A combination of mathematics and art, the Foldable Star Sculptures by John Kostick are as mesmerizing
as the designer himself. We recently spent an afternoon with Kostick, and it was like attending a lecture at
MIT. As he explained (very patiently) the principles of tensegrity and non-Cartesian axes, he continued to
spin, fold and unfold his bronze Stars, which he refers to as “mathematical truths that you can hold in your hand.” Step into the fascinating world of John Kostick, designer of the Foldable Star Sculptures.

P.S. That flame that he works with is over 3000° Fahrenheit. His only protection from it: a pair of Ray-
Bans.

See the Star Sculptures at: dwr.com/product/foldable-star-sculptures.do

Music: "Every Night For A Year" by Patrick Ellis. "I Am Running Down the Long Hallway of Viewmont Elementary" by Chris Zabriskie. Licensed under Creative Commons.

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