Math Explorer Club
Abstract:The Dutch artist M. C. Escher is known for his repeating patterns of interlocking motifs, tessellations of the Euclidean and the hyperbolic plane and his drawing representing impossible figures.
Without having any mathematical knowledge, he managed to represent many mathematical concepts belonging to nonEuclidean geometry and many of his drawings are used by mathematicians to illustrate examples.
We will present here both his work and the mathematics behind it. 
SelfPortrait 1929 Lithograph 
