1+1 equals art

I don’t think I need to tell you that math is everywhere. Without geometry, you wouldn’t be able to put your car in a parking space without angry stares. Without addition, you wouldn’t be able to know how much more your recent paycheck is making you richer. And I don’t even need to mention what you couldn’t do without the knowledge of simple fractions.

You wouldn't get an equal portion of my famous macaroni-and-cheese casserole, and you'd be miserable. MISERABLE.

Math can create some wonderful things, and art is no exception. Maryland Institute College of Art student Jordan Sondler uses shapes—whether conventionally or slightly bent—to make illustrations, sketches and doodles. She also writes in cute, block print handwriting to write quirky little captions and text. (All pictures courtesy of http://jordansondler.blogspot.com)

The beautiful Adele, in shapes.

I hope her illustrations soon pops up on T-shirts, bags and the like. Jordan has got some unique talent going on that could work for apparel design. She has things to say with geometrically fun text, and it needs to be shown to more of the world.

Seriously. The girl speaks truth. I want these shapes on a T-shirt.

I hope her illustrations soon become designs on T-shirts, bags and the like. Jordan has got some unique talent going on that could work for apparel design. She has things to say with geometrically fun text, and it needs to be shown to more of the world.

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