Fractal structures and self-similar forms in the artwork of Salvador Dalí

@inproceedings{Sawomirski2013FractalSA,
  title={Fractal structures and self-similar forms in the artwork of Salvador Dal{\'i}},
  author={Mariusz R. Sławomirski},
  year={2013}
}
In the paper the author discusses fractal and self-similar forms encountered in various historic and modern branches of art. The idea of fractal forms and their properties have briefl y been discussed. A number of ‘non-typical’ sets (Cantor set, Fig. 2, twoand three-dimensional Cantor dust, Figs. 3, 4, Sierpinski triangle, Fig. 10), semi-natural shapes (Barnsley fern, Fig. 1, lion male mane, Fig. 6), and natural shapes (silver fi r, Fig. 5) have been presented as typical fractals shapes. The… CONTINUE READING

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