With 92 dodecahedra, if you arrange them just right, you can make a model of a rhombic triacontahedron:
Also, referring back to the first model shown, here is a picture of just one of the red rhombi-made-of-dodecahedra.
The first polyhedron shown in this post has an interesting dual, as well. Here it is, colored by face-type (position within the overall shape):
Here is another view of the dual, colored by number of edges per face.
Here’s one more view of the dual, in “rainbow color mode.”
Returning to the original model, at the top of this post, here’s what it looks like, if colored by face type:
Here’s one more view, in “rainbow color mode.”
All of these images were created using Stella 4d, a program you can buy, or try for free, right here.