Devil’s Bridge

DEVIL’S BRIDGE. Inspired by the model of the bridge Codex Atlanticus designed by Leonardo da Vinci in 1487. Legend has it that one day the Master Builder creates a bridge robust, simple and well done. Word spread that only with supernatural help this wonderful work could be built. In return, the manufacturer had promised the … Read more

Escape from Alcatraz

Help a prisoner escape, modify the position of the 5 pieces. By trying you will recreate a square with the same dimensions. But surprise a hole will appear, so that the prisoner finds the way out. Modifica la posizione dei 5 pezzi, provando potrai ricreare un quadrato delle dimensioni uguali, ma sorpresa scoprirai un buco … Read more

Voyage dans la lune & The mad hatter tea party

A trip to the moon   ‘It’s the stupidest tea-party I ever was at in all my life!’ Nevertheless you are there and you have to make the Mad Hatter and the March Hare transform their hats in tea-cups by sending them inside the slots on the table. The two players choose who to be, … Read more

Photosynthesis

LA FOTOSINTESI CLOROFILLIANA Questo gioco e’ un omaggio alla VERDE FOGLIA che con l’aiuto della LUCE SOLARE, cattura 6 molecole di biossido di carbonio, CO2, le combina con 6 molecole di acqua, H2O, per fabbricarsi una grossa molecola di glucosio, C6H12O6, di cui la pianta si nutre e libera nell’aria 12 atomi di ossigeno, per … Read more

Pythagoras

This is a tile formed by 14 pieces. It was situated a hundred years ago in the gardens of the library of Cordoba. An abstract geometric decoration. Its origins date back to 1100 , when Cordoba was a center of civilazation , culture and tolerance, in which arabs, jews and christians lived in great harmony. … Read more

Le Bateau Ivre

From le bateau ivre: wikipedia hommage a Rimbaud. Si je dèsire une eau d’Europe c’est la flache Noire et froide où vers un crèpuscule embaumé Un enfant accroupi, plein des tristesses, lache Un bateau frèle comme un papillon de mai. Arthur Rimbaud

Hommage to Albrecht Durer

Can you make a square so that not only the rows,columns and diagonals add to 34, but also the 4 corner numbers, the 4 central numbers and each of the 2×2 corner squares add to 34? who was Albrecht Dürer Ed Brumgnach on Magic Squares and Masonic Cipher