Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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fractal jigsaws

I love fractals
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the picture on one side of the jigsaw could include a smaller image of the picture on the other side; including the smaller image of the picture on the other side...
po, Jun 18 2012

It's tweezy http://www.youtube....watch?v=tex_lYArYc0
[Phrontistery, Jun 19 2012]


       You need to look beyond the last visible dog.
Loris, Jun 18 2012

       Further, each piece could contain somewhere on its surface, a small image of that piece.
pocmloc, Jun 18 2012

       I think this is far cleverer than it sounds. +   

       If each puzzle piece were created from miniature puzzle pieces, which were themselves c.f.m.p.p, etc.   

       And the puzzle itself was one of many which when complete, formed the pieces of a larger puzzle...
csea, Jun 18 2012

       Fractalize the edges. Although they might get a little complicated in shape, putting it together would be simple.
RayfordSteele, Jun 18 2012

       trust [RayfordSteele] to give us a frill.
po, Jun 18 2012

       With [RayfordSteele]'s correction, a [+].
Inyuki, Jun 18 2012

       I'd like to point out that there is a difference between a 'jigsaw' and a 'jigsaw puzzle', and that seemingly harmless confusion of the two terms when used in conjunction with exciting mathmatical concepts can ultimately lead to episodes of great disappointment for certain breeds of tool fetishists.
Alterother, Jun 18 2012

       How many times would you have to unflip it, to get to a point where the picture on the other side was just a massive pixel?
UnaBubba, Jun 18 2012


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