Wearable – Generative Art 2014. At Generative Art 2012, we introduced Tilings made from still life compositions bounded by girih shapes; a decagon, a pentagon, a rhombus, a concave hexagon (bowtie) and an elongated hexagon. Each girih tile is divided further by strapping lines, which are reserved as negative space. As the tiles are joined, the strapping lines reveal larger fivefold symmetries. At GA14, we introduce two-level designs in which the girih forms appear at two scales with a variation on the subdivision rule used on the Darb-e Imam shrine built in 1453 Isfahan.The smaller scaled girih tiles inflate to create larger tiles through subdivision and substitution.