This work utilizes algorithms to generate artistic creations. The theme features a pixelated tiny dinos using only four colors. Through factorial permutations, 24 square images of varying sizes are constructed and ultimately assembled into a Polka art piece that adheres to the principles of “simple perfect squares” and the “four-color theorem.”
该作品使用算法生成艺术创作，主题像素小恐龙仅用了 4 种颜色，通过阶乘全排列构造出 24 张正方形但大小不同的图片，最终拼接成符合「简单完美正方形」和「四色定理」的波卡艺术作品。
“The Simple Perfect Square” is a design philosophy that emphasizes presenting a pure and harmonious aesthetic through simplicity, symmetry, and precise shapes. This concept is rooted in the early 20th-century Modernist movement, aiming to discard excessive ornamentation and complexity in favor of simplicity and functionality. It found expression in art and design movements such as the German Bauhaus school and the Dutch De Stijl movement, becoming a classic element in modern design.
“The Four Color Theorem” is a fundamental theorem in graph theory, stating that any planar graph can be colored using four colors in such a way that no two adjacent regions have the same color. The problem was first proposed by the British mathematician Francis Guthrie in 1852 and was later proven in 1976 by Kenneth Appel and Wolfgang Haken through computer verification. The proof of the Four Color Theorem underwent a long process of mathematical development, involving complex graph theory and computer algorithms. Prior to 1976, no one could find a concise and comprehensive proof. The verification by Appel and Haken involved a computer program checking thousands of cases, providing a convincing solution to this classical problem.