A Möbius strip is a physical twist of reality that bridges the gap between a two-dimensional and three-dimensional world, like, if you made a paper doll Dolly Parton.
This particular example of Möbius stripial fantasticality was made with a copper wire skeleton, silver end caps, and wire that was dyed blue with dragon’s blood. The dragon’s blood lends a deep blue color, almost as dark as the cave within which I slayed said dragon. How was I able to slay such a mighty, unrestrainedly fanciful beast? Because I WAS WEARING A MAGICAL MÖBIUS CUFF. This might cause one to wonder, “How, oh powerful Emily, did you slay a dragon by harnessing the power of dragon’s blood if you had no dragon’s blood in the first place?”
Think about it.
[Möbius cuff, sterling silver, copper, wire. Currently available at Metro State’s Center for Innovation Gallery.]