A SYMMETRY

first page 600x400 A SYMMETRYAbove: the first law of false symmetry says that, in order to by symmetric, the two statements should say the same thing: symmetry, as a word, is asymmetric like the term asymmetry. So it’s symmetric in the end result of the sentence, but it can’t be symmetric in meaning.

body of evidence 600x394 A SYMMETRYBody of evidence.

alien 600x450 A SYMMETRYVintage Alien.

standup for your rights 600x1104 A SYMMETRYStand up for your rights.

sportsaucer 600x594 A SYMMETRYSportsaucer.

doublekinky 600x402 A SYMMETRYDoublekinky.

a yippies midlife crisis 600x388 A SYMMETRYThe yippie’s midlife crisis.

suspended A SYMMETRYSuspended.

lapislapsus 600x434 A SYMMETRY.LapisipaL.

going nowhere 600x480 A SYMMETRYGoing nowhere.

Above: few examples of false symmetry developed by the Brandpowder Studio. For this essay, just out of curiosity, we asked two twins to work at their computer in front of a mirror. The experiment didn’t bring any particular result, though.

Below: the second law of false symmetry says that, in order to by symmetric, the two statements should say the same thing: symmetry, as a word, is asymmetric like the term asymmetry. So it’s symmetric in the end result of the sentence, but it can’t be symmetric in meaning. Please note that, for a matter of coherence, the second law is identical, but not symmetric to the first one, confirming the theory of false symmetry.

second page 600x400 A SYMMETRY

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  1. Lo del lápiz casi me sale de verdad 😆

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