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Mind-bending Illusions

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TIMELESS KINETIC ART

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Ivan Black

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STRESS RELIEVING KINETIC ART

Relaxing & easy to use

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Perfect indoor and outdoor

Square Wave is made of steel and is treated for both indoor and outdoor environments. Yes, You can hang it in your garden or on your patio, Square Wave is made to last. Dimensions are: 9,8 x 9,8 in (25 x 25 cm). You can admire it In a statuesque standing position, or hang it from the ceiling as a wonderful sculpture, or play with it, as it also becomes a relaxing kinetic toy. Either way, Square Wave is a rare example of originality and the perfect gift for people that already have everything.

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Testimonials

I've been mesmerising myself and my kids I received my square wave & hangar pack in Dubai today. Very impressed with the quality and the presentation/storage box is lovely.

ANDREW

I looked about 9 years old while playing with it, eyes like saucers. I found a way to display it on my desk, it goes well with my other Geek Chic (TM) collection! (Just kidding about the TM, but that is my own phrase). Well done!

LYNDA

I'm writing just to let you know that I just bought the new Square Wave version. I enjoyed very much the one that I pledged for on Kickstarter, so here I am again

PAULO

I just received my Square Wave sculpture and immediately took it out of the box and started to play with it. It's a real visual treat! The mesmerizing patterns happen just like the videos online.

RANDY

Welsh sculptor Ivan Black

"Welsh sculptor Ivan Black uses a medium of metal which he cleverly integrates with geometry to create fluid and fairly complex sculptures. The repetition of identical shapes is a recurring theme in Black’s Work. Ivan builds fascinating mobiles that come alive with a simple movement of the wrist. His work has been exhibited in galleries and parks around the world, including the Peggy Guggenheim Museum and the Cass Foundation along side the likes of fellow kinetic artist Anthony Howe’s giant sculptures."