+$Symmetry can really bring a piece of design to life. Whether it's an ambigraph or straightforward symmetrical execution, these illustrations are pretty wonderful when it comes to being a copy-cat. Take a look at the beautiful use of symmetry as part or all of their design for some reflective inspiration.
+$01. Sam Spreckley
+$Originally created as a two screen video installation for Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee,+$Sam Spreckley+$'s Oil and Water is a product of life pressures and an interest in science and experimentation, specifically biology and cell structures. By filming oil mixed with water and then mirroring the results and adding a mixture of machine, electronic and organic sound, Spreckley creates a symmetrical and abstract machine-like structure in which technology and nature come together in an exploration of force and pressure.
+$02. Anila Quayyum Agha
+$Inspired by the intricate几何图案+$of Islamic art, Anila Quayyum Agha's+$Intersections+$is an installation consisting of a laser-cut wooden cube with a light bulb inside it, which projects the cube's symmetrical patterns onto the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor.
+$03. Mags Ocampo
+$This cubist self portrait of Philippines based illustrator+$Mags Ocampo+$is as beautiful as they come when it comes to incorporating symmetry into the design. Created as part of her graphic design homework, we think it's truly a work of art.
+$"In January 2012, I began to create a minimal geometric composition each day and post it on a tumblr blog called+$Geometry Daily+$," Explains Artist+$Tilman+$. "After 500 posts this little art project gathered an impressive audience." Take a look at the video above for a tiny snippet of the world of Geometry Daily.
+$05. Ayano Ueshima
+$"Based on a module form consisting of 10 Q-tips, the result is a neckpiece that was systematically assembled to embody the symmetrical form of the human body. Approximately one thousand Q-tips were assembled together," explains designer+$Ayano Ueshima。
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