Julia Fractal Pin


The Julia set fractal is named for Gaston Julia, the early 20th-century mathematician that discovered complex dynamics, some of the math used in fractals, shapes Benoit Mandelbrot termed in 1975. All fractals exhibit the same shape as a whole as an individual part does, a property called “self-similarity.” A tree is the simplest example. A branch looks like a tree, and the tree looks like a branch. The Julia set fractal shown here would technically be an infinitely long line, but we reduced its complexity just enough to render the image in two pieces of wood, meticulously joined. We offer these in a variety of wood pairings, mostly reclaimed.

Thickness: 1/4″
Dimension: 1.75″ x .75″
Finding: Rubber Backed Pin

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