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Archive for July, 2010

Crab Robot

The Crab Robot (Cybernetic Autonomous Remote Barricade) Droid, is a revolutionary robotic sentry system designed by Jamie Martin.”Robot design, modelling and animation by Jamie Martin. Modelled and animated in Maxon Cinema 4D. Edited in Final Cut Pro.”"Policing has been revolutionised with the introduction of the C.R.A.B. robotic sentry system, due to soon be trialled live [...]

Most Stunning Bridges

World’s Most Stunning Bridges (PHOTOS) From the epic expanse of the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge suspension bridge in Japan to the timeless grandeur of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, the world is covered with bridges that are not only marvels of engineering but also of beauty and inspiration.In honor of these achievements, we present 12 stunning bridges [...]

Meat Is Murder Protest by PETA

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) demonstrators mimic typical meat packages with signs reading, ‘Meat Is Murder,’ in Times Square in New York on July 27, 2010. The activists lying nearly naked on large trays and covered with clear plastic will feature oversized price stickers that warn, ‘Billions of Animals Are Abused and [...]

Giant man swimming in grass

A gigantic, life-like statue of a man swimming through the pavement on the bank of the River Thames was unveiled.The fixture, near Tower Bridge, was commissioned by The Discovery Channel to advertise its newest reality show, London Ink, and will be unveiled by the show’s star, Louis Molloy.Mr Molloy is best known for being David [...]

The Scubster – Pedal Boat Submarine

The Scubster A team of engineers plan to venture where no man has gone before after unveiling ,a pedal-boat submarine on the French Riviera.Nicknamed “the Scubster,” the 3.5 metre-long one-man yellow submarine has echoes of the fancy gadgets from fictional spy James Bond.Powered by twin propellers connected to a pedal belt, the mini-sub can reach [...]

Wallpaper Made From Newspapers

Lori Weitzner’s innovative Newsworthy wall covering takes recycled newspapers to a new level. The design is woven on a hand loom from strips of newsprint and backed for all applications from residential to hospitality.Source :- Design Milk

Mila Baby Daydreams

Surfer GirlWhat does your baby dream about while sleeping? Mila’s mother decided to figure out this by creating amazing set of photographs. She is doing her best to imagine, create and capture her child’s daydreams. All pictures are very sweet and ingenious.Adele Enersen in Helsinki says, “This is my maternity leave hobby. While my baby [...]

Lucy Mcrae and her Safety Pin Art

Australian artist Lucy McRae is straddling the worlds of fashion, technology and the body in an exhibition at Sao Paulo’s Museum of Image and Sound this week.A statement from the Rojo Nova Work In Progress exhibition says that as a body architect McRae invents and builds structures on the skin that re-shape the human silhouette.”Her [...]

Marry Me

Graffiti artist Stuart Barrie engaged his skills in the pursuit of love – proposing to his girlfriend in metre-high letters sprayed on a wall.The 37-year-old popped the question to Lucy Rutherford by writing ‘Will you marry me?’ on the side of a youth centre.‘I wanted to do something different,’ said Stuart, ‘something bigger than most [...]

Giant Grass Sofas Growing Around Britain

A dozen huge grass sofas have been installed at tourist attractions around the UK — in a bizarre bid to get couch potatoes out of the house.The sofas – some of which are 30ft long – are the idea of the National Trust and are made from a base of straw which has been watered [...]