Prototypes for Rotating Disks and Instruction Sheets, n.d.

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Rotating Disc

Stefan Eins,  two (2)  cutout disks and three (3) instructions sheets explaining how to spin the disks to create colors, n.d.

The disks are handmade in ink and cutout black paper attached to heavy cardstock, 4 in. square. The instruction sheets reflect three related design possibilities. The original, typewritten on paper, 3 ¾ x 7 ¼ in.; and two enlarged photostats, one white letters on black background and the other in reverse, each 8 x 14 in.

2 versions of the color disc
Instructions on black paper
Two (2) other versions of the instructions

This is a work in progress that was never completed by Eins.

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