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"I'm sure that most designers can see the magic in mathematics and geometry. There is a satisfying completeness and logic to polyhedra, and the more you learn about them the more universal and complex they become. There is a purity about shapes known as platonic solids, and when you learn to recognize them they start to appear in everything – nature, crystals, seed pods, black magic, Islamic architecture, you name it." Tom Dixon
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Made by air rotational moulding, with a 5 part tool – the plastic polythene pellets are added into the tool and rotated on a large machine at a high temperature giving even wall thickness.
Jack is just about simple enough to tool up, but complex enough to look like no other roto-moulding. It looks more like a Japanese concrete sea defence or a model of a molecule with a fat and jolly personality.