Seriously....how the hell does this contraption work? Developed by Furukawa Kikou, this robotic machine can pick up semi liquid gels and sauces without leaving a trac behind on the counter!!! It looks like it uses some form of conveyor belt system to get the crap from the surface, but cos the patent is pending, we wont know til later...
Foreign Beggars team up with French graffer/rapper GREMS and get the track produced by Machinedrum!! The video is shot in various locations on Brick Lane..nice to see BERP, SPUT & SAMER et al. getting featured in the background!
Mati Karmin is an Estonian sculptor and designer who creates mad art pieces and fully functional objects from found sea mines! Mati finds mines on the shore of the island Naissaar, located in the Gulf of Finland, not far from Tallinn. This was a former military facility, where mines have remained from the First and Second World Wars....
Sagaki Keita creates super detailed compositions using thousands of smaller characters and illustrations to make the overall design....these must have taken him so long, I can't even begin to imagine where he starts!
"Jack Heathcote has converted the cellar of his five-bedroom house into Britain’s biggest domestic aquarium.
The 37-year-old, who lives in the Carlton district of Nottingham, has created a private underwater world in the basement of his five-bedroom home, filled with exotic species usually only seen in such far-flung corners of the world as the Amazon and Congo.
Jack paid just £700 for the glass panels and £800 for the fibreglass lining, adding that the tank cost him £5,000 in total to build. He has also stuck to simple decoration in the tank, which includes large, smooth boulders along with the branches of a damson tree which he chopped in half.
The tank is an L-shape from front to back, meaning that the space immediately behind the bay window is 7ft deep, while the rest of the floor space is subdivided by a ledge that used to be the foundation for the window.
And the collection in the tank - which includes some valuable species - consists of two chainsaw doradids, three 2ft long Pacus, some Pangasius, a Red tail hybrid catfish, two alligator gars, eight enormous stingrays and two Fly River turtles.
They will soon be joined by two silver arowanas, which are more commonly found in the Amazon River Basin."
To be honest, I love the concept but surely he could have put more effort into decorating it with natural vegetation for the fish & turtles??