Space Junk

Geometry and the Stuff of LifeGeometry. Geometry, a branch of mathematics, is the language of design. Without it our tall chrome and glass skyscrapers, our planes and cars, our homes and furnishings would not exist. Those little things, those nuts and bolts, screws, and washers, that hold our big things together exist thanks to geometry. In fact, the stuff that holds our stuff together are often, themselves, geometric shapes. They may be circles or squares,  rectangles or hexagons. They may be cubes, or cones, or cylinders, or spirals. What would happen if they were all set free to roam our galaxy as tiny space capsules?

Space Junkis a fanciful look at at some of these mundane, everyday fasteners that cobble our stuff together that have been set free to orbit the universe of my imagination.

Be sure to see how other great minds see geometry.

Ron Mayhew

Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography.

This Post Has 17 Comments

    1. Thanks. Its fun to get a little carried away occasionally.

        1. Lately, creativity demands more time than I can give it. 🙁

          1. Yes, I understand from Lynne – but what little time you can give it will be worthwhile. Thinking of you both – and your poor mother 🙂

    1. Thank you Connie and thanks for visiting.

  1. Amazing! Now how did you get that floating in space effect? 🙂

    1. Thanks Madhu. In Photoshop each object is on its own layer and can be manipulated individually – can be re-sized, moved, etc.

  2. Love the mixture of objects. 😉

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