TILES - Fractal Styles
Another fractal style I would like to introduce to everyone is called - 'Tiles' >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tile
What does the term mean? Tiles are described very well in our surroundings - a uniform shape, can be square, round, hexagonal or
even free-formed. By assembling singular pieces with many others you will see the overall pattern. The best examples of
tiles we encounter every single day are just under our nose - in the kitchen the back-splash or even wall cladded designs.
Bathrooms, floor patterns, ceiling patterns, cobble stone on the street, shingles on roofs and many other styles some
of them historical and quite beautiful in it's intricacy.
Tiles have been around for as long as we humans started building structures. The egyptian pyramids are covered by carefully
measured tiles. The Aztec pyramids are made of whole blocks, stacked and used like big lego pieces.
Tiles were used as decorative motives from ve