with traditional techniques and the belief that the tools we use for even mundane tasks
should look beautiful and feel good in the hand.
Spalt and Figure...
There is still no consensus on the mechanisms behind the illusion of sloping mortar lines and wedged shaped tiles in the Café Wall Illusion. On one leading theory, McCourt’s (1983) Brightness Induction Model, the illusion is produced in several stages. In the first stage, lateral inhibition in retinal ganglion cells