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Penrose stairs, artwork Wall Decal
Penrose stairs, computer artwork. This is an impossible figure created by the physicist Roger Penrose and used by M C Escher in his illustration Ascending and Descending . The staircase loops back to

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Penrose stairs. Computer artwork of a slinky on a set of Penrose stairs. This is an impossible figure created by the physicist Roger Penrose and used by M C Escher in his illustration Ascending and De