I made this footstool for my father. It has 6 legs giving it the abstract representation of a California fishing pier. As you look at it from the top it looks to have more than six legs, I call this the “Picaso effect.” Where you think you see the legs from looking at it from the top does not correspond to where they are on the bottom. This is another one of my favorite designs. The legs were made from an old wooden garden/yard tool handle. Thereby allowing me to categorize it in this blog and not my AmericanIngenuity-ThomasMurphy.blogspot.com sit, which deals with more unique industrial engineered items.