A box full of wild gears…

It was my christmas wish and they are only to be ordered in USA from the designer himself.
We ordered them early, but the fantastic german post had my package forgotten in a corner for more than 3 weeks in Frankfurt.
Thanks to the USPS tracking system you can see every move of your package, but it can also make you completely crazy when there is NO movement, especially when you are lying there suffering from a heavy flu during and after the holidays…sigh.
Then weeks later somebody must have found it and put it into the right direction, so at last I could get the package from the local tax office paying 2.7 % tax, the huge amount of Euro 4,32…what a stupid effort to collect such a little amount, but well…

Anyway unpacking was such fun, to peel off the brown cover and get the thick clear acrylic gears.
Those who read more here might know what it is.
I am a big fan of the old spirograph drawing set from my childhood.
This is a grown up set designed by Aaron Bleackley, it is called Wild Gears and was a successful kickstarter project.

My love was generous enough to buy 2 big sets for me and after playing some days I LOVE them.
At the bottom you can see my first experiments with non-symmetrical shapes. These are a challenge and I love challenges.

Have fun to see me unpack and try them!
More will follow.

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4 thoughts on “A box full of wild gears…

  1. Wow, your designs are really beautiful. I just got a set and I’m busily peeling off the paper and exposing the amazing pieces. Hope you’re still enjoying them. Take care!

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