These sculptures were created in the 1970s by Morton C. Bradley and they combine the beauty of mathematics with a rich study of color theory.
What I find most puzzling about these sculptures is the amount of thought that went into the color patterns and the underlining structure of the geometric shapes. How each piece fits together is just as exciting to think about as the way the artist decided to place the colors of these shapes.
There are many examples of a colorful geometric style appearing in design. The most widely known example of this is Charis Tsevis Olympic poster illustrations. The illustrations use the same concepts of color and form but in a two dimensional space. There is math involved in the creation of these illustrations, through a program called Synthetik Studio Artist.