M.C. Escher designs his transformation print 'Metamorphosis III' for post office in The Hague, unveiled Feb 20, 1969. It is wide enough to cover all the walls in a room, and then loop back onto itself.
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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
principles: impossible constructions,
explorations of infinity, architecture,
and tessellations, mosaics of repetitive
designs in which positive and negative
images interconnect and sometimes blend
into one another.