# The Folkman graph in Lombardi style

I've been working on an implementation of the circular layouts of regular graphs from my Lombardi drawing paper, and came across the following really pretty layout of the Folkman graph, a graph with the curious property that its edges are all symmetric to each other but its vertices aren't. I don't have that much more to say here about the graph, and the software could probably stand to be tested a bit more thoroughly before sharing, but I thought I would at least share the picture:

**ETA 2010-11-29:** Here is the implementation.

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**2010-10-15T06:41:08Z**

So I'm not much of an appreciator of graphs. Only a select few graphs have an aesthetic that tickles me - these are usually unique Ramsey graphs with a lot a symmetry (and usually self-complimentary).

Just wanted to drop by to say that this visualization is one of the few that inspired in me an appreciation of graph elegance in the way I imagine a lot of graph/Ramsey theory people must all of the time.

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**2010-10-15T06:43:15Z**

(Please forgive my abuse of the English language; my only defense is that it's close to three in the morning for me and I just finished a 9 hour blitzkrieg on my mounds of problem sets)

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**2010-10-15T12:08:32Z**

That really is a beautiful and intriguing object!