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Puzzles by Designer > Stuart Gee


stuartgee.jpgStuart Gee has been collecting puzzles since 1983 and always had an interest in designing them.  He started designing in earnest in 2003.  Based in Brisbane, Australia Stuart has designed and made this range of puzzles himself using mostly recycled wood.

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Stuart seen here with his Chrystal Entity puzzle created for display at IPP27.  Stuart folded 1740 individual pieces from paper card to make this puzzle.

 

 

 

 

 




Betty's Baffling Bracelet jarrah wood puzzle Betty's Baffling Bracelet jarrah wood puzzle


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Edward Hordern Puzzle Exchange  - Gold Coast, Australia, August 2007
Presented by Marti Reis.  Made by Brian Young @ Mr Puzzle Australia.  Designed by Stuart Gee.

Status: 30th March 2013. Only 10 left. Once sold we won't make this puzzle again.

The puzzle is to assemble the bracelet into a self supporting and stable rhombic dodecahedron.

 
Diagonal Twins eleven piece interlocking puzzle Diagonal Twins eleven piece interlocking puzzle


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Edward Hordern Puzzle Exchange  - Helsinki, Finland, August 2005
Presented by Brian Young.  Made by Brian Young @ Mr Puzzle Australia.  Designed by Stuart Gee.

The object of the puzzle is to disassemble the eleven pieces and reassemble them into the twin burrs.

An Aussie puzzle friend, Stuart Gee, found many interesting shapes could be made using square stock cut on a 45 diagonal whilst experimenting with puzzles made from folded paper pieces.   Click here to see some of Stuart's experimenting with paper pieces.

The puzzle is made from Red Silky Oak, a native Australian wood.

 

 


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