The mesmerising shenanigans of a large spiral of cut aluminium manipulated by designer and fabricator Chaz Capobianco (who may just have invented the new Slinky).
Flux: a 3D printed zoetrope sculpture created by German designers Dieter Pilger, Janno Ströcker and Frederik Scheve. Unusually, no strobe lighting is required to view the animation effect. Instead, the glowing surface appears to move when spun in regular light (or darkness).
The team credits the Fibonacci zoetropes of artist and Stanford lecturer John Edmark as their inspiration.
Slip-proof, Spirograph-like geometric shenannigans with your cursor.
A curved, laminated wooden spiral staircase by Norwegian architect Tron Meyer.
Previously: Stair Porn
A high speed shot of a spinning tennis ball (top) complete with logarithmically spiralling water spray by Arvin Rahimzadeh.
That’s not a pattern you’re seeing there.
It’s the pattern.
The T&T Pen-ink Chamber. Twice the ink without increasing the diameter of the refill (which causes the ink to leak).
Currently entered for an IF Concept Design Award. And rightly so.