Of course someone applied the Fibonacci sequence to celebrity faces

You've done it again, internet

Christopher Hooton
Tuesday 02 June 2015 16:51
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There are a lot of things you could choose to do with your day, but Moscow-based designer Igor Kkk decided to Fibonacci the face of Nicolas cage.

The result is a sort-of MC Escher version of Cage, in which he is losing his features more rapidly than he's been losing his shit on screen for the past 20 odd years.

Igor didn't stop there either. Leonardo Fibonacci would be so proud.

Sylvester Stallone

Jack Nicholson

Bryan Cranston

Connected to the Golden Ratio, the Fibonacci sequence is a set of numbers the pattern of which are found in a variety of places, from the flowers of an artichoke to the shape of entire galaxies.

Though it sadly no longer exists, YouTube previously hid an Easter Egg revolving around the sequence, which displayed the results when you searched for 'Fibonacci' in its unfolding pattern.

@christophhooton

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