These carefully assembled examples of junk art, mostly in the form of robots, come by way of Bryan Marshall, an artist who obviously enjoys his craft. His Flickr photostream is filled with over two-years worth of his work. If you’re interested in purchasing some of his orphaned bots, be sure to check out his Etsy […]
The elemental elements of war, fire, water, air and earth.
Combustible Lemons… Seriously!
The Dark Side by: Martin Miller In its broadest sense, culture is the sum total of our beliefs, our fears, our behavior patterns, our institutions, our common values, as well as our art, music, and literature. But the arts often neglect or omit reference to the Cold War. In fact, most of us who lived […]
NASA Evolving Into Star Wars? NASA Goes to Star Wars Celebration V and Makes Plans For Hyper Drives? NASA talks with “Star wars” creators, stars and fans about the inspiration of the film and the appeal of space exploration. [nasa.gov] Items Taken Into Space Reflect Accomplishments on Earth Astronaut Jim Reilly helped welcome R2-D2 and […]
Kinetic sculptures are an art form practiced by few. Whether stationary or mobile, these impressive pieces can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes. Relying heavily upon mathematical calculations and carefully engineered parts to ensure fluid locomotion, kinetic sculptures are an amazing and modern adaptation of art that everyone can appreciate. Squirrel Power […]
Obsolescence: noun – “A method of stimulating consumer demand by designing products that wear out or become outmoded after limited use”
Remember folks, just as you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, curiosity kills the cat, even robot ones.
From here the King of the Industrial World reigns… The Throne Room Concepted and modeled by: Nathan Chisholm Machine Junky Tagged: concept engineering industrial monarch throne
While this is one of the coolest contraptions we’ve ever come across featured in a black and white photo, we aren’t entirely sure of its authenticity. Please, anyone with info on this armored two-wheeler or the military project responsible for its development, drop us a line in the comments. We’re as curious as you.