Fractal Heather Blue Raglan Sweatshirt

Elevate your casual wardrobe with the Fractal Heather Blue Sweatshirt. Textured fabric meets geometric fractal embroidery in this unique piece, offering both tactile and visual intrigue. Crafted from organic cotton and recycled materials, this sweatshirt brings together comfort and intricate design
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  • Medium Fit - Cut a little more fitted
  • See size chart linked above for specific measurements
  • 300 GSM french terry fabric
  • 85% Organic Cotton, 15% Recycled Polyester (GOTS Certified)
  • Designed and finished in London, UK
  • Made in Dhaka, Bangladesh in Fairwear Foundation certified supply chain

The Fractal design is a captivating depiction of a branching structure, created through a simple iterated process known as a Lindenmayer system. This design speaks to the beauty and complexity of fractals, which have fascinated mathematicians and artists alike for centuries. The fractal structures seen in nature are often created by algorithmic processes similar to those used in this Fractal design, making this design a true tribute to the messy complexities of the natural world

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Fractal is a visually captivating design that depicts a branching fractal structure. Created using a simple iterated process, this design is based on a Lindenmayer system that utilizes recursive rules to generate intricate, self-similar patterns. Fractals have a rich history, dating back to the work of mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot in the 1970s. These complex and beautiful structures can be found in a wide range of natural phenomena, from the branching of trees to the shape of coastlines.

The appeal of fractals lies in their ability to capture the messy complexities of nature through simple mathematical rules. As a result, fractals have found numerous applications in fields ranging from computer graphics to biology. By generating patterns that are both infinitely complex and self-similar, fractals offer a unique glimpse into the underlying structures of the world around us. The Fractal design is a stunning example of this, offering a subtle yet powerful reminder of the beauty and complexity of the natural world.