Numbers do not exist
Numbers are everywhere, from the moment we wake up in the morning until the end of the day; we're surrounded by numbers.
According to historians, the first evidence of numbers is a series of lines cut on a bone dating back to 20.000 years ago. We've gone a long way from then. Having said that, we still use them for the very same reason... to count. We count sheep, the minutes before an important meeting, how many cups of coffee we drank today, and how many miles to reach our destination.
But what are numbers really? By definition, a number is an arithmetical value expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity.
Let me show you numbers from 1 to 10 in a different way. They'll take shape from something ordinary and unexpected, as if they were hidden away in the dark waiting for the right light to reveal them.