Champernowne’s constant, denoted as 0.123456789101112… , is formed by concatenating successive natural numbers. It can be represented as an infinite series. Concatenating 0. with prime numbers yields the Copeland–Erdős constant.

## The Genius Of Numbers

Photomosaic portrait of Albert Einstein made with random photographs of **numbers**.

It is only when the viewer moves away from the image that the portrait of Einstein appears. It is the distance that creates and unveils the truth, because everything is relative, as Einstein once said, and everything depends on the context, the environment or the point of view.

This op art work is exhibited in many Museums and galleries all around the world and is available as prints and canvases from our online gallery.

## Perfect “Square” Circle

Numbers 1 to 32 are placed along the circumference of a circle without repeating any number and still the sum of any two adjacent numbers in this circle is a perfect square!

## Numbers In Nature

*Diaethria phlogea*, the “89’98 butterfly”, is a species of butterfly of the Nymphalidae family found in Colombia, South America. The markings on its wing resemble a painted number: an 89, a 98 or even an 88.

Are there any other animals with numbers painted on their body?