888 is an intricarved Grampians sandstone sculpture from the geometric series by Australian sculptor and artisan stonemason Cal the Stoner.

888 is an intricarved Grampian sandstone sculpture from the geometric series.

A sandstone 300mm cube poised on a fiddle back red gum base on a single vortex. The number 8 and two versions of the Chinese character for 8 feature on the cubes three upper faces. The sculpture then sits upon a crafted aluminium stand reflecting Chinese roofing architecture

Medium: red and cream-gold Grampian sandstone, fiddle back red gum, aluminium
Height: aluminium plinth- 888mm, red gum base – 70mm, cube- 500mm. Total height – 1,458mm
Width: plinth – top; 370mm square, base; 590mm square, red gum – 370mm square, cube – 430mm, cube square – 300mm
Weight: 90kg

888 is an indoor sculpture