Puzzlemaker Tony Fisher has designed his latest huge contraption by making a man-sized Rubik’s cube, hollowed out and big enough to fit a man inside.
We see him emerge from the puzzle, a 2x2x2 Rubik’s Cube, showing off the scale of the project, before demonstrating that the puzzle fully works.
To make the puzzle, Fisher used a mass-produced 18cm Cube. As a core and then extended the corners using plastic pipe, cardboard boxes, thick gaffer tape. Using plastic sheeting for the stickers.
The 2x2x2, sometimes called the pocket cube, is a simpler version of the classic Rubik’s Cube.
Lifelong puzzle fan Tony Fisher is known for his other weird creations. Including the former largest 3x3x3 Cube, and also the smallest which is still an official record.