Gestalt Principles and Dynamic Symmetry

Jay Hambidge tells us in the Preface to Elements of Dynamic Symmetry that dynamic symmetry is not a ‘short cut’ to creativity and that mere mechanics are no substitute for thinking. Studying and understanding the working of this natural design methodology opens the mind for creation, and enables us to actualize ideas that otherwise dissipate in indecision.

Source: Gestalt Principles and Dynamic Symmetry

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