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    Reptiles shows a desk on which is a 2D drawing of a mosaic pattern of reptiles and hexagons, Escher's Regular Division of the Plane from 1939.The reptiles on one edge of the drawing emerge into three-dimensional reality, come to life and seem to crawl over a series of symbolic objects before finally rejoining the drawing on the opposite edge. Other items on the desk include a potted cactus and yucca, a ceramic bottle with a cork stopper next to a small glass of liquid, a booklet of JOB cigarette papers, and an open, multi-page handwritten notebook. Although only the size of small lizards, the reptiles have excellent crocodile-like canine teeth.

    Once a woman called Escher and told him that she thought the picture was a "striking illustration of reincarnation."

Reptiles shows a desk on which is a 2D drawing of a mosaic pattern of reptiles and hexagons, Escher's Regular Division of the Plane from 1939.The reptiles on one edge of the drawing emerge into three-dimensional reality, come to life and seem to crawl over a series of symbolic objects before finally rejoining the drawing on the opposite edge. Other items on the desk include a potted cactus and yucca, a ceramic bottle with a cork stopper next to a small glass of liquid, a booklet of JOB cigarette papers, and an open, multi-page handwritten notebook. Although only the size of small lizards, the reptiles have excellent crocodile-like canine teeth.

Once a woman called Escher and told him that she thought the picture was a "striking illustration of reincarnation."

Escher puzzle Reptiles

Puzzle Reptiles from MC Escher puzzle 1000 pieces and poster in the box. 68 x 48.5 cm
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    Reptiles shows a desk on which is a 2D drawing of a mosaic pattern of reptiles and hexagons, Escher's Regular Division of the Plane from 1939.The reptiles on one edge of the drawing emerge into three-dimensional reality, come to life and seem to crawl over a series of symbolic objects before finally rejoining the drawing on the opposite edge. Other items on the desk include a potted cactus and yucca, a ceramic bottle with a cork stopper next to a small glass of liquid, a booklet of JOB cigarette papers, and an open, multi-page handwritten notebook. Although only the size of small lizards, the reptiles have excellent crocodile-like canine teeth.

    Once a woman called Escher and told him that she thought the picture was a "striking illustration of reincarnation."

Reptiles shows a desk on which is a 2D drawing of a mosaic pattern of reptiles and hexagons, Escher's Regular Division of the Plane from 1939.The reptiles on one edge of the drawing emerge into three-dimensional reality, come to life and seem to crawl over a series of symbolic objects before finally rejoining the drawing on the opposite edge. Other items on the desk include a potted cactus and yucca, a ceramic bottle with a cork stopper next to a small glass of liquid, a booklet of JOB cigarette papers, and an open, multi-page handwritten notebook. Although only the size of small lizards, the reptiles have excellent crocodile-like canine teeth.

Once a woman called Escher and told him that she thought the picture was a "striking illustration of reincarnation."

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