Baseball Kaleidoscopes, "Eye on Ball" with Stand BY David Kalish.
Kaleidoscope artist David Kalish is known for creating some of the most unexpected and awesome kaleidoscopes on the market, and he really hit a homerun with this baseball kaleidoscope. If you’re thinking, “Wow – that looks a lot like a real baseball,” it’s because it is! To create these wonderfully unique baseball gifts, David Kalish drilled through a regulation baseball and slid a teleidoscope inside, creating the appropriately named ‘Eye on the Ball’ baseball kaleidoscope.
A teleidoscope is similar to a kaleidoscope in that it has a kaleidoscope mirror system inside. Where the two differ is that unlike a kaleidoscope, a teleidoscope has a clear ball lens at the end rather than the traditional beads and glass pieces we most commonly associate with kaleidoscopes. The clear ball lens of a teleidoscope gets its color from whatever you point it toward, reflecting back a kaleidoscopic image. The image you’ll see at the inset shows you what we saw when we pointed one of these unique baseball gifts at a sheet of marbleized paper.
• Regulation baseball size (approximately 3”)
• Boxed for gift-giving