**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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