window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || []; function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);} gtag('js', new Date()); gtag('config', 'G-2SDTJTBDFN'); Syntax - Steve Tobin


SYNTAX was made by welding cast bronze letters and numbers together into a small sphere, then encased by larger and larger spheres. The outer layer is composed of about 4,000 letter ‘trees,’ with about 20 letters on each “tree,” each joined by more letters. When the sphere was finished (after 2,000 man-hours of labor), it was cut into with successively smaller concentric circles, shrinking towards the center, allowing the viewer to see into the construction. There are enough combinations of letters to sum up all knowledge. I calculated that we speak about the same amount of letters or numbers each day, more or less. About 90% of the letters are not viewable and must be imagined, a kind of infinity within a 6′ form.

The WORLD BALL is made the same way with mirror-polished steel from a variety of alphabets: Latin, Cyrillic, Mandarin, Hebrew, Arabic, etc., bringing together the world’s languages as one.

Like in the Kabbalah and other cultures’ sacred books, the information is all there for you to unravel.