Math is an inevitable part of human existence. Numbers seem inescapable and educators always push toward studying those relationships to expand mental horizons and help logical thinking patterns to flow through the minds of as many people as possible. This math is cleverly yet subconsciously transferred into art and other digital images that may be found on our very own world wide web.
When patterns are laid out in specific ways or if certain areas of a pattern are missing, our eyes deceive our minds as they cannot see what is truly there but instead the mind tries to fill in the voids which creates illusions. In these particular examples, the illusions translate to patterned movements throughout the images. This is a type of logical and mathematical thinking that requires no conscious efforts or equations, which may be considered a wonderful thing for those struggling through their required math classes.
The pure and creative mystery of math lies in the simple wonderment one finds upon oneself as they stare at these images. They were designed shrewdly for the pure purpose of creating movement and illusion through the mind's mathematical ways of thinking. Patterns are clearly shown with each image and quantitative data may be taken.
The eyes continuously scan and record these images while the mind searches to find the relationships within each and as it does so, the eyes almost become a toy to the images as they begin to morph non-stop. A physical phenomenon between the mind and eyes occurs as these images are viewed, and by observing these images one can actually feel the phenomenon occur, as thus is the connection between design and math.