Spirograph Design Tin Set
Spirograph is back, and it's better than ever. Your whole family can have hours of creative fun with the amazing Spirograph Design Tin Set. Since it was first introduced in 1965, Spirograph has made it possible for aspiring artists of all ages to create beautifully intricate designs. Originally developed by mechanical engineer Denys Fisher for use as a drafting tool, the Spirograph's distinctive wheels and rings cleverly combine the principles of art and mathematics in a way that has inspired and delighted generations. Now you can create your own cool designs and awesome pictures with this fun Spirograph Design Set, Tin. This set features all the iconic wheels and rings of the original, re-engineered and updated for today. Simply choose from the gears and wheels, put your paper in place, and create whirling, spiraling, mix and match patterns for a totally awesome image. Use the design guide to try out tried and true designs, or get creative and create cool and colorful graphics of your own. Packaged in a convenient tin, the Spirograph Design Set includes 7 Spirograph Precision Wheels, 1 Spirograph Precision Ring, 1 Spirograph Precision Rack, 0.21 ounces of Reusable Spiro-Putty, 2 Retractable Ballpoint Pens, 10-page Guide Book, 24-page Design Pad. It all comes in a collectible travel tin with a snap-in storage tray. For age 8 and up.
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