85,794 Rubik’s Cube Mural

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Wednesday 27 February 2013

Imagine creating a photo of Macau, China’s skyline one pixel at a time. Sounds tedious, right? But that’s exactly what Toronto-based Cube Works Studio did when they created these murals. 85,794 rubik’s cubes were arranged as if they were pixels to create these mind blowing designs. It only took a few months to construct this […]

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Rubik’s Cube for the Blind

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By Gerry Mak in New Trends on Monday 1 August 2011

One of the pieces generating a lot of buzz at the design exhibition Talk to Me up now until November at MOMA is this awesome Rubiks Cube for blind people. It has braille instead of colors.

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Brain Cube

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By Gerry Mak in New Products on Monday 21 February 2011

This is a fully functional Rubiks Cube designed by Jason Freeny in the form of a brain. I really really want one.

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12 Sided IQ Pentagon

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By Gerry Mak in New Products on Wednesday 9 December 2009

You’ve heard of a 12-sided die, but what about a 12-sided Rubiks Cube? Well, I guess it’s not technically a cube anymore, but that’s what the 12-Sided IQ Pentagon is. Unfortunately it’s currently out of stock, but keep an eye out for when Brain Death — as the makers refer to it — is available […]

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Cubicus

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By Raymond Koh in New Products on Wednesday 17 June 2009

As children we all owned a Rubik’s Cube. Well, now there’s a modern version of the beloved puzzle: Cubicus. Instead of matching colours, you now have to put the cube together or create a number of intricate sculptures. All of which is a wonderful twist on an old favorite.

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