The grid presented is known as a logarithmic spiral, a common structure in nature for growth, both in flora and fauna. The geometry allows perpetuation to infinite as well as to the centre. The 60 leaves of the flower, all homogeneously subdivided in six segments, correspond to the hexagonal structure of the stars. Again, all leaves are different and arranged in perfect choreography: all segments in one colour, by a third turn in either direction, change colour but remain precisely congruent, even perpetuated to infinity.

Flower, 2013
three-colour metal foil print on embossed cardboard, 70 × 100 cm