Sites in French: : THE essential french site about Escher, recently refurbished. Pay attention to the new link. An exciting place developed by a passionate : François Loup. : Come to the country of magical mathematics, mischievous and.very serious of Thérèse Eveilleau. : Games and Mathematics of Jean-Paul Davalan. : Free online courses of mathematics, applied mathematics and computing (high school level). : Magic and Ambigrams of Julien David.

Sites in English: : Reviews, methods, Escher, essays and a lot of articles. The very informative site of David Bailey. : The tiles of Dave Smith who discovered the mythical aperiodic tile, nicknamed the EinStein, sought after for 50 years by tessellators around the world. : One of the two main sites dealing with tessellations. All aspects of tessellations and their history. Galleries and workshops. : Tessellation World of Makoto Nakamura, a really great "tiler" artist. : Periodic and non-periodic tilings, the inventive art of John A.L. Osborn. : Marvellous Mathematical Imagery by Joe Leys. His Escher flavoured pages. Where we find impossible geometry, tessellations, circular limits and even the Droste effect. : Wooden puzzles with artwork from masters of mathematical art from around the world. Beautiful and particularly inventive puzzles. : The Official M.C.Escher Website, published by the M.C. Escher Foundation and the M.C. Escher Company B.V. : Stories, discuss M.C. Escher's works, provide insight, and offer our high quality products promoting the intriguing work of Escher. : Designer of visual thinking puzzles for web and print. : Tessellation Database. Over 400 tessellations, 46 artists. The best site about the tessellation artists. : A marvellous source for all those who take an interest in geometric curiosities. : The site of an esthete of the writing. : The new ambigram online magazine of Kai Hammond.

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