Dimitri Tishchenko is a computer programmer who also knows his way around Buckyballs. His Buckyballs sculptures are amazing works of art that are more likely to be found on a work desk than in a museum.
In case you've been living under a rock, Buckyballs are small magnetic beads that can be stuck together to form shapes and sculptures. Dimitri Tishchenko has created impressive 3D figures that are as impressive as any piece of art I've ever seen. If you're looking for a way to beat the workday blues, you've got to check Dimitri Tishchenko's Buckyball sculptures out.
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