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Carl Solway Gallery


A portfolio of thirteen screenprints and text by Buckminster Fuller published by the Carl Solway Gallery. The portfolio was produced under the supervision of Buckminster Fuller by Colophon, Cincinnati, Ohio. The edition is limited to 60 numbered portfolios (1-60) and 20 hors commerce (I-XX). Each of the thirteen prints consists of two 30 x 40 …

The Lost Inventions of Buckminster Fuller (Part 1 of 3


Independent Resource on R. Buckminster fuller Posted on February 27th, 2009 in4d,DDU,domes,dymaxion,maps,rbf,shelter,stockade The Lost Inventions of R. Buckminster Fulleris a three-part investigation into the inventions of Buckminster Fuller. These essays can serve as companion essays for two previous books by and about Fuller:Inventions(Fuller, St. Martins Press 1983) andThe Dymaxion World of Buckminster Fuller(Marks and Fuller, …

Other Inventions


Fuller was a tinkerer and made many small tools both to explain his principles and to perform useful tasks. All of his patented inventions can be found in his bookInventions: The Patented Works of R. Buckminster Fuller. His second most esteemed invention is “tensegrity or tensional-integrity structures (See sectionWho was Kenneth Snelson and what was …



Buckminster Fuller was truly a man ahead of his time. Fuller was a practical philosopher who demonstrated his ideas as inventions that he called artifacts. Some were built as prototypes; others exist only on paper; all he felt were technically viable. His most famous invention was the Geodesic Dome developed in 1954. Its design created …