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  • v. Present participle of tessellate.

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Examples

  • Mr. Danella began his painting career creating Paul Klee-inspired abstractions, including the small, substantial figurative gouache "Nail Biter" (1955) and the ambitious, tessellating "magic square" painting "Sunday Afternoon" (1951).

    Playing With Sand, Wind and Fire

  • Building on Paul Cézanne's late work, Braque's tessellating Cubist forms and close colors shimmer, dismantling, dissolving and reconfiguring the perceived world.

    A Modern Movement Unto Himself

  • Even fourth graders could construct impressive tessellating shapes from paper squares and rectangles regular polygons by cutting out a piece and sliding it directly to the opposite side.

    Fibonacci Patterns

  • That cut and taped paper was then used as a tracing template to create an interlocking tessellating pattern.

    Fibonacci Patterns

  • Filed under: Knitting — Anna @ 4: 06 pm. .which is making me dizzy with desire to knit the tessellating fish!

    I have this thing for the sea… « Knit-Write

  • Legal Karen is sitting right there at her side, tessellating with her, learning about glottal stops with her, breathing out with her as they try to say go away without the fricative bump in the middle.

    Absolute Friends

  • While tessellation in current DX11 games is limited to certain situations (for example in Dirt 2 tessellation is applied to the crowds watching the races as well as the water), it will become more and more common to apply these effects in future games once tessellating hardware becomes more prevalent.

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  • With British t-shirt company T-Book's tessellating expressions of love and the German Puma designer Peter Schmid's high and low-tops, these may be the most romantic kicks out there.

    Cool Hunting

  • The way Carolyn Mark and Megan Boddy's harmonies leap and skitter, the tessellating guitar tones, the way Mercer mixes his organ so low it resembles spoiled, bubbling milk: this is how Mercer ties a tide to his music, how he can force a simple beat and its shadow to carry an entire suite of songs by prenatal sentiment alone.

    Cokemachineglow.com

  • (09 November 2006) - With British t-shirt company T-Book's tessellating expressions of love and the German Puma designer Peter Schmid's high and low-tops, these may be the most romantic kicks out there.

    Cool Hunting

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