Eric Harshbarger was initially a mathematician by education and a computer engineer by trade, but now makes his living building large-scale LEGO mosaics and sculptures as well as designing mechanical puzzles of all types. He resides in Auburn, Alabama, USA.
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You can read more about Eric Harshbarger’s LEGO mosaics and puzzles at his website. Eric has also produced a number of great books on pentominoes and dissection puzzles you can purchase here. You can purchase a range of his puzzles at Puzzlemaster.
Eric Harshbarger Puzzles
Eric Harshbarger has produced some great puzzles, of which many are below (Please feel free to update on missing puzzles).
|Digits in a Box||Six Ring Circus||Explore|
|Pi-Balled||Peanut Gallery||Self-Referential Panels|
*TheMetagrobologist MOST wanted. Do you have a copy of the 3D ‘Four cubes of cubes’ to sell/trade? Email or PM us on our Facebook Page.
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