All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
John 1:3 KJB
With more than 4 decades handling prehistoric art and artifacts from all over the world, I have witnessed Stone-Age Man's aptitude for fashioning tools, ornaments and vessels out of the magnificent materials he found in nature.
He utilized the beauty of God’s creation to enhance the work of his own hands.
The created honored The Creator...
The Collections consist of macro photographic images of Prehistoric Artifacts arranged and cropped to feature the abstract beauty of the materials, as well as a hint of the type and style of the artifact.
The images are set on a black background, cropped square and
offered framed under glass as singles or sets from 3 distinct collections.
Two standard sizes and availability in Full Color or Black & White provide endless innovative design possibilities for simple accents or larger layouts to make a bold statement in your space.
Creation Squared Identity
Our logo concept incorporates the elements of The Golden Ratio, (also known as the Fibonacci Mathematical Sequence) that is found everywhere throughout nature, art and science. From the complexity of flowers to shells of the oceans; from vast galactic movements in our universe to the storms that rage across our planet, to the structure of our own DNA, there is no escaping the ratio that begins with an arc within a square and tangents to an adjacent square that is .618 it’s size, creating the spiral.
Many believe it is the fingerprint of God;
the signature of His handiwork.
Part of the Logo is
“Outside the Box”
presentation of the
art & concept.
Basic Earth Tones
The Logo is tilted about 22 degrees to offset “squared” and mimic the tilt-cropped aspects in the photography as well
as the approximate tilt of the Earth’s Axis.
The debate continues regarding the Golden Ratio.
Was Fibonacci on to something? Is it all just coincidence?
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