 
 On a big Cube Day from CFF on 6 october in the
Netherlands I met Tony Fisher. I consider myself a big fan of his creations. So I bought
all the variatons he had. 
Tony Fisher holding
the, Fisher's Hexagonal Prism
 One puzzle was a very Big BIG Rubik's Cube with a size 19.5 x 19.5
x 19.5 cm. So this is even more the volume of 27 normal cubes! 
 Tony only made one sample I got it! It is fully funtional 3x3x3 cube. The cubies are
made from PVC and are hollow. It is not that heavy so it turns fine! 
 I also met Anthony Greenhill. an other great puzzle builder, he made nice "Double
Cheese" from a Rubik's UFO. Anthony made the Puzzle parts from PVC sheets. 
pictures where kindly supplied by Geert Hellings
Anthony
Greenhill
 Tony Fisher and Anthony Greenhill with his wife Laura with the Cube cake and the
BIG Cube 
 And I met with Geert Hellings the collector and puzzle builder with his versions of the
2x2x4 and 2x2x6. The 2x2x4 and 2x2x6 are based on a 4x4x4 and is an invention of Geert. The principle
is a simple but great idea to use the 4x4x4 centers as axle. So on the 2x2x6 the 6th layer
are the centers off a 4x4x4. 
 He also made a "Cubic's Tangle" based on a 2x2x2 cube. In solved state the
Tangle color design must match on each face. 
pictures where kindly supplied by Geert Hellings
 And there was the TwinCube a 3D sliding puzzle from Carlo Gitt, that was also on the
IPP22 convention. This is build from two RTL Magic
puzzles. The cubies can be mixed from one cube side to the other. The outside can be blue,
yellow or red as on the RTL Magic. The RTL
Magic is a MagicJack variation. 
Carlo Gitt, with the
Twin Cube in Yellow and Red state
 And I got .... 
 Oeps 
