# Weightlifter tessellation

This tessellation inspired by a nephew. A weightlifter. Isn’t he a nice guy? Sharing his weights with the Dude next to him. Good gym etiquette. He can squat 550 lbs, just for fun. Depending if you are looking at the one right side up, or upside down, they all share the same bar.  Continue reading

# Sasquatch tessellation

Sasquatch, a.k.a. Bigfoot, Yeti, Aah yik ii. Sasquatch is a local dude here on the West Coast. The hill just south of here has been unofficially renamed Sasquatch Hill in honour of the entertaining stories we have heard in these parts. Continue reading

# Panther Tessellation — Symétruc panthère

A challenge to help my Nephew understand the basic rules of tessellations for a math class. Wish I had been fortunate enough to get an opportunity like this when I was a teen. La leçon est en français à part de ça! Continue reading

# Which symmetry group to use?

Deciding which symmetry group to use for a specific design can be hit and miss. And try again. You can narrow it down Continue reading

# Symmetry Group Pmg

Are we ready for another creative brain gym session? These Pmg tessellations are built around one mirror, and two rotation points. There are also two indirectly implied glide reflections as a result mostly of the two way rotations. Continue reading