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A kinetic optical illusion sculpture, with a new kind of limited edition — I will make however many people want in the next 60 days.
A kinetic optical illusion sculpture, with a new kind of limited edition — I will make however many people want in the next 60 days.
209 backers pledged $33,582 to help bring this project to life.

They have arrived!

Well, it took longer than expected, but the remaining Moore Pattern sculptures have finally arrived by sea freight. They actually reached the US a while ago but were held up in customs, so apologies for anyone wondering why you hadn't heard anything in a while — I didn't want to send an update until I had something useful to say.

So, they're here, and I'm working right now on shipping them out this week. You should receive them soon!

Thanks again for everyone's patience! I look forward to people's feedback, comments, etc, and hopefully some pictures of your piece installed. Thanks for supporting this piece — I hope you enjoy it!

Best, Jeff

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Comments

    1. Creator Schwanzus longus (deleted) on February 7, 2012

      Hi Jeff, did you send the sculptures to europe already? Just cant wait to hold one in my hands...
      Markus

    2. Creator Jeff Lieberman on February 2, 2012

      Hey everyone - glad it's reaching you.. if you missed it, the previous update linked to a movie installation as directions — I didn't send any paper ones. Here it is again:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch…

      Enjoy everyone!

    3. Creator Mark on February 2, 2012

      Just arrived today, all the way from across the unfrozen Charles! Excited to get home and install!

    4. Creator Alan Wu on February 2, 2012

      Just got it, shipped from right across the Charles River. Is there supposed to be an instruction sheet, or did I miss out on something? Installation seems relatively obvious, but recommended dimensions and any non-obvious tips would be appreciated. Build quality seems decent. Lots of little styrofoam packing fragments static-clinging to everything, gathered them up with sticky tape. Carefully disentangling the elastic drive belt from the wheels was tedious, until I realized that the wheels could simply be slid off their axle to expedite matters. It seems like such a long time ago that I Kickstarted this; I'm looking forward to finally seeing it on my wall!

    5. Creator Kate Fotopoulos on January 31, 2012

      Whoo-hoo! Can't wait. Congratulations!