Eight Beautiful Math Posters that Make You Love Mathematics

Are you looking for some cool math posters for your walls? We have curated some of Megan Emma Moree’s work for you. This series of minimalist posters created for the love of mathematics, nature, art, and education. Unfortunately, her store is under construction. But you can still reach her at megan@ifup.us.

If you are a teacher, you might want to print off these visuals and hang them on your classroom wall to entice your students to love mathematics.


Tessellations are patterns found in nature that tile over the surface of an object, such as honeycombs.


Fractals are repeating geometric patterns that can be found in many natural occurrences, such as river networks, mountain ranges, lightning bolts, blood vessels, and DNA.


Polyhedra are geometric solids in three dimensions with flat faces and straight edges. Irregular polyhedra can be found within nature in the form of crystals and viruses.

Fibonacci Sequence

The Fibonacci Sequence occurs when crisscrossing spirals produce an optical effect, like the florets of a sunflower. These florets, when counted, turn out to be the Fibonacci numbers.

Boundary Condition

In mathematics, in the field of differential equations, a boundary value problem is a differential equation together with a set of additional constraints, called the boundary conditions. A solution to a boundary value problem is a solution to the differential equation which also satisfies the boundary conditions.

Bezier Curve

Bezier Curves are straight lines corresponding to different positions at slightly different angles to give the appearance of a curve. A popular use of Bezier curves was in Mary Everest Boole’s curve stitching activities.

Contrast Effect

A contrast effect is the enhancement or diminishment, relative to normal, of perception, cognition or related performance as a result of successive or simultaneous exposure to a stimulus of lesser or greater value in the same dimension.


A hypercube is a shape with multiple faces and sides extruding in any number of dimensions. These shapes can help to explain multiple dimensions in the space around us.

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