For anyone who is not familiar with sliceforms read John Sharp's book "Surfaces, Explorations with Sliceforms".
Sliceform modelling is a technique which lies happily on the borders between art and mathematics. The models are made from intersecting sets of parallel panels made of paper, cardboard, wood, plexiglas or MDF which slot together to generate interesting 3-dimensional surfaces or objects.
I got so excited by this subject that I wrote some software to create the sliceforms with my laser cutter.
It's a plugin for the free Google SketchUp software, you can find it at Public Art International's website:
There is also a very nice video on the webpage.