A beautiful fractal project

In last month’s post about our Fractal Fair, I made the following promise:

Stay tuned for a post on one project in particular, a spectacular children’s book on fractals.

So here’s the follow-up, or at least a preliminary follow-up. I still haven’t figured out the ideal way to take pictures of the eighteen 11″-by-14″ hand-drawn and hand-lettered pages of The Fractal Adventure, written and drawn by my students Anna, Ali, and Eye. The pages are too big for my scanner, and I suspect that I need stronger ambient light in order to take high-quality digital photos of them. For the moment, though, here are a couple of less-than-ideal images of pages 4 and 5, so you can at least get the idea:


Categories: Math, Teaching & Learning, Weston