The black square problem

Bold

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Tension

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Increase

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Playful

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Order

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Congested

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4 thoughts on “The black square problem

  1. All of these solve the problem wonderfully, especially the “tension” and “congested” pieces. Those two are definitely my favorite solutions! The placement of the angles in the “tension” piece make it feel like one large square was pulled apart with great force. The “congested” piece does look very congested at the bottom, there’s virtually no movement except for the little square. It’s interesting but I think because of that little square the idea could work for both pieces, it feels like it could tumble down the larger square at any moment.

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