To make this series of lino cuts, now found in the Museum of Modern Art, Sol LeWitt created twenty-one cubes, carved on separate blocks, which were then assembled like a jigsaw puzzle into a rectangular frame. Our jigsaw merely requires you to reproduce two of these images, one on each side of the puzzle. One is the monochrome Distorted Cubes (A), featuring a matte finish, and on the other side is Distorted Cubes (E), with a glossy and full-colour finish.
Cut your cheese to perfection using this chopping board. The bamboo board has precise degree portions engraved on, as well as defined sizes for 'chunk', 'sliver', 'slice', 'hunk' and 'slab' for those who really like to know exactly what they're doing. Made from bamboo.Measurements: 17.5cm...
An essential desktop tool for anyone who's thoughts expand beyond a linear path. With this notebook you can plan, thumbnail, dream, note, list and develop all your ideas. The grids include: cartesian, isometric, log-log, reticle and architectural as well as ledger tables, storyboard grids and...
Can't really argue with this answer. This wonderful maths oriented exam answer mug would be perfect for any maths student or teacher. Dishwasher resistant. Suitable for use in a microwave. Fine Bone China, 8cm tall.
You'll be the coolest student (or maths teacher) in class with this multi-use and multi-purpose ruler. With an inbuilt set square, protractor, arc tool and circular stencils you can get the band back together and finish your geometry homework at the same time - now...