Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Falling Square Dimension Maze by Yonatan Frimer - Maze Artist

A unison of squares one inside the other in a climbing pattern combined with the analogise of an elaborate labyrinth but it is actually a maze. The entrance for those pursuant of an attempt to solve it would be in the corner of the above portions of the left side and the hence aforementioned exit would be considered those outward pointing arrows that occupy the lower right quadrant corner, ejecting the solvents from the maze and expunging them back into the world. The maze is a bunch of squares piled one on top of the other, and then two slightly overlapping squares with somewhat thin parameters that create an alternating pattern at their borders. This creates the optical illusion aspects of this drawing, while the maze aspect forces the viewer to further stare at the creation in an effort to solve the puzzle that is the maze. FUN FACT: The maze is composed of two black shapes upon a white background. The fact that they don't touch is what makes it solvable. The maze could be created out of two pieces of metal cut to the above shape, and then mounted to a steel frame. As long as some kid doesn't bend it with his jump kick, then it could be a nice sculpture addition for a park. These are topics that city-councils should be discussing at their luncheons, rather than what ever it is they do talk about at those things.

Can't solve this maze, you can find the solution to this maze and the next maze, the Hurts the Eyes maze in the Next Maze...

For the solution to the previous maze, the Energetic Egg Maze, please see below

The Energetic Egg Maze Solution: