Spiraling Out of Control

I wanted to collect all of my spiral art on my blog.

Here is the document I used (spiralled numbers 1 – 1024)


Here’s the google doc: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6QZoh9vKRK4Qm5DVkowTnRlYXM/view?usp=sharing

And here is what I’ve created so far.  Enjoy!

Link to Google Photos Album: https://goo.gl/photos/CzAQU8Q4AhRoBMBLA

0601161833e 0601161833d 0601161833c 0601161833b 0601161833a 0601161833 0601161833(1) 0601161832a 0601161832 0601161831g 0601161831f 0601161831e 0601161831d 0601161831c 0601161831b 0601161831a 0601161831 0601161829c 0601161829b 0601161829a 0601161829 0601161828b 0601161828a 0601161828 0601161827e 0601161827d 0601161827b 0601161827b(1) 0601161827a 0601161827 0601161826g 0601161826f 0601161826e 0601161826d 0601161826c 0601161826b 0601161826a 0601161826 0601161825g 0601161825f 0601161825e 0601161825e(1)

Next up:  Hexagon grid spirals.


Some wonderful people on twitter have made these into pretty neat computerized visuals.  Here are some of my favorites:

John Golden:


GHS Mathematics Department:

Dan Anderson:




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