Offsetting the two spirals by 180 degrees causes them to overlap and form a cone.
Material: laser-cut plywood
Twisting the spiral slightly causes the layers to overlap and form a cone.
Offsetting the two spirals slightly causes them to overlap and form a cone.
Stop-motion animation of laser-cut, laminated plywood rings, showing the same structure in two different orientations.
As the gears rotate inside each other, they incrementally progress.
Material: laser-cut acrylic
Sliding these pentagonal concentric rings back and forth creates an illusion of depth.
Material: laser-cut mat board
Proof-of-concept for a drinking straw toy.
By sequentially opening and closing different holes in the top two layers, different forms develop as sand is added and subtracted.