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.
***IMPERFECT - SMALL MARK, OTHERWISE FINE*** Second cousin once removed, or first cousin twice removed? Calculating cousin-hood has never been easier with this brilliant tea towel. Finally you can establish which of your cousins are once or twice. A hand lettered design by Geoff Sawers....
Brush up on your colour theory whilst doing the dishes with this beautiful tea towel, featuring a diagram of colour and refraction from a late 19th century teaching aid. 100% cotton tea towel.Comes tied with a ribbon.Measures 70 cm x 50 cm.Vegan.
An assortment of piano keyboards, blank for your own greeting. Measures 18 x 13 cm.Comes with envelope.Blank inside.
Grubby Mark on Cover , otherwise OK. The erroneous misuse of statistics by supposedly clever people is explored across entertaining and compelling examples. Some people fear and mistrust numbers. Others want to use them for everything. After a long career as a statistician, Paul Goodwin has...