This puzzle consists of four hinged pieces which can be folded one way to a square and the other way to an equilateral triangle. Master puzzler Henry Dudeney demonstrated a wooden model before the London Royal Society in 1905.
An interesting design, I’m just trying to think of a way that I could use this design in some sort of cool way, maybe some badass weapon? XD
Buzzi e Buzzi - P. House, Tenga 2000. Located on a steep site, the roof is level with the street above, with parking and the main entry located off the roof. A personal favorite. Photos (C) Margherita Spiluttini.
I thought I’d take the opportunity to show off one of the projects I kept myself busy with whilst I was incommunicado - a rather large pixelated “Summer” landscape for a small website background.
I found it pretty challenging, especially since it deals with something much larger than a 40 x 40 canvas. It’s not something I do very often, but when I do - I think it turns out pretty decent.
(This landscape has been posted here with the permission of the client and has been watermarked, so please don’t go stealing it. It’ll be very naughty, and Gryffindor will lose at least 20 house points.)