View Golden Ratio
The Golden Ratio is 1:1.62, developed by the ancient Greeks as ideal relationship of proportion. First discovered as a recurring ration in geometry, supposedly discovered by Pythagorus. Aesthetically referred to as the Divine Proportion, the guideline of the golden ration is followed by artists as well, in terms of composition, to create the best possible image. Even human proportions defined with this ratio is considered to be perfect beauty. A common recurrence in nature as well, the golden ration is visible in the cross section of a nautilus shell.