Italian artist, Andrea Petrachi (aka Himatic) takes broken electronics, recycled materials and old toys and turns them into awesome robotic sculptures.
Andrea will be exhibiting at Drap-Art’10 International Recycling Art Festival of Catalonia— a collective exhibition of art and design created from recyclable materials, from the 18th of December 2010 until 9th of January 2011, BARCELONA.
Fishes Dangerous to Man (book cover) | 1969
by Alan Mark Fletcher | illustrated by Jane Teiko Oka & Willi Baum
These walnut veneer wrapped Ray speakers, from Danish manufacturers, Davone have a look reminiscent of the Eames lounge chair. At $6000 a pair they had better sound as good as they look.
Just been checking out Erik Spiekermann‘s pad over on Dwell. Not only does he have a stainless steel Bulthaup kitchen my wife would kill for, but also a two story bookcase accessible via a remote controlled mountaineer’s harness. Even the boiler (actually a borehole heat exchanger that uses the warmth from 105 feet down below the surface of the earth) is freakin’ sweet.
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Whilst big displays are currently the norm on digital cameras, the Holga D has no display at all, allowing your photographs to remain mysterious until you download the images.