Richard Elwes has a fun blog post this morning: Dürer, rhinos, and snowflakes. The post is primarily about the art and mathematics of Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) but also includes some related links to recent writings, such as Michael Croucher’s blog post on snowflakes.
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He lived for 257 years (1471-1728) ?
Oops! Thanks for letting me know about the typo.
The 500 th anniversary of Durer’s 1514 magic square approaches. Check out the 14 x 14 magic square tribute on the Associative Magic Square wiki.