How Algebra Can Be Fun When Used In Street Art

How Algebra Can Be Fun When Used In Street Art

Urban art with a dash of geekery is almost always the formula for success, as street artist Aakash Nihalani proves once again with his new project.

You might know about his previous work, Tape Art, where Nihalani used just some neon tape to create amazing outdoor 3D illusions. Clearly fascinated with basic geometrical shapes and algebra, he is back with yet another simple but effective concept – Mathematical Street Art. Nihalani printed out large symbols for basic mathematical operations such as addition or subtraction and created math formulas by cleverly placing them next to a group of similar objects he found in the streets.

This is probably one of these moments when you think to yourself – I could’ve though of this first! Nihalani doesn’t offer anything revolutionary or complex, but his street art will surely bring out a smile on the face of a passer-by, and when not provoking, art should definitely be amusing.

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