Snakes. Hyperbolic space and the idea of infinity can be seen in his woodcut "Snakes". It depicts a disc made up of interlocking circles which grow progressively smaller towards the center. There are three snakes laced through the edge of the disc.
Maurits Cornelis Escher (1897-1972), was a Dutch
graphic artist known for his unique and fascinating works of art that
explore and exhibit a wide range of mathematical ideas and geometric
constructions, explorations of infinity, architecture, and tessellations, mosaics of repetitive designs in which positive and
negative images interconnect and sometimes blend into one another.