Spirals collection | Because of their similarity to the golden ratio, spirals are visually appealing.
Consider the shell of a snail. It begins in the center with a tiny, tight curl. The shell expands exponentially with each successive ring. This pattern can be found everywhere in nature, from mollusks to ram's horns, spider webs to corneal nerves. Spirals are related to the golden ratio, which the human eye can interpret faster than any other shape.