This polyhedron has 24 faces: 12 pentagrams and 12 intersecting pentagons. The surface of each pentagon is covered except for 5 rhombic areas.
If you want to make a paper model of this polyhedron, you need 12 pentagrams and 60 rhombi. The rhombi are easy to construct once you have made a pentagram -- the edge lengths are equal to the exterior edge-length of the pentagram and the larger internal angle is the same as the internal angle of a pentagon, i.e. 108 degrees). If you have 6 colors of paper, you can assign one color to each set of mutually parallel faces -- make 2 pentagrams and 10 rhombi of each color.
I also have a color version of this, to be viewed stereoscopically with the "look crossed" method and a JPS version to be viewed with LCD shutter glasses.
Math software was used to generate the input data for the POV-Ray ray-tracing program. Left and right images were rendered separately then combined using Adobe Photoshop LE.