Each panel is dedicated to each of the eleven different developments that the cube can have on a straight surface. Represented are the “boxes” that could be made, with even the flaps that, if made of paper, would be folded and glued. The square mosaic tiles perform as pixels which, 

placed side by side following a rule, produce an image. Each box has a different coloured side, orange, which shows what would be the base of the box. Having the cube six faces, six are the versions represented in each mosaic panel. Changing the base also changes the layout of the flaps. The title, “66 BOXES”, says nothing more than the number of boxes reproduced in the entire series.