Talhi was something of a problem. An early periodic function, I didn't quite have the full understanding of how to create perfect loops, but I loved the distortion I was getting from endlessly iterating over a spiral of shapes. I found increasing the size of the shapes whist tending them towards hexagons produced a six-fold symmetry, all curled up within a grey distortion. I only managed to produce six pieces in total before feeling that the piece had reached its limits.
To counfound matters further, I accidentally minted the fifth part twice, meaning that part six is now lost, as the obvious solution was to burn part five, thus maintaining the exclusivity of the piece for the buyers in question. I believe the second buyer has chosen to keep the incorrectly-minted piece, as well as its correctly-minted counterpart. It's the only minting mistake I've made so far…