I have done a project similar to this. It adds more rigor if students create their own equations and develop their own design. I usually have them create a certain number of each type of line, have them identify slope, y-intercept, etc. to cover more of

"Fibonacci meets Pythagoras": Each square's area is the sum of the two that came before, thanks to the Pythagorean Theorem - a beautiful math and art project.

staceythinx: Artist Nike Savvas transforms mathematic formulas into beautiful sculptures. The extra-special key ingredient to make this tasty brain dish work is perspective. Also, Im gonna go ahead and throw out the word Spirograph