Over on Shapeways, community member and rubik's puzzle fanatic Oskar van Deventer has been turning a few heads with his, apparently world-record breaking, 17x17x17 Rubik's cube. This marvel took 15 hours for Oskar to produce; first 3D printing the parts and then dying and assembling the 1539 pieces by hand.
The "Over the Top" cube will be officially unveiled at the wonderfully named New York Puzzle Party Symposium on the 12th February.
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from Sydney, DPM Creative Group, create some business cards that looked pretty similar to that. Very creative, inventive stuff. THanks!~