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Shek Kip Mei Estate, Hong Kong by Mike

Peeling ahead of the competition in our Pattern Remix design challenge, “Tropical Fleur” by Fernando Degrossi is currently one of the challenge’s highest scoring submissions!

Artists, you still have one week left to submit!

Valentine’s Day is quite close and I thought I could give some of you some ideas for presents. Even though mathematicians are not into this celebration, I can assure you that if you know what gift to take they will be as excited as everyone else. You might think that a math related gift might be to much, but I assure you we love it a lot. So here are some suggestions which might work quite good:

1. Cards: these don’t have to be bought and most of the time it is quite hard to find some that represent exactly what you want, but just take a piece of paper and some colorful pencils or pens and write what ever you have in your mind, but don’t forget to put just a drop of mathematics in it. Here are some of my favorite ideas:

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Here are some cards I have made these days:

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2. T-shirts: if you believe that a card is not enough and you want something a little more different, a t-shirt could be the best idea. Here are some great ideas of T-shirts and a hoodie idea for those that live in countries where T-shirts for Valentine’s Day is not appropriate (click the image if you want to see how you could buy them) :

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There could other ideas, such as books or cups, plates, etc; but I thought this is enough as a list of ideas. For me something minimal is better than a lot of things. Personal I would love to receive just a small card ^_^ Anyway, hope you will have a great Valentine’s Day full of mathematics and love.

Have a great day. You can find me on Facebook,  Tumblr,  Google+,  Twitter,  Instagram  and  WeHeartIt. I will try to post there as often as possible.

Don’t forget that maths is everywhere! Enjoy! ~LThMath~

Valentine’s Day for Mathematicians Valentine’s Day is quite close and I thought I could give some of you some ideas for presents.