Henry Chasey's collection of acrylic polyhedra includes a wide range of polyhedra: the Platonic Solids, the Archimedean Solids, the Kepler and Poinsot Polyhedra, the Compound Solids, and the Stellated and Truncated Polyhedra. Included in his collection is a variation of these historical forms that he himself developed, which he refers to as "explosions." The sizes of the individual pieces vary, from larger than a soccer ball to smaller than a golf ball. The hues used include clear, translucent, black and white and colored. The acrylic sheets have been, most commonly, 1/8 inch thick. The individual sections are fused together, not glued.