Geometric Splendour series

Geometric: 1620–30; < Latin geōmetricus < Greek geōmetrikós, equivalent to geométr(ēs) (see geometer) + -ikos -ic

Splendour: 1400–50; < Latin splendor, equivalent to splend(ēre) to shine + -or -or1; replacing late Middle English splendure < Anglo-French < Latin, Also especially British, splen·dour.

The Geometric Splendour series of Allan Banford presents the magnificent precision of Geometry as the branch of mathematics that studies the sizes, positions, angles and dimensions of tangible objects, our world is defined by space and spatial relationships of geometric elements around us, graphically executed imposing the pomp and grandeur of these outstanding shapes.

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