What do triangles, rectangles, circles, squares, parallelograms, and trapezoids have in common? All these forms, besides revealing a unique elegance, also attest a unity in the creative processes that exist in the natural world as they appear and reappear in our daily life and in countless works of art. For example, on the Mona Lisa portrait by Leonardo da Vinci several measures and mathematical forms are respected. Just to illustrate it, her left eye divides the image in half providing the psychological dimension to the image that made the portrait immortal. The question then arises: To what extent is it possible to integrate the creative principles of mathematics, art, science, and philosophy? For Robson Trindade, mathematics, philosophy, science, and art are just one thing: A mean of expression whose function is to enrich the beauty that exists in the human being.