OK… so it’s not a real one as the neck doesn’t really intersect the body.
A ‘real’ Klein bottle is an object with no inside and no outside that can only exist in four dimensions, a bit like a Möbius strip but even more fascinating.
Via Docs Chops.
Via VISUAL ACUITY.
Objects of Empathy, by Miya Kondo, proposes “conceptual and aesthetic forms for everyday rituals with gesture, posture, handling and materiality. Ambiguous forms invite engagement and interaction creating a personal relationship to the object, and thus defining the functionality of the object. These objects with no clearly defined function and with seemingly ambiguous meaning invite personal and subjective interpretation and reflection thereby giving them their symbolic value.”
“Functioning is not merely the function of things, but also their mystery.”
1974 Lamborghini Bravo prototype, designed by Gruppo Bertone.
Photographed by Benedict Redgrove.
Cool identity created for Jamie Bruski Tetsill by Pete Rossi.
Love this image by photographer Michael Jacobs.
Another awesome find from Skinflint… Reclaimed French railway lights, circa 1950.
With two part cast industrial grey aluminum enclosure, integral bracket permitting lateral adjustment and etched glass diffusion lens with internal mirrored optic. Supplied with two metres of olive green braided cable.