Lion and Horse And Goat Oh MY! Maze art of various animals by Yonatan Frimer

January 13, 2011

H is for Horse Maze
h is for horse maze by yonatan frimer for the letter H maze

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Maze of a horse, the animal humans used to ride to travel before the car or train was invented. It was either that or walking.  Maze starts in the upper left corner and maze ends in the lower right corner, marked by the arrows.  This maze goes with the maze of the letter H for the kids book, “Learn To A Maze” Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

You can also find Goat Maze online at these links:

G is for Goat Maze
Maze of a goat by Yonatan Frimer

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Maze of a goat, the furry cute farm animal with big horns.  This maze goes with the maze of the letter G for the kids book, “Learn To A Maze” Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

You can also find Goat Maze online at these links:

L is for Lion Maze
Lion maze of letter L by Yonatan Frimer

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Maze of a lion, the king of the jungle and top of the food chain other than humans. Known for their courage, lions are power animals that control large territories and roam and hunt them.  Maze starts in the upper left corner and maze ends in the lower right corner, marked by the arrows.  This maze goes with the maze of the letter L for the kids book, “Learn To A Maze” Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

You can also find Goat Maze online at these links:

Check out more mazes at these links
Maze source for Goat, Lion and Horse Maze
Website Maze Source – Alphabet Mazes
Check out these Massive mazes, some of the largest and coolest mazes you’ll see.

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i is for igloo maze, by Yonatan Frimer

January 11, 2011

I is for Igloo Maze
Igloo Maze by Yonatan Frimer

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Maze of an Igloo, the houses made of snow bricks that the eskimos make. The entrance of the maze is in the upper left corner, and the exit is in the lower right corner of the maze. This maze goes with the maze of the letter i for the kids book, “Learn To A Maze” Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

Maze blog source for this post

Amazing maize maze in New Zeland, plus a few Yonatan Frimer Mazes and maze links thrown in

January 10, 2011

I found this article about a maze in New Zeland that I wanted to share with you, my readers.

Below is the article mixed in with a few of my mazes with fun links of other mazes. I guess you can say is a maze of maze links of a reposted article about maize mazes that I wanted my maze fans to read about. Wow that was a tongue twister 🙂

this link on Karaka

Amazing Maze

Cool maze of a penguin


When:

Thursday 30th December 2010, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Friday 31st December 2010, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday 1st January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday 2nd January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Monday 3rd January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Tuesday 4th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Wednesday 5th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Thursday 6th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

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Saturday 29th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday 30th January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Monday 31st January, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Tuesday 1st February, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Show all upcoming and past dates…

Where:

The Amazing Maze ‘n Maize, 833 Kingseat Road, Karaka

Ticket Information:
Children:$8.00
Adults:$12.00
Family (2 + 2):$35.00
Websites:
www.maze.co.nz
www.spookers.co.nz
www.creepers.co.nz

The Amazing Maze ‘n Maize is a giant maze cut into a paddock of maize (animal feed corn). The maze takes on average 45 minutes to complete. There are over 8 kms of paths, with bridges in the middle to get your bearings or to watch your friends from. Trivia and joke signs are placed throughout the mazes, and visitors can choose to make it a competition or just a walk in the corn.
There are 100 “Kernels of Knowledge” scattered throughout the maze, which relate this year’s new maze theme, Weird and Wacky.

Zebra maze by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a zebra for the letter Z by Yonatan Frimer

The Amazing Maze ‘n Maize has many games and activities to play once you find yourselves out of the maze, including a bouncy castle. Open 7 days a week until the end of April.
The maze is located adjacent to Spookers, at Kingseat, Karaka. There are other family friendly activities for children ages 8 years and older, such as Terror Tours of Spookers Haunted House, and Disturbia, the 3D mind blowing extravaganza.
Children 8 years and older can also come to Creepers, on Thursday nights during the school holidays.

eventfinder.co.nz

Train Maze by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a train for the letter T

Maze of a deer caught in the headlights by Yonatan Frimer

Deer in the headlights maze yonatan frimer

I grabbed this from this maze link

Also got mazes and stuff for links here

Wedding Maze – Bride and Groom Maze portrait of Yasha And Ayala Harari, Created by Yonatan Frimer

January 7, 2011

Wedding Maze Portait of Bride & Groom
bride and groom maze by Yonatan Frimer

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Maze portrait of Yasha Harari as the groom and Ayala Cutzu-Harari as the bride. Good friends of mine who got married in early January 2011. I had made a small wage beer bet a few weeks prior to the wedding and made this portrait to settle the gamble I took. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. HINT FOR THE MAZE SOLUTION: The path for the maze solution runs across both their hearts.
Created by Yonatan Frimer

You can also view this maze at he following source:

Maze art of the numbers three, five, six and nine, all in the form of mazes by Yonatan Frimer

January 4, 2011

Number Three (3) Maze
Maze by Yonatan Frimer of the number three (3)
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Maze of the number three (3) created by Yonatan Frimer. Maze of from the numbers chapter of the book “Learn To A Maze” which helps kids learn the alphabet and numbers through the use of mazes.


Number  Nine (9) Maze
Maze by Yonatan Frimer of the number nine (9)
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Maze of the number nine (9) created by Yonatan Frimer. Maze of from the numbers chapter of the book “Learn To A Maze” which helps kids learn the alphabet and numbers through the use of mazes.


Number  Five (5) Maze
Yonatan Frimer maze of the number five (5)

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Maze of the number Five (5) for the maze learning book “Learn To A Maze”. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Number  Six (6) Maze
Number Six (6) Maze
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Maze of the number Six (6) for the maze learning book “Learn To A Maze”. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Penguin maze for the letter P maze in the book “Learn To A Maze” By Yonatan Frimer

December 31, 2010

P is for Penguin – Maze of PenguinCool maze of a penguin

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Maze of cute little penguin, a flightless bird that is found around Antarctica and the north pole. The entrance of the maze is in the upper left corner, and the exit is in the lower right corner of the maze. This maze goes with the maze of the letter P for the kids book, “Learn To A Maze” Which uses mazes to teach kids the alphabet. By Yonatan Frimer.

Some interesting links for y’all to check out:

Some fun facts from wikipedia about Penguins:
Penguins (order Sphenisciformes, family Spheniscidae) are a group of aquatic, flightless birds living almost exclusively in the southern hemisphere, especially in Antarctica. Highly adapted for life in the water, penguins have countershaded dark and white plumage, and their wings have become flippers. Most penguins feed on krill, fish, squid, and other forms of sealife caught while swimming underwater. They spend about half of their lives on land and half in the oceans.

Although all penguin species are native to the southern hemisphere, they are not found only in cold climates, such as Antarctica. In fact, only a few species of penguin live so far south. Several species are found in the temperate zone, and one species, the Galápagos Penguin, lives near the equator.

Mill Meadows maze idea dubbed ‘lunacy’ – Henley Standard

December 30, 2010

Mill Meadows maze idea dubbed ‘lunacy’

A MAZE could be created in Mill Meadows in Henley. It would have waist-high hedges and notice boards with information about the meadows, which are popular with visitors, and other places of interest in town.

On Tuesday, members of the town council’s recreation and amenities committee agreed to investigate the proposal and consider reinstating the putting green. Councillor Elizabeth Hodgkin called the maze a “lovely idea”.

“This could be one thought for celebrating the Queen’s jubilee,” she said.

But Councillor Barry Wood said the maze would just be a case of “filling spaces” and claimed that the council had previously used Mill Meadows for “dumping things”.

He said: “A maze is lunacy — it would be blocking an open space. I would like to see more open space and keep the ambience of Mill Meadows.”

Cllr Hodgkin responded: “The maze would not be built on the meadow but on a more feasible area.

“This particular space has been very difficult for us. We have tried a number of things such as a putting green there but it didn’t go well. Then we tried a picnic area but that didn’t go well either.

“I propose carrying out further investigation because it is worthy of it.”

Her proposal was seconded by Mayor Jeni Wood and passed by three votes to one with one abstention.

An earlier proposal to put a maze in Marsh Meadows was rejected by town councillors following an objection from Paul Mainds, chief executive of the River and Rowing Museum, and because it was an inappropriate location.

Read this article at it’s source

Maze of Number Four (4) and Maze of Lucky Number Seven (7) by Yonatan Frimer

December 30, 2010

Number  Seven (7) Maze
Psychedelic Seven Maze
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Maze of the number Seven (7) in a psychedelic half-tone that creates a great illusion. Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Number  Four (4) Maze
Number four maze
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Maze of the number Four (4) Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Visit http://www.teamofmonkeys.com for more cool mazes

Check out some other Yonatan Frimer Maze Art Mazes:

Deer in the headlights maze yonatan frimer

Maze of a zebra for the letter Z by Yonatan Frimer

 

 

Source for these mazes thanks to this source

Maze of Numbers, mazes of numbers Zero, Two and Eight, by Yonatan Frimer

December 27, 2010
Number Eight (8) Maze
Eight is a Maze

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Trippy checkered maze of the Number Eight. Maze starts in the upper left corner and the maze ends in the lower right corner. Should take about 30-90 seconds to solve this one, how long does it take you to solve the maze? Created by Yonatan Frimer

Number Two (2) Maze

maze of number two

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Maze of the number two (2) Maze starts in the upper left corner and ends in the lower right corner. Created by Yonatan Frimer

Zero Maze
yonatan frimer zero maze
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Maze of the number zero, of no value, nill, null, zilch, zippo, nada, nothing, empty, please come back later. Maze starts in the upper left corner and maze ends in the lower right corner. This maze takes about 30 to 90 seconds to solve. How long does it take you? Created by Yonatan Frimer

Yonatan Frimer Mazes

Source for this maze art content

Maze content source art

Maze of a zebra for the letter Z by Yonatan FrimerDeer in the headlights maze yonatan frimer

Animal Mazes: Zebra Maze and Deer Maze – By Yonatan Frimer

December 23, 2010

Maze of a Zebra amongst the stripes, by Yonatan Frimer

Maze of a zebra for the letter Z by Yonatan Frimer
Maze of a shy zebra with his stripes against other stripes. Entrance of the maze is in the upper left corner and exit of the maze is near his mouth in the lower right corner.
Click for Maze Solution of Z is for Zebra Maze

Maze of deer caught in the headlights
Deer in the headlights maze yonatan frimer

Maze of a deer caught in the headlights. Optical illusion psychedelic effects are caused by perpendicular lines to represent the shape of a deer. Causes the image to process in the brain longer and more memorable maze.

We invite you to also visit some of these links to check out some more mazes:

  1. Check out more mazes from Yonatan Frimer.
  2. More Zebra Maze and Deer in Headlights Maze.
  3. Maze Blog of these mazes too.
  4. Yet another Maze of Mazes blog by Yonatan Frimer lots of mazes here.
  5. Defacto Animal Mazes of Zebra And Deer.
  6. Another source for these mazes, maze blog for the masses.
  7. Yet another maze blog source/