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Twists And Turns

Shashibo Makers Andreas Hoenigschmid and Kevin Daniels bonded over their shared love for fire performing. Andreas, a mathematician and artist, introduced Kevin to a puzzle he created and spent years perfecting. Kevin, of course, was drawn to it as well.

The magnetic puzzle box opens up a world of discovery and play for children and adults. Transforming the box into new shapes (fun fact: Shashibo stands for “shape shifting box”) provides endless exploration and fun. Flip, fold, twist, and turn—and keep endlessly changing what’s in your hands. Kids can connect and combine multiple boxes to create even more shapes and unique patterns while also getting hands-on experience with STEM principles.

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Discovered 11/5/2019

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Maker Story

Twists And Turns

Shashibo Makers Andreas Hoenigschmid and Kevin Daniels bonded over their shared love for fire performing. Andreas, a mathematician and artist, introduced Kevin to a puzzle he created and spent years perfecting. Kevin, of course, was drawn to it as well.

The magnetic puzzle box opens up a world of discovery and play for children and adults. Transforming the box into new shapes (fun fact: Shashibo stands for “shape shifting box”) provides endless exploration and fun. Flip, fold, twist, and turn—and keep endlessly changing what’s in your hands. Kids can connect and combine multiple boxes to create even more shapes and unique patterns while also getting hands-on experience with STEM principles.