“And knowing is half the battle.”
“GEE . . . I . . . JOE!”
As long as you know which end is up…
i got tired just looking at it..
It wouldn’t be so bad if they replaced the dead fluorescent tubes.
I have the book.(M.C.Escher) My daughter laughed at the ‘people feet’ on the creature.
Not only was Escher an excellent artist, he also knew a thing or two about non-Euclidean geometry at a time when it was leading-edge mathematics.
The stairs don’t bother me as much as the infestation of strange, unearthly, creatures.
I almost always use stairs. Elevators run on electricity which can fail. Most run on 3 phase and if only one phase fails you’re still stuck, in a small box, without a toilet.
M C Escher, my favorite DJ
Now we know how Melvin started his disappearance…
All my building’s stairwells look like that…
Ah the Curl-up or Wentelteefje, one of my favorite Escher creatures
So that’s where R&D hides their mistakes!
It looks like fun…
Actually the reference is older than that. This type of drawing was done by the mathematician M. C. Escher about 1953 https://www.mcescher.com/gallery/back-in-holland/relativity/
My first thought, “Fire Drill!”
Cool! What a stairwell …
Baslim’s comment above made me wonder if we’ll ever see Melvin in Working Daze again, too …
John Zakour and Scott Roberts