Latest News & Updates
- 23 October, 2012 We have a new ambigram in the non-tessellation Escher-style art gallery.
This one is a very simple ambigram of the word "Ohio".
- 20 September, 2012 As promised in 2011, we now have a dreidel tessellation that fits in nicely alongside our menorah tessellation art.
- 20 June, 2012 Areolfos of deviantArt.com did an oustanding dragon tessellation, and shares it with us.
- 17 June, 2012 Four ambigrams join the art in my non-tessellation gallery. Although M. C. Escher never did ambigrams, and most ambigrams are not tessellations, I think this kind of art belongs in www.Tessellations.org, which is allllllll about Escher-style symmetry art.
- 15 June, 2012 Alfred Meyers III, shows us his tessellation of elephants and of dragons.
- 14 June, 2012 Danger!Awesome, a new woodcarving shop in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
is carving lovely, inexpensive versions of classic M. C. Escher tessellations in laser-carved wood.
- 10 June, 2012 I turned a pair of Thai toys woven from long grass into angelfish theme tessellation art.
- 27 May, 2012 Carlos Cortes of Mexico, age 20, sent in his very first tessellation art. It contains a clever pirate motif. Mr. Cortes drew it in Corel Draw® using our Line Method 1 for 'how to make tessellations'.
- 24 May, 2012 Zaneis Elementary School of Wilson, Oklahoma proudly displays its make-your-own Escher-style tessellation art in our newest guest school gallery ...just before going on Summer Vacation, and probably forgetting allll about us... *snif-snif*. Or maybe those kids will spend their summers honing their art skillz???.
- 22 May, 2012 Honey Elementary School of Lubbock, Texas shows off its Escher-style tessellation art in our newest guest school gallery.
- 20 May, 2012 I've opened up a new gallery, non-tessellation Escher style art that shows trick perspective, and will later also show ambigrams, warped perspective, and hyperrealism.
- 22 April, 2012 I made a little tessellation of ducks landing.
- 21 April, 2012 Ms. Suzette Mitchell's 7th grade gifted math class in Coosa Middle School, Rome, Georgia, in the U.S.A. made some fun Escher-style tessellation art. Check 'em out, then make a tessellation yourself!
- 23 March, 2012 Welcome Chilean tessellation artist Claudio Fernando Ramirez Lagos of Chile. Enjoy his colorful, vibrant, cartoony tessellations of cats, fish, seahorses and turtles.
- 22 March, 2012 A one-of-a-kind review: Explaining why you should avoid tessellation artist and writer
David Bailey. This poison pen review uses rough language and is therefore not suitable for kids,
but I hope teachers and other adults will read it and take its message to heart.
- 13 March, 2012 Many thanks to 8th grade math teacher Tammy Rahn, who wrote and asked me to fix the broken menu link to our large Tessellation Animation gallery. D'oh! I wonder how many weeks it lay there broken, frustrating you visitors while I remained unaware of the problem. The fix was just a few taps on the keyboard, so PLEASE, if you see something on this site that doesn't work, or should be better, let me know!
- 12 March, 2012 Artist Bruce Bilney's gallery has been expanded from just 1 to about 15 fun tessellating patterns.
- 20 February, 2012 A wooden puzzle with an elephant theme comes to us from Kevin Lee, who carved it with a laser cutter, based on Bruce Bilney's design.
- 6 January, 2012 We now have two more tessellations from pro designer A J Alper. This time, A J has done a Cats and Dogs Tessellation and a Frogs and Fishes Theme Tessellation.
- 21 December, 2011 Professional designer A J Alper shows us his tessellation art, first with a seahorse motif and then with an interlocking shark theme.
- 18 December, 2011 The banners at the tops of Tessellations.org pages are now animated. Love it? Hate it? Is it too distracting during class, teachers? Tell me. You can turn the animation on and off by passing your mouse (cursor) over it. The default start state is "yes, animate the banner." Passing your mouse over the banner then turns animation off. To then reanimate the banner, you can either reload the webpage (CRTL-R) or let your mouse again hover over the banner. Experiment to see how it works.
- 9 December, 2011 I'm an idiot. Since childhood I've been looking at the candelabras used for the Jewish holiday Hanukkah, and at Escher's art for the same long time, but only now did it occur to me that a menorah and its buddies can tessellate very well. Be on the lookout for my next tessellation, "dradels!" ...Oodles and oodles of dradels.
- 25 November, 2011 Ms. Sorrentino's 4th grade math class of 2011 at Hawthorne Elementary School, Elmhurst, Illinois made this great tessellation artwork.
- 3 October, 2011 "Bring Aloha Back" is a first-time tessellation from professional artist Luke Atay. Adults (not kids), be sure to visit his website called "Inside the Box" as well, to see his many other works including murals, ambigrams, and art done on corrugated cardboard panels.
- 9 August, 2011 Sitting Buddha statues make a puzzle picture.
- 4 August, 2011 Guppies tessellate in what Yesenia Aceves describes as her first tessellation. Nicely done, Yesenia!
- 2 August, 2011 Sharks tessellate in my latest art.
- 28 July, 2011 We proudly present 28 tessellations
made by Chris Taranta's Spring 2011 9th grade geometry class in Julia R. Masterman school of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
- 15 July, 2011 Our section on Tessellations all around us has been upgraded, with a moderate amount of new material. Please contribute!
- 11 July, 2011 Famous Australian tessellation artist Bruce Bilney lets us animate his tessellation of kangaroos. Expect more of Bruce's art on Tessellations.org in the future. Computer boffins will enjoy learning that this GIF animation weighs only 18 kilobytes. That's light.
- 6 July, 2011 6th grader Shannon Smith did a puppy tessellation artwork all on her own, with no other guidance than our "Line Method 1" lesson nor any motivator other than her own desire to make this kind of art. Way to go, Shannon!
- 4 July, 2011 I've written a fun essay with more hints on how to make a tessellation. Oh, and I wish you a happy Independence Day, America.
- 29 June, 2011 Chess pieces fit together nicely. With very little adjustment, they make a fine tessellation. I can't believe it hasn't occurred to anyone else yet. I've been checking with other tessellation artists and with chess enthusiasts. So far, we've found a handful of chess knight tessellations and some rather modern non-standard chess sets that tessellate, but nothing done with the entirety of a standard chess set.
- 13 June, 2011 I've expanded the section about symmetry-- that is, the ways patterns repeat-- so it now has clear examples of the 3 most popular kinds of symmetry: translation, reflection, and rotation. These're also known as Slide-and-Glide, Flip, and Turn.
- 10 June, 2011 Minneapolis artist "Rossi" treats us to a look at some of his newest pieces, an unusual fusion of graffiti, calligraphy, and tessellation.
- 6 June, 2011 - Tessellations.org now has an essay, with many many examples, about how to choose a theme that'll make tessellation creation easy. Please enjoy "Popular Easy Motifs in Tessellation Art".
- 12 May, 2011 - Guest Artist Ms. Angie Heick provides us with a hexagon-based translation + slide tessellation of lions' heads. She knits these designs. She's promised to share photos of this lion design when it's knitted. When those photos arrive I'll proudly display them in Tessellations.org's "Real Materials" gallery.
- 6 May, 2011 - Teacher Barbara McCaskill's 8th grade class from North Corbin Junior High School in Walker, Louisiana, America (Go, Bears!) has been learning about geometry "translations". Along the way, they've done a bit of tessellation art in class. Their art gallery is the newest section of our website. Check it out!
- 16 April, 2011 - My new essay is online. In it, I describe the difference between Escher style tessellations and Alhambra style tessellations. By 'Escher style' I mean 'representational': each tile looks like a person, animal, or toaster. By 'Alhambra style', I mean non-representational tilings: tiles may look like geometric figures or other abstract shapes.
- 25 February, 2011 - "Tessellation or not?" a new section of this website. For a long time, I've wanted to write this section, but couldn't find enough artists willing to show their beautiful but (possibly) non-tessellation art on my site. This section teaches "what is a tessellation?" by example. You look at several pieces of symmetry art, and decide whether they fit the definition of a tessellation. Examples come from kids, me, a pro photographer, and David (the first webmaster here).
- 18 January, 2011 - Minnesota Clearwater Middle School's 8th grade math class, led by teacher Mary Jo Hughes, contributes some beautiful tessellations to our school gallery. But wait, there's more! Mary Jo Hughes gives us a recursive surprise by talking about her kids, this website, and tessellations on page 13 of her PDF online magazine, MathBits. Check it out by clicking here.
- 10 January, 2011 - Where Do Baby Alligators Come From?: a spiral 2D tessellation. ~~Seth, Webmaster
- 9 January, 2011 - Alligator Bowl: a 3D tessellated sphere sketched out on flat paper. Eventually, I'll sculpt or carve this. Since it has 24 alligators-- 12 per hemisphere-- I may make a rotating clock of it. ~~Seth, Webmaster
- 3 January, 2011 - Sidewalk tessellations art in chalk by guest artist Negina Kolesar for a chalk art festival
- November 10, 2010 - Scientriffic Magazine for science-oriented kids over age 7 published an article about tessellation in their November issue, and included some of our art. See a sample page from the magazine here.
- 10 September, 2010 - A delightfully Halloween-appropriate ghost tessellation by guest artist Mike Maloney. These're such friendly-looking white and orange ghosts. I can easily imagine this pattern becoming commercially successful on Halloween party paraphrenalia.
- 16 July, 2010 - Tessellations are all around us: Tessellations are in the news, in nature, in our homes and cities. Teachers, show your students our gallery of "tessellations all around us". Then, for homework, ask your students to find and list as many tessellations as they can find in their homes, in a supermarket, in a park, school, forest or shopping mall. Exceptional examples from your students may be posted in this gallery.
- 26 May, 2010 - Wood carving in 3D: a carved wooden spherical tessellation by Hungarian guest artist Tamas Szegeti
- 25 May, 2010 - A new tessellation animation. This one celebrates Firefox, the free open-source Web browser, by using the Firefox logo and the letters F, O, X, and Y to create a 3D tessellation in the shape of a cube.
- 16 April, 2010 - Sometimes you type a www...com address, or click on a link, and things don't work right. The Internet can't find the webpage you're looking for. At times like this, the Internet computer you've reached tells you "404: I can't find the webpage you requested. Is it spelled right?" Those messages are sometimes very unfriendly and difficult to understand. That's why I wrote my own 404 message page for Tessellations.org.
- 14 April, 2010 - One more art class has volunteered to post their tessellation art on Tessellations.org. Welcome, Karen Weber's 4th grade art class from Saint Ignatius Loyola Regional School in Pennsylvania.
- 7 April, 2010 - My watercolor dog tessellation pattern, done as a new year's greeting card.
- 30 March, 2010 - A new, fun school gallery by part-time superhero and full-time teacher Brenda Senack's 4th grade math class in Geneva City, New York State. Brenda also gives us a teachers' tessellation lesson plan in PDF form.
- 7 March, 2010 - A new tessellation of two tropical fish and a ray, by a friend nicknamed "Ozplasmic".
- 17 January, 2010 - A thumbs-up review of Shodor.org's online tessellation-making software .
- 6 January, 2010 - Read about Hop David's new tessellation coloring book, "Magic Mirror Image".
- 25 December, 2009 - A collection of new tessellation art by Mr. Tidwell's math students from Lizzie M. Burges School in Seguin, Texas
- 10 November, 2009 - A new gallery of Hop David's amazing tessellation art.
- 24 February, 2009 - "Namaqualand", a tapestry-like tessellation by Martha Lane
- 23 February, 2009 - "Under the Needle", a hexagon tessellation by Tom McDonnell
- 26 November, 2008 - "Tessellating Yappy Puppies" by Marian Mendez
- 26 November, 2008 - "Tessellating Rosebuds" by Marian Mendez
- 25 November, 2008 - "Tessellating Boat-Tail Grackles": a tessellation of photographed birds by Marian Mendez
- 25 November, 2008 - "Progressive Hope": a tessellation of doves by Seth
- 24 November, 2008 - "Three Goldfish": triplets of fish make a pattern of equilateral triangles by Seth
- 23 November, 2008 - "Powerboats and Sailboats": a tessellation for the ocean by Seth
- 23 October, 2008 - "Too much schooling": a tessellation of schooling fish by Seth
- 10 October, 2008 - The way Tessellations.org originally defined tessellation drew scholarly criticism because it seemed to preclude designs (like the Moorish designs in the Alhambra of Spain) made from purely geometric shapes like squares and triangles. Our definition of tessellation seemed to insist that the design must use more natural, realistic shapes like plants, animals, and people. I agree with the critics, so Tessellations.org now defines true tessellation as "filling any surface completely with a repeating shape, with no gaps or overlaps". Notice that in our definition, the surface needn't be an infinite plane, nor even a 2D surface. In the future, I plan to show many more tessellations on 2D non-infinite surfaces and on 3D objects' surfaces. I would like also to encourage you to contribute copyright-free photos of the geometric tessellations appearing in Middle Eastern art and the Alhambra.
- 25 September, 2008 - Five Cat Dodecahedron by Seth: a simple 12-sided 3D object. Easy to print out and glue together. Each facet is a pentagon with 5 cats tessellated on it.
- 24 September, 2008 - Kitchen Floor Tile Tessellation, an amazing home improvement made from 1,300 handmade ceramic tiles! By Mr. Dick Walton and Mrs. Susan Newell of Billings, Montana, and their potter friend, Jim Morrison.
- 23 September, 2008 - Clown Ball, a 3D tessellation by Seth of 12 clowns drawn on the sides of a "dodecahedron", a sphere made of twelve pentagons.
- 19 September, 2008 - Fascination, a tessellation by Seth of baby seaturtles and bats.
- 18 September, 2008 - Liquid World, nostalgia for a summer spent at the seashore...and fountain pens. A tessellation by Seth.
- 15 September, 2008 - Red Fish, Blue Fish by Coleman Johnson, age 9, using MS Paint.
- 1 June, 2008 - The unfairness of the Cycle of Poverty, by Seth.
- 14 May, 2008 - A tessellation of Greyhound dogs by guest artist J. Althoff
- 6 May, 2008 - Tessellations.org today lost its founder and original webmaster, David Annal. This comes after three years
of successes battling cancer, during which time he continued to contribute art and coding to this site, and to develop
other art websites such as ApophysisStash.org, a fractal art website.
His generosity, intelligence, and art will be greatly missed.
A tessellation contest is planned in his honor. The site will continue under webmaster Seth Bareiss
- 23 April, 2008 - A tessellation of butterflies by Seth
- 1st January, 2008 - A brand new type of gallery: tessellations from a school's students, submitted by the schoolteacher and posted on our site as a single school's gallery. Have a look at DECTC school's tessellations. Does your school have tessellations you'd like to show in our galleries? Let us know!
- 20th December, 2007 - Fish evolving? A fun cartoony tessellation by Seth.
- 17th December, 2007 - Our first tessellation tutorial from a guest artist! See the Papercut Method by 15-year-old Rachael G.
- 10th December, 2007 - New Red Cross tessellation on intentionally crumpled paper by Seth.
- 5th November, 2007 - New tessellation art by amateur Paul Davey in our guest gallery:
Cat with Fish, Fly and Lizard,
Four Beaks, Mouse and Cheese,
Seahorse and Fish, and Bluebird and Cat.
- 22nd July, 2007 - New real materials plate by Laurel Bender.
- 22nd July, 2007 - Guest tessellation by Coleman aged 8 - thanks Coleman.
- 4th June, 2007 - Highly recommended book reviewed - 'Parcelles d'infini'.
Added a new tessellation - Mon Dieu - the French are tessellating! - David.
- 8th May, 2007 - Added a new tutorial, specifically for young students and people without computers:
Easy Tessellation Lesson using Pencil and Tracing Paper.
We also provide it in downloadable easy-to-share and easy-to-print JPG and Adobe Acrobat PDF versions.
- 2nd May, 2007 - Added two new tessellations, in comic form: "If Escher drew a Farside Cartoon"
and "Escher's Cat is Hungry".
- 28th April, 2007 - Added a new animation, "Dancing Cats meet Godzilla".
- 27th April, 2007 - Added a new tessellation, "Sailboat Race".
- 26th April, 2007 - Added a new tessellation, "Fly Away".
- 26th April, 2007 - Added Real Materials 13 - Town planning with tessellations!
- 26th March, 2007 - Added a new tessellation, "Invisible Pink Unicorns". ~Seth
- 24th March, 2007 - Added "28 Birds",
a basswood bas-relief carving by Phil Allin based on Escher's "Sun and Moon"
- 22nd March, 2007 - Added a new digital tessellation to David's Art : "Infinite Politeness",
showing uncounted tuxedo-clad men bowing to one another. ~Seth
- 12th March, 2007 - Added four new woodcarvings to our Real Materials gallery:
Three tributes to Escher by guest-artist Phil Allin (1,
and one original piece by Seth.
- 13th February, 2007 - Added a new animation-- a short film, this time-- to our animation gallery.
This is a film of one of Seth's goldfish tessellation balls, showing the various
Al Hirschfeld-style cartoon faces.
See it here.
- 30th January, 2007 - Added a new tessellation to Seth's gallery (Lions Circled)
and a new Flash animation (Lions) to our rapidly growing
- 27th January, 2007 - Begun Guest Gallery 3 with a contribution from Sara Kelly - see Galleries above
- 9th January, 2007 - A review of a popular, free tessellation program,
Kali 5.2 for Windows95
- 12th December, 2006 - A new review of an old, popular standalone tessellation program,
- 18th November, 2006 - How about an aquarium with fish that tessellate? See
- 14th November, 2006 - Tessellations with Lego? Yes indeed, check Real Materials here.
And I've added another animation of kite flying
- 11th November, 2006 - This weekend I've made a new animation, Dancers. ~Seth
- 8th November, 2006 - I've also done a new animation, Crebain Spies,
remember the crow-like creatures who spied on the members of the
Fellowship of the Ring? And there are two new tessellations in my art
gallery 7 ~David
- 8th November, 2006 - In addition to asking you to contribute your art to our
we encourage child and adult artists to enter
World of Escher's free tessellation contest.
This popular Internet contest has been held every six months for over a
decade. Entering costs nothing; prizes vary, but are always from World
of Escher's online store.
More importantly, entries are displayed in a high-profile contest
gallery for six months, during which time everyone is invited to visit
the site, vote for a favorite, and leave positive comments for favorite
entries. The top few entries apear in a permanent
hall of fame.
Entries should be in the form of emailed JPG files
less than 100 kilobytes, and must be accompanied by
a simple entry form.
Entries can be made by computer
or by hand, but must be original designs and be the work of the
contestant whose name appears on the form. Although in the past the
majority of past contestants and winners has been schoolchildren, World
of Escher tells us that adult entries are increasing; if more than 15
adults enter the coming competition(s), then World of Escher will
create separate divisions (and awards) for children and adults. ~Seth
- 7th November, 2006 - I've created a new animation, 'ducks',
for our Animation Gallery. In addition, we welcome 'Devil Ducks', an original tessellation done in plaster by a guset artist, to our
Real Materials gallery.
Many thanks to guest artist R. S. Newall of New Zealand for contributing a photo of
'Devil Ducks' to our site. ~Seth
- 25th October, 2006 - Our 3rd birthday is on 30th October!
To celebrate, David has given the site a shakeup and, even better, Seth
has agreed to become joint owner/editor/manager 8-). This means
changing the 'David's Art ' references throughout the site to 'David's
and changing Seth's status from guest artist.
Major changes are the
new 'Software' section in the main menu, and the fledgling 'Animation'
section under Galleries. Tessellation software will be reviewed and
tested and opinions given. To begin with it contains 3 programs with
several examples from each. Purpose software has been removed from the
DIY section. There is only one animation at present but it will grow!
David has also started gallery 7!
- 10th October, 2006 - 1 new tessellation ("4-and-twenty blackbirds") in Guest Artist Sethness Gallery 3
- 25th September, 2006 - 3 new tessellations in 'David's Art 6'
- 5th September, 2006 - A few minor updates and improvements.
Where're those promised contributions for the guest galleries?
Latest stats - we're serving up over 8K pages per day.
The site has had 44 million accesses since we began in Oct 2003.
- 7th May, 2006 - Added another contribution to 'Guest Gallery 2' - thanks CraftLord
- 7th March, 2006 - Added another contribution to 'Guest Gallery 2' and started 'Sethness Gallery 3'.
- 18th February, 2006 - Added 3 more contributions to 'Guest Gallery 2. Thank you.
Sethness has designed a tessellations colouring book for
kids. Details and sample pages in 'Galleries - Guest Artist - Sethness'
from orange menu bar.
- 7th February, 2006
- Added a tessellation of mine to 'David's Art 6' and a contribution to
'Guest Gallery 2' - thank you, Gary. Also added 4 new tessellations to
guest artist 'Sethness Gallery 2'.
- 21 January, 2006 - Added a Sethness tessellation ball to 'Real Materials' gallery. A few minor adjustments elsewhere.
- 21 December, 2005 - Added 2 more tessellations to 'David's Art 6'
- 12 December, 2005 - Tessellations.org is pleased to welcome Sethness as Guest Artist.
You can see his innovative drawings and pictures from the orange 'Galleries' menu above.
- 19th November, 2005
- 2 new guest submissions in the Guest Galleries - thank you Heather
and Houston. Also added some fractal lobsters in David's Art 6.
- 31st October, 2005 - We have had a 2nd birthday. Another tessellation added to David's Art 6
- 12th September, 2005 - A new painted ball in Galleries - Real Materials.
- 3rd August, 2005
- 2 new tessellations in the new Guest Gallery no.2 - thank you for
contributing Nicole and Abbey. 1 new tessellation in David's Art 6.
- 25th June, 2005
- Thanks to the inspiration of the wonderful wall-hanging sewn by
Lesley Hendricks, I have started a new section called 'Real Materials'
- see under 'Galleries'. Here I hope to show off tessellations designed
as actual quilts, carvings and anything else that can be held! If you
have made anything like this, please send a photo for inclusion here.
- 15th June, 2005 - 2 new tessellations in David's Art 5 and start of David's Art 6.
- 6th June, 2005
- New tessellation in guest gallery from Hallie McGee age 9 - youngest
contributor so far!! Come on you kids - more wanted! See your name on
the Tessellations site.
- 24th May, 2005 - New tessellation in David's Art 5.
- 19th April, 2005 - New tessellations in David's Art 5 and Guest gallery.
- 30th March, 2005 - New tessellation in David's Art 5.
- 12th February, 2005 - Teachers
- I have removed the tessellation of a nude woman! It was completely
innocuous but when I put her in, I did not realise how popular the site
would become with teachers of young children. It is now indexed by many
- 2nd February, 2005 - I
have added another section to the 'Do It Yourself' menu to answer some
'Frequently Asked Questions'. The first ones deal with flipping and
periodicy. There are more good contributions to the guest gallery too.
- 26th January, 2005 - At last someone has sent me a new tessellation for the guest gallery - thanks Pete.
- 26th December, 2004 - Added 1 more tessellation to David's Art 5.
- 17th December, 2004
- Added another tessellation to David's Art 5. Shame on you many
teachers who promised your pupil's efforts for the guest gallery - NONE
received. Perhaps your teaching is not as good as you thought it was!
- 11th June, 2004 - Added 2 more tessellations to David's Art 5 and a "Desert Scene" to My Nice but not True gallery.
- 21st May, 2004
- Began David's Art 5 with 2 new tessellations. Many of you promised to
send in your tessellations for the guest gallery but few have. Perhaps
my explanations were not as good as I thought and you keep telling me??
- 29th April, 2004
- David's Art 4 is now full. Many schools are looking at the site and
are very welcome but, because the guestbook is open to all, I'm afraid
it's getting some 'silly' messages from some of the less well educated
pupils 8-( I'm removing these as soon as I find them
and I'm sorry if you see one before I've clobbered it!
- 5th April, 2004 - Added 3 more tessellations to David's Art 4.
- 13th March, 2004 - Added more to David's Art 4. I'm amazed at how popular this site has become - almost 2 million accesses
since it started! Perhaps I'm doing something right 8-) Thanks
everybody - but the Guest Gallery could do with some more pictures!
- 21st February, 2004
- Added this page. Added new DIY section - Multiple Motifs. Added
example of this, 'Siameses', to 'David's Art 4'. Brought index of pages
up to date.
- 15th February, 2004 - Yahoo
chose this site as a 'Pick of the Day' - thanks! Able to welcome many
new visitors and read their comments in my guestbook. Thank you to all
who filled it in (only a fraction of those who came though). I am now
eagerly awaiting their contributions to my guest's gallery which is
still very bare in spite of new bear 8-)
- Since the site opened in October 2003,
several people have asked for permission to use pictures in books, on
sites, etc. This is mostly quite OK by me (and I'll even give it to you
in high res. if req) but please ask before you swipe anything - and
give this site a plug or, even better, a link! Any site linking will of
course be given one back. ~~David Annal
(note: This policy has changed a bit. Please email us to arrange any borrowing / copyright /
permission to reproduce our art. ~~ Seth Bareiss, webmaster in 2011)
- I try and check everything but if you do find any mistakes please let me know - see 'contact' in the 'Site Information' menu.