April 17, 2011
The Eggbot is an open-source art robot that can draw on spherical or egg-shaped objects from the size of a ping pong ball to that of a small grapefruit– roughly 1.25 to 4.25 inches in diameter (3 – 10 cm). The kit is based on the original design by Bruce Shapiro, dating back to 1990. Our version, the “Egg-Bot 2.0,” is a modern and friendly update, designed with the assistance of Bruce and his team.
The Eggbot is super adjustable, and is designed to draw on all kinds of things that are normally “impossible” to print on. Not just eggs but ping pong balls, light bulbs, mini pumpkins, and even things like wine glasses– with a bit of work. In the photos, you can see just a few of the things that you can make with an eggbot: Incredible personalized golf balls, christmas ornaments, light bulbs, and (yes) eggs.
(via) Evil Mad Science
April 16, 2011
Air MAx 1 ID “Eminem” inspired….CAn U say SICK!!!! (via) Jwdanklefs
April 16, 2011
The hourglass of Australian designer Marc Newson for Ikepod is both a traditional stopwatch and a contemporary sculpture. Each piece is entirely hand made in Switzerland and consists of millions of stainless steel nanoballs which flow in 10 minutes or 60 minutes depending on the version.
Watch the video “Marc Newson for Ikepod” directed by Philip Andelman HERE
April 15, 2011
With car sales down and bike sales up, this could come in handy cause alcohol sales never go down. might be kinda hard to pedal but you can figure that out!
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April 14, 2011
When stored in the freezer, these soapstone cubes keep your beverages cold just like ice, but since they don’t melt, they will never dilute your drink. Can also be heated in the oven to keep hot beverages warm.
One box of six whiskey rocks get yours
April 9, 2011
CXXVI a New York based brand with strong American roots has a very
nice collection of Naval /Seaport inspired pieces check them out
November 5, 2010
The Leica M9 Titanium Camera is the latest camera in Leica’s M-Series and is based on a unique design by Walter de’Silva of Volkswagen group. The M9 has been wrapped in solid titanium and features the same distinctive style as the other M-Series Leica camera’s. The M9 Titanium has been upgraded to include a new LED illumination of the bright-line frames, developed carrying concepts and an innovative design concept for the lenses along with the latest shoulder hostler. Only five hundred of the Leica M9 Titanium camera’s will be made and they will be available exclusively from Leica. (via) Sybarites