It’s the world’s best selling toy and was invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture, Ernő Rubik. Often dubbed as the Magic Cube, we have seen plenty of inspirations that take on the majestic beauty of the Rubik’s Cube. Here we have a special iteration that glows with the very spirit of the puzzle. The Rubik’s Lamp has been designed by Eric Pautz’ and he gives to us two versions of the lamp. The simple white form sports different textures on each face, giving it an enigmatic appeal. The colored version is closer home to the original and reflects the colors that make the puzzle so popular.
The best part about the Rubik’s Lamp is that you can display it both scrambled and unscrambled. The colored unscrambled looks the best according to me, what do you think?
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