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Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Vladimir Bulatov makes sculptures of fantastic variations on polyhedra and other geometric objects. His site is full of incredible metal, glass, and wooden geometric sculptures, including a full section on pendants and bracelets. Here are just a dozen or so of the hundreds of beautiful objects that he has produced.

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Polyhedral Metal Sculptures of Vladimir Bulatov

What do you think of Vladimir's sculptures and jewelry? Does anything in this post inspire you? Comment below.

Have a great weekend and if you create any math-related art, please share with all of us on the Math Craft corkboard. I hope to share community content in a post on Monday.

7 Comments

I love the bracelet. You can get stuff like that made if you have design in 3d cad programme by various 3d printer companies (even in steel, silver or gold!) . The prices are not bad but I cannot get my ideas in to 3d cad as I have no experience in the programs and they are not meant for beginners

I hear you. I'm actually planning on doing a how to at some point on how to do some basic braided knots. Won't give you anything as cool as this bracelet though.

I made a thick wire turks head knot as a bracelet for a friend - it worked out really nicely. But casting 3d printing would allow one to be so much more precise and detailed

We'll have to do duelling Turk's head posts! I'm sure your method is the proper one...and mine is the cheat. Mine will allow a Mobius band as well. Still haven't done that.

you ever seen the set for a triangular cross section mobius torus? Will dig it out and post it - took me days to get it straight - or in fact very curved

Tried to make one once...but I didn't have a good plan...and it didn't really work. :) Would love to see the correct way.

Sinceramente eu tenho muita inveja de quem consegue fazer tudo isso. Sou iniciante e uma péssima aluna.

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