The Art of Justin Mullins – Beautiful Equations

Wednesday 1 February 2006 at 12:46 pm | In Articles | 1 Comment

Justin Mullins frames beautiful equations – you can see them on his site www.justinmullins.com and in his exhibition in Highgate in London from now until 12th February. No prizes for guessing which equation takes pride of place!

The Guardian reports this exhibition at Mathematician defines beauty in new exhibition.

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  1. Some of these aren’t really what I would call “equations”…more like identities or definitions. And shouldn’t the wave equation be on his list? I guess Maxwell’s equations technically contain the wave equation, but I find the wave equation more beautiful.

    Comment by Nick — Thursday 9 February 2006 4:23 pm #

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