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The Simplicity & Beauty of Dynamic Symmetry – Visual Glossary

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Artwork by Jay Hambidge

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“Instinctive art without mental control is bound to fail” Jay Hambidge.

Before we go any further, I think we should cover where we are getting the term dynamic symmetry and how the armature of our rectangle was built. I would call Jay Hambidge the grandfather of dynamic symmetry. He writes a book that covers it in great detail…though he doesn’t show how it relates to art. That’s where the Canon of Design comes into play.

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