This collection created by Sylvain is inspired by the famous suite of numbers imagined by the mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci. It was created in 1202 following a recreative exercise that describes the growth of a rabbit population!

The sequence is expressed in mathematic terms where the number at position N is the sum of the number at position N-1 plus the number at the position N-2... It starts with 0, 1 which gives us 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, etc.  Enough maths, let's dive into art and nature!

Since then, observers have seen that nature and art have reflected the proportions and characteristics expressed by the suite.  Whether is the Parthenon, the seeds of a sunflower, the proportions of the Mona Lisa or those of the man of Vitruve.

Closer to us, Francois and I have used the Fibonacci sequence in various applications such as estimating effort and other such technological applications!