The smallest square is a 1×1 square and forms the origin of the image. Starting from this, the following rhomboids are arranged in a spiral form from corner to corner.
The rotation creates a spirally growing figure. After every four squares, another round of the spiral is completed. After a longer viewing, the arrangement creates a three-dimensional effect in which the squares in the center disappear into the distance.
The spiral form is underlined with the line spiral, which consists of quarter circles. Each quarter circle faces the center of the image and “jumps” from one square center to the next as if performing a trampoline jump. If you mirror the quarter circles on the connecting line of the square centers, the original Fibonacci spiral is created.