The objects designed by Paul Schatz reveal the secrets of space through play and beauty. With his invertible cube, the inventor and discoverer demonstrates the vastness and fascination of the unknown. The invertible cube became the basis of Paul Schatz's discovery and development of new geometric shapes and countless machines, inspired by the idea that the laws of motion and the possibility of inversion is present within every static shape.
More than anything, these small Oloids are a delight to behold and fit snugly into the palm of your hand, where they roll and tumble. Perfect for when students study platonic solids.
Oloid, oak, 2.75 x 2 inches (7x5 cm).
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