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triangles in the wild

triangles in the wild

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This geometric photo series knows how to tickle that anally retentive part of the brain.

There’s something very satisfying about stacking books in ascending height order, drawing a perfectly round circle and arranging your DVD collection by colour. It tickles that same anally retentive part of the brain as Gabriel Kang’s geometric photo series, which finds a calming consistency in naturally occurring triangles in the wild. From floor tiles to Lego blocks and building skylights, more right angles are waiting for you over here.