#10 - Falling Man

Scopes: Falling Man (Three versions exist - Light blue with red dot, Blue with white falling men and Red with white falling men).

Manufactured By: Designed by Trovascope (based on the artwork of Ernest Trova).  Note: it is likely that Steven Manufacturing Company build these scopes since they are the exact size and materials as a Steven #150.

Distributed By: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York City.

Reason for this Rating: Cool graphics and interesting designs caused by the "falling man' objects inside the scopes.

Year: "Light blue with red dot" scope is from 1974 and "blue with white falling men" scope is unknown

Dimensions: 8 5/8 inches tall (includes 2 5/8 inch cell) and 2 inches in diameter (cell is 2 3/8 inches in diameter).

Interior Image:  5 Point Mandala (36 degree 2-mirror system).

Objects: Colored plastic pieces. Scopes also contain variable size clear squares with black images of falling men (see photo above). 

Below are the scopes.

 

Below is the wording on the light blue scope (the other scope says "Designed by Trova Kaleidoscope").

Below are the images.  notice the falling man in each image).

 

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