As a little boy I found a book at a funky 60’s craft store. It was a detailed guide on how to make all sorts of geometric solids. It provided the “nets” (the flat expression of the preconstructed solid) and ways to create shapes with a protractor and a compass. In a short time my room had all sorts of spheres hanging from the ceiling. My own geometric solar system. I was a strange boy. But this is further proof that we are most at peace when we are creating and refining our original bliss.
These are prototypes for an award to be given to employees of a chemical patent company. They will have a wire icosahedron outside and a hyperdodecahedron inside that will be able to move. It is a bit ambitious but I have wanted to integrate 3D printing in a project for a while now. https://www.shapeways.com/product/95ZNJQGF9/large-120-cell?optionId=78937&li=ostatus