Giant distorted iPod
Playing with the Wowpod in the Electroboutique, one of the most interactive exhibitions I’ve ever been to at the Science Museum. Very fun.
Check out more of the mediasculptures here: http://www.electroboutique.com/elec/15
“Opera dei Pupi”
While wandering the narrow streets of Syracuse (on a segway I must add) we happened across this wonderful little puppet making laboratory, La Compagnia dei Pupari (Company of the Puppeteers). The puppet makers were kind enough to let us watch and photograph them while they worked.
“One of Sicily’s strongest cultural traditions is the puppet theatre. Generally the puppeteers re-enact the stories of Charlemagne and his battles against the Saracens, the chivalrous exploits of his Paladins Orlando and Rinaldo, and their rivalry for the love of Angelica.”
Welcome 2010 With the Hottest Decorating Color - Turquoise
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After being separated from our family in Brunei for over five years
we finally got to fly to the other side of the World to surprise our Dad
and this is what happened…
The suitably incredible business letterhead of Nikola Tesla, circa 1900. Inventions featured, clockwise from top-left: Oscillation Transformer, Telautomaton (wireless, remote-controlled devices; pictured is a remotely-operated boat, showcased in 1898), Steam & Gas Turbine, Induction Motor. Centre: Wardenclyffe Tower (never completed).
Related letterhead: Thomas Edison.
Nikola Tesla Company, c.1900 | Submitted by Gina