How-To: Frabjous Cardboard Geometry Sculpture

How-To: Frabjous Cardboard Geometry Sculpture

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Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories show us how to make this rad geometric sculpture:

George W. Hart is a professor at Stony Brook and is one of our favorite artists, making a wide variety of stunning geometric sculptures. On his of his many works that has particularly captivated us for some time is a sculpture called Frabjous.

When we realized that George had posted a template for this sculpture we dropped everything, grabbed the cardboard and hot glue, and raced to build our own.

16 thoughts on “How-To: Frabjous Cardboard Geometry Sculpture

  1. MAKE | Math Monday: Acrylic Frabjous Kit says:

    […] parts which are assembled into a geometric star with twelve spiral vortices. A few years ago, a MAKE post showed how to make a cardboard version that requires many hours of hobby knife cutting. Should you […]

  2. TransAlchemy » Blog Archive » Math Monday: Acrylic Frabjous Kit says:

    […] parts which are assembled into a geometric star with twelve spiral vortices. A few years ago, a MAKE post showed how to make a cardboard version that requires many hours of hobby knife cutting. Should you […]

  3. Weekly links for March 25 « God plays dice says:

    […] You can buy anacrylic Frabjous kit or get your very own cardboard Frabjous. […]

  4. Carel Two-Eagl#nXtGt (@C_Two_Eagle) says:

    Makes me smile!

  5. Rita says:

    How do you put it together though?? I work in a box factory and this looks very cool.

  6. Bakeca Trieste says:

    Great article…love your idea!

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  8. Geometric Sculpture « Math, Art, and Design says:

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Becky Stern is a Content Creator at Autodesk/Instructables, and part time faculty at New York’s School of Visual Arts Products of Design grad program. Making and sharing are her two biggest passions, and she's created hundreds of free online DIY tutorials and videos, mostly about technology and its intersection with crafts. Find her @bekathwia on YouTube/Twitter/Instagram.

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