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Boulding Blocks. Think Outside the Blocks...It's a Gift.

A project in Denver, CO by Mark Boulding

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Take it apart. Put it together. Two pieces, countless possibilities. Start a new dialog with form and space. Accept the challenge.
Backers: 31
Average Pledge Per Backer: $80

Funded: $2,485 of $20,000
Dates: Dec 2nd -> Jan 1st (30 days)
Project By: Mark Boulding
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Latest News

Thank you all for your support. Because of you, Boulding Blocks is a Reality

December 31st - via: kickstarter.com
We may not have met our funding goal, but we know enough from this experience to make a success out of our first production run and beyond.  Watch www.bouldingblocks.com   Happy New Year! New Year's Eve, Santa Fe, NM  (Read More)

Boulding Blocks is Favorited by Design Within Reach

December 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Boulding Blocks, Your Tweet got favorited! Boulding Blocks @BouldingMark @DWR_Tweets 1st production prototype in hand. Puzzling object inspires insane rearrangements. kickstarter.com/projects/42841… pic.twitter.com/3Aj8gw7Rmm 11:13 PM - 18 Dec 14... (Read More)

Merry Christmas from Santa Fe, NM

December 25th - via: kickstarter.com
Happy Holidays to you all. Peace on earth and goodwill to all life.  (Read More)

The first production prototype is in my hands!

December 17th - via: kickstarter.com
All I can say is First production protorype, 12/17/14 OMG!  This thing is beautiful.  After working with 3D laser prints of these objects, the first injection molded cube looks like ivory and onyx.  It is pure, bright and tight.  It's like one... (Read More)

Reply to a media inquiry regarding the mathematical basis of Boulding Blocks

December 17th - via: kickstarter.com
You mentioned an interest in the mathematics behind the cube puzzle. I am not a mathematician, but a professor at the Fuqua Business school at Duke University, said the following: “Looks very interesting. If every unique face on a piece can... (Read More)


December 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Question: How much time and money did Mark Boulding Art put into research and development before going on Kickstarter?  Answer: It has not just been Mark Boulding Art spending time and money on this project. On February 1st, 2014, I made the first... (Read More)

Boulding Blocks: Puzzles that are "outside the box"

December 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Beyond Legos and Rubic’s Cube, a new discovery of spatial relationships is being called “Conjoined Space Theory” by Mark Boulding, a designer and artist who lives and works in Denver Colorado and Santa Fe New Mexico. Boulding Blocks are the... (Read More)


December 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Have sent a lot of Tweets with these images together:  Cube and Sphere, Cube and Sphere Variations, Cube and Sphere Interconnected and Cube/Sphere together.  These really show the basic principle of Conjoined Space Theory. Cube and Sphere Cube and... (Read More)

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