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Richard Sweeney's worlds

Young British designer, Richard Sweeney, creates amazing paper sculptures. It is interesting that regular polyhedra are the basis for many of them. On his website http://www.richardsweeney.co.uk  he even gives the names of regular polyhedra to the created geometric shapes.


Dodecahedron II

Icosahedron II




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