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Transformation de carrés concentriques (ref. 76A) (1976), by Vera Molnár, which looks like a line drawing of nested concentric squares, except that several chunks of the lines are jagged and run into the other lines
Transformation de carrés concentriques (ref. 76A) (1976), by Vera Molnár

1) 🖋️ Behold the work of Vera Molnár, computational-art pioneer from the 1960s

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