Escher style Geometry Art from J. R. Masterman's 9th grade geometry class

Creepy clowns tessellate in this first-time tessellation by a 9th grade child
creepy clown tessellation art by a geometry student

SCARY CLOWN by Tiffany



Seriously, this creepy clownface is going to give me nightmares.

It's a proper tessellation, though: the "tiles" (shapes) repeat perfectly, without gaps or overlaps. The contrasting colors of adjacentn tiles lets you know clearly where one tile ends and the next one begins. Interestingly, S. R. has chosen to only emphasize half of the tiles, an unusual technique which works rather well.

To make this very original tessellation, S. R. used my tracing paper tessellation technique lesson.