GALLERY 2 - ABSTRACT & MATHEMATICAL


(2-2) Hexagram
Eric Solomon

An (m-n) solution has m regions
of one color and n of the other.
This is the only (2-2) solution
known. There is no (1-1) solution
(see proof.html), but there
may be a (1-n) solution for n>1.
Spiral
Duncan Jones

A (3-3) solution.
Plane tiler
Andrea Gilbert

Andrea has found a
solution with matched
opposing edges which
therefore tiles the plane
as indicated on the right.
Plane tiling
Andrea Gilbert

Part of the infinite tiling.
(2-3) Hexagram
Eric Solomon

This, and Duncan Jones's Spiral (above), have the
largest region of a single
color so far found.
Symmetrical dark shadows
Jose Ruperez
Circles
Graham Downes

An elegant antisymmetric solution
showing, or suggesting,
ten circles.
Concave, Convex
Duncan Jones

8-Spot
Kate Jones

An antisymmetric solution with eight regions of each colour. The most fragmented hexagram reported.
Half and Half
Kate Jones



LINKS

Gallery 1 - Animals
Gallery 3 - Humorous
Gallery 4 - Thematic
1-1 Hexagram Proof
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