Fr. Magnus Wenninger (Regular Dodecahedron)

Untitled, cardstock and glue. Contributed by Thomas Sibley.

[12 F, 30 E, 20 V] The Polyplane producers are honored to have the opportunity to include a model created by the renowned late Fr. Magnus Wenninger. Fr. Magnus, a Benedictine monk, made his name as one of the greatest polyhedron-model constructors of all time by being the first to complete physical models of all 75 uniform polyhedra, including many challenging self-intersecting shapes. He went on to write three books on the art and mathematics of constructing polyhedral models, constructing thousands of distinct models over the course of his career. His work was an inspiration to innumerable other mathematicians and artists.