On the 8th of July, 2010,
we intersected cells

Cellular Relationships

We developed this spread for Items issue #4 2010.

The Items issue this time dealt with design concepts relating to growth, natural behaviour and organic materials.


  • Draw a cell that intersects one or two cells of another color.
  • The center point of the cell must be outside the intersected cells.
  • Find the points where your circle intersects with other cells and connect them with straight lines.
  • Erase all enclosed cell segments that result from the intersection.
  • If your cell intersects two cells, draw a baby cell within one of them. Cells can only be impregnated once.