GOLDEN RATIO ENGRAVED CEDAR SIGN
Designed using the "Golden Ratio". At least since the Renaissance, artists and architects have proportioned their works to a specific ratio - length to width - believing this proportion to be aesthetically pleasing. Euclid (about 300BC) in his "Elements" calls dividing a line at the 0.618034 point dividing a line in the extreme and mean ratio. This later gave rise to the name "Golden Mean or Golden Ratio". Mathematicians have studied this ratio for a very, very long time because of its unique and interesting properties and occurrences in Nature, Art, Music and Architecture . This sign is created with this same aspect ratio. Most folks agree - there's just something about its proportions that pleases.