Pumphrey's Math

Patterns, everywhere

Faking a Jackson Pollock – The End Result

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Our attempt at faking a Jackson Pollock

I was so proud I had it framed. My summer school’s attempt at faking a Jackson Pollock was a great success. I don’t think we are going to make millions anytime soon, but more importantly a bunch of young people now know that the world can be viewed through the glasses of fractal geometry

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Author: PumphreysMath

A British Math(s) Teacher now living in Indianapolis, USA, aiming to show my students how questions are often more important than answers. Presenter of the MathEd Out Podcast and contributor for the Guardian Teacher Network.

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