Disk Combobulation I is an assemblage of 30 floppy diskettes.
The diskettes of same color are arranged as an exploded cube. Each diskette is penetrated by four diskettes of the other colors. 
Labia is an assemblage of 360 CDs
based on an archimedean polyhedron: the small rhombicosidodecahedron.  
Nailbanger's Nightmare 
Fire Ice  


Composed of 24 isosceles trapezoids and 8 equilateral triangles, this curious polyhedron is the intersection of a pair of self dual polyhedra (arranged with perpendicular edges): the canonical form of the tetrahedrally stellated icosahedron.  George W. Hart called this pair of polyhedra Fat and Skinny.
The dark faces are those of an icosidodecahedron, the light faces build three intersecting "rings".  


An icosidodecahedron (12 pentagons and 20 equilateral triangles) has been cut with 30 squares and 6 golden rhombi arranged along three of the six "decagonal equators". 
George W. Hart called this pair of polyhedra Fat and Skinny.
The dark faces are those of an icosidodecahedron, the light faces build three intersecting "rings".  
Millennium Bookball (New York  Northport Public Library  1999) Assemblage of 60 "wooden books" connected by 32 bronze "donuts" based on the rhombic triacontahedron (the books correspond to the edges). Made of six different hard woods, the "books" are carved with the titles and authors of the 60 "best books" of the century. 
Loopy (1999)  
The five dodecahedra with identical faces and faces' angles:

Salamanders (2003)
 
George W. Hart's polyhedral sculptures can be seen in famous universities, in museums... and on his web site!
The French magazine Tangente devoted an article to him in his number 78 (pages 3437), probably inspired by Polyhedron Man. 


cube dissected into three identical polyhedra 
rhombicuboctahedron  
The net of the octahedron has been drawn on a picture of three hexagonal interlaced grids. 

The bronze sculpture renders the three grids in the space. 
Transformation  
Slide Construction 3  Linked Cubes  26 Tetrahedra 

stellated dodecahedron  Szilassi's polyhedron  compound cubeicosahedron 
spiky dodecahedron  snub dodecahedra  pentagonal hexecontahedron 
Evolution 2  Pulse  Star Burst 
Michael Trott  Nested Polyhedra 
Roberto Graña  (the platonic polyhedra) 
Holger Strøm  IQ light (1972)
Museum of Modern Art  Louisiana (Denmark) 
Bob Aurelius  glass dodecahedron 
Charles Perry  Bisected Dodecahedron 
rhombic dodecahedron (jigsaw) 
Sierpinski's tetrahedron 
Roger Viur  interlinked balls 
Martina Schettina  tetrahedral lamp 
tetrahedral kite  arch of parallelepipeds (Lisbon  Portugal)  cubes moving in the wind (Dortmund  Germany) 
more polyhedral art: classic  architecture
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