Nice piece based on the Archimedian body geometry. What's that mean?
See the following from Wikipedia:
The Archimedian bodies are a class of regular geometric bodies. They are convex polyhedra (polyhedron) with the following characteristics: their faces are regular polygons (polygons), all corners of the body behave identical to each other (uniformity of the corners), and they are neither Platonic solids even prisms or anti prisms .Depending on the counting method, there are 13 or 15 such bodies. They are named after the Greek mathematician Archimedes, who probably discovered them all in the third century before Christ. Archimedes' writing is not preserved; it is only a summary of the Alexandrian mathematician Pappos (4th century AD).