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If you consider yourself a puzzle enthusiast, then you might be familiar with the beautiful complexity of Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles. These special objects invite you to assemble and disassemble something that we've all seen before (such as a car or animal). Designer David Weeks has carried on this more than century-long tradition with his multi-colored Cubebot. The bright Beech wood toy is modeled after a robot, but that’s not all it can be. Thanks to an elastic structure, it can bend and stretch in ways you wouldn’t expect—but the ultimate goal is to take it from a wooden companion to a cube and back again.
The multicolored wood Cubebot is available in three sizes: Micro, Small, and Medium.
About David Weeks
The industrial and the artisanal are influential elements to designer David Weeks. For over two decades, he has had a studio in DUMBO, Brooklyn where he has explored these diverse interests that ultimately celebrate the independent maker and old-school craftsmanship.