Golden ratio

Golden ratio

Golden Ratio

The Golden Ratio is a general mathematical ratio found in nature that can be used to create pleasing, organic-looking compositions in your design, projects or artwork. It is also known as the Golden Mean, the Golden Section or the Greek letter phi. Whether you are a graphic designer, illustrator or digital artist, Golden Ratio can be used to bring harmony and structure to your projects.

What is the Golden Ratio?

Closely related to the Fibonacci sequence, the Golden Ratio describes the perfectly symmetric relationship between the two ratios.
The Golden Ratio can be illustrated using a Golden Rectangle, approximately equal to a ratio 1: 1.618. This is a rectangle where if you cut a square (the side equal to the smallest side of the rectangle), the rectangle left will have the same ratio as the original rectangle.

A Golden Rectangle

If you remove the left-hand square from the above rectangle, you will be left with another smaller golden rectangle. It can continue infinitely. Likewise, adding a square equal to the length of the longest side of the rectangle quickly brings you closer to a Golden Rectangle and a Golden Ratio.

A Golden Spiral

Plotting relationships on a large scale is known as a golden spiral. It occurs naturally in the natural world.
It is used to make golden spirals, followed by golden circles.


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