Published on Jun 10, 2019

# Pattern Background Images

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The pattern is a regularity in the world, in human-made design or abstract ideas. As such, the elements of the pattern are repeated predictably. A geometric pattern is a type of pattern formed by geometric shapes, which is usually repeated like a wallpaper design.

Any of the senses can directly observe the patterns. Abstract patterns in science, mathematics, or language can only be observed through analysis. Direct observation in practice means observing visual patterns that are widespread in nature and art. In nature, visual patterns are often chaotic, never repetitive, and often include fractals.

## Natural Pattern

Natural patterns include spirals, meanders, waves, foams, inclinations, cracks, and those created by the symmetry of rotation and reflection. Patterns have a basic mathematical structure. Indeed, mathematics can be viewed as a search for regularities, and the result of each function is a mathematical pattern. In the same way, theories explain and foresee the laws in the world.

## Pattern Art

In art and architecture, decorations or visual motifs can be combined and repeated to create patterns designed to exert a selected effect on the viewer. In computer science, a software development pattern is a well-known solution to a class of programming problems. Fashion is a template that is used to create any number of similar items of clothing.

## Types of Pattern

Nature illustrates many types of patterns, including symmetries, trees, and other structures of fractal dimension, spirals, meanders, waves, foams, slopes, cracks, and stripes.

## Spiral Pattern

Spiral patterns are found on animal body plans, including shellfish, such as Nautilus, and in detoxification of many plants, like leaves spiralling around the stems, and numerous spirals found in coloured hands, such as sunflower and fruit structures, such as pineapple.

## Patterns in the Fashion Industry

A fashionable pattern is a technically two-dimensional tool used to create any number of identical items of clothing. This can be considered as a means of translating the picture into real clothing.