Monthly Archives: August 2008
Who says truckers can’t be green? This example of environmentally friendly automotive design comes from Makezine.
Rumours of the discovery of Bigfoot in America were wrong: the primitive and shaggy monster has been tracked down in his lair right under our noses, in North Sydney. Bounty hunters have sprung into action, trying to win the reward … Continue reading
I’m testing an installation of NextGen Gallery so here are some random images of architectural maquettes, screens and installations that I have done over the last few years:
Some creative consumers like to stop junk mail before it ever reaches their mailboxes. But rather then communicating their wishes to direct mailers, they let their mailboxes do the talking – hopefully, the postman will actually listen! Other people take … Continue reading
Ahh, the joys of a gallop in the great outdoors, the smell of sweaty leather, and the pleasure of shovelling manure………. The £40,000 virtual reality riding machine combines a mechanical horse with a host of electronic sensors and a screen, … Continue reading
I’ve heard of fat cats, but this one takes the cake! A 44-pound feline was found strolling around Voorhees, New Jersey without a collar. “She’s built like a quarterback,” said Deborah Wright, a shelter volunteer and current foster owner of … Continue reading