I not only love this rectangle, I used it 14 years ago. Right here.
UPDATED [as per Eskyman]:
All those columns seem to be leaning in.
You forgot one:
For more on the golden ratio, read The Golden Ratio by Mario Livio. I admit, some of it was over my head, but the parts I did understand were fascinating. https://www.amazon.com/Golden-Ratio-Worlds-Astonishing-Number-ebook/dp/B001L4Z6Q2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490043092&sr=8-1&keywords=the+golden+ratio
Gerard: Don't know if you saw this as a kid, but in 1961 Disney brought the Wonderful World of Mathmagicland to us boomers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLffxwRlXcc There's a pretty full explanation of the golden triangle.
Go to about the 29:00 mark. Sad to know that just a few short years later, kids can't tell time on an analog clock.
Apple logo ratio is misstated as A/B = 1.6
Actually is (A+B)/A = 1.6
This is the more common form of the Golden Ratio, where the ratio off the two rectangles formed by A and A+B, is equal to the ratio of the two component rectangles A and B.
I use the Fib / GR almost daily.
I was about 15 when I discovered the most perfect shape in the world. My girlfriend had the sweetest set of tits. (I know, I was a late bloomer). About 7 years later I had a blind date with a girl my buddy fixed me up with and she really had the perfect set. Gravity defying, firm but somehow soft. I would do anything for her. I spent as much time with them, I mean her as I could but after a month or so she dumped me. But I digress. I do think that double combination of the two curves is the sweetest shape in the world. Made even sweeter by their tendency to shape shift in beautiful ways as she moves. The golden rectangle simply cannot compare.
Here's another great example for your growing collection...