An exhibition mapping current trends in Czech jewellery can be seen at the Czech Centre Prague from the 2nd until the 30th of June. The exhibition will later travel through ten European cities before transferring overseas towards the end of the year.
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A jewel for the Handmade Dreams exhibition
The Fractal Dream collection includes a multicoloured set in geometric shapes. Glass stones in pastel colours are combined with white leather and gold to make up a perfect piece.
Fractals and fractal dimension definition
Even though the term fractal geometry has been known since the 1970s, no simple definition exists. Professional literature can provide a number of different definitions, depending on a point of view. Most definitions describe fractals as a set of geometric motifs which create a repeating pattern that displays at every scale.
Fractals can be defined as endless contoured shapes. On the other hand, examples of smooth geometric shapes are Euclidean shapes and bodies such as a line, a square, a cube or a sphere.