I combine my love of puzzles and art to create something that stimulates both brain hemispheres.
Some of these puzzles are not much harder to solve than a regular Rubik’s cube, others are fiendishly difficult.
On some puzzles I added sculptural elements, on others, I removed material to reveal hidden internal pieces.
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I do a lot of puzzles with a space motif. I love painting stars.
This is a windmill 2x2x4 cuboid puzzle
H.P.Lovecraft’s ocean terror.
Inside this monster is a regular 3×3 rubik’s cube.
An underappreciated Pokemon
The shape is extreme, but this is just a 3×3 cube in disguise.
I held a puzzle giveaway and let the contestants vote on my subject matter. They chose ‘The Kiss’ by Gustav Klimt.
This is a Dino cube. I trimmed down the corners to reveal those triangle pieces.
The only way this could be more 80’s is if I painted it wearing leg warmers listening to A Flock of Seagulls.
This is a 4×4 cube. Some pieces have been bandaged together, creating a much harder puzzle called an AI cube.
Blacklight reactive and glow-in-the-dark.
This one was really hard to solve.
Most of the pieces on this one were filled in and resculpted, making it three times heavier than a regular rubik’s cube.
The owl from ‘The Once and Future King’s and ‘The Sword in the Stone’
This is an ivy cube. Or it was, before I chopped it up. Now it solves like a Skewb puzzle.
Guillermo del Toro is an amazing filmmaker, this is my tribute to him and his creepy creations. The puzzle is a Coin cube.
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