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Irregular Symmetry is an attempt to visualise Soetsu Yanagi’s theory about Beauty, contrasting Western (machine made) and Oriental (hand made or grown) ideas of beauty.
«The ideal of Greek beauty hardly permits of irregularity or asymmetry, for it was founded upon the symmetry of the human body. By contrast the Oriental found irregular beauty in nature outside the human form. … From this causation, man of the West brought about the age of the machine, while the man of the East is still largely dependent upon the hand.» from The Unknown Craftsman: A Japanese Insight into Beauty (from the chapter The Beauty of Irregularity).