The Magic Cube/Rubik’s Cube real genius is making you get in touch with your frustration. If you make something out of it or not, that’s the best psychoanalysis you can get. That’s why we leave you this video tutorial.
The toy was created in 1980 by a Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture named Ernő Rubik. So now, you have a colorful reason to visit Budapest, dive into romanesque art and follow the Danube river in your way to countries like Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Moldova, Ukraine and Romania. To catch the spirit of Hungary, travel to the music of Franz Liszt. This musician and teacher made possible modern art by influencing and sponsoring the most forward-looking 19th-century composers and by anticipating some 20th-century ideas and trends.
In Hungary we start the Ó Design Tour via googlemaps. Can’t wait to take a real look at the Art Nouveau design of Gellért Baths, the magnificence of the Museum of Fine Arts and hang out between fallen communist leaders at Memento Park. If you’re a bit like us, highlight Hungary in your map and enjoy some free Hungarian lessons via wikibooks.