magnobots:

New MAGNOBoTS Have Invaded the Human Sectors!!  Don’t Panic!
http://www.etsy.com/shop/MAGNOBOTS?ref=si_shop

Check Out my new other thing!  MAGNOBoTS are interactive magnetic robots with faces you can rearrange!  Super Cute!

magnobots:

New MAGNOBoTS Have Invaded the Human Sectors!!  Don’t Panic!

http://www.etsy.com/shop/MAGNOBOTS?ref=si_shop

Check Out my new other thing!  MAGNOBoTS are interactive magnetic robots with faces you can rearrange!  Super Cute!

elixir9:

Very nice work in this steampunk watch Tattoo by Panda Conny at Sissi got inked in Wien, Austria.  Original clock design by The Clockwork of Eric Freitas.

elixir9:

Very nice work in this steampunk watch Tattoo by Panda Conny at Sissi got inked in Wien, Austria.
Original clock design by The Clockwork of Eric Freitas.

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likeafieldmouse:

Gerhard Richter - Canaletto (1990)

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Stretch:  Robot Assemblage by Will Wagenaar 2013

thisistheverge:

It’s not ‘Hellraiser,’ it’s Nietzsche’s writing ball
Friedrich Nietzsche, the 19th century German philosopher whose polemic writings still resonate today, was among the first few people in the world to use a typewriter. Or, as it was called at the time, a writing ball. Crafted by Danish inventor Rasmus Malling-Hansen, the writing ball had a number of advantages over competing designs: it was quieter in operation, simpler in construction, cheaper, and more portable. In retrospect, you can also add that it had the iconic appearance of a product of the mechanical age. 

thisistheverge:

It’s not ‘Hellraiser,’ it’s Nietzsche’s writing ball

Friedrich Nietzsche, the 19th century German philosopher whose polemic writings still resonate today, was among the first few people in the world to use a typewriter. Or, as it was called at the time, a writing ball. Crafted by Danish inventor Rasmus Malling-Hansen, the writing ball had a number of advantages over competing designs: it was quieter in operation, simpler in construction, cheaper, and more portable. In retrospect, you can also add that it had the iconic appearance of a product of the mechanical age. 

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shellydinferno:

The Imperial Crypt in Vienna

Kaisergruft

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RIOT, Robot Dragon Assemblage by Will Wagenaar, 2013

While strolling about the industrial park the other day,  fortune was gracious enough to let me sneak some shots of the elusive Riot.   When he’s not sturring up social unrest and civil disobedience, he can often times be found in the haze of the fumes he is ever so fond of.  

http://www.etsy.com/listing/157124169/riot-a-rebellious-robot-dragon

tumblropenarts:

"Stockholm Syndrome"
Lithograph 12” x 16”
2013
http://www.tumblr.com/blog/2w2y
www.aaroncolemanprintmaking.com

tumblropenarts:

"Stockholm Syndrome"

Lithograph 12” x 16”

2013

http://www.tumblr.com/blog/2w2y

www.aaroncolemanprintmaking.com

regibean:

When patients were committed to the Willard Asylum for the Insane in Upstate New York, they arrived with a suitcase packed with all of the possessions they thought they needed for their time inside.
Most never left. The mental hospital had an average stay of nearly 30 years. When patients died, they were buried in nameless graves across the street of the asylum. Their suitcases, with all their worldly possessions, were locked in an attic and forgotten.
In 1995, an employee of the mental hospital discovered the suitcases, 400 of them. They date from 1910 to 1960.
Now, photographer Jon Crispin is cataloging each suitcase and opening a window into the lives - and the minds - of the people deemed too unwell to be allowed in society.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

“Second Skin” exhibition designed by Nick Cave and Bob Faust.

Solo exhibition, “Sojourn,” at the Denver Art MuseumThe exhibitions will be on view through September 22.

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labellenouvelle:

VINTAGE SURGICAL LIGHT.

A vintage early 1940’s brass surgical light made by Wilmot Castle of Rochester, NY. Fully articulated to turn and pivot. It can be used on a table, wall or ceiling mounted. This is a rare model since most lights have a nickel plate finish. 

Dimensions: 24” tall x 17” wide x 14” deep.

List Price: $ 1800

Item No. E1524.

Please contact LBNO for further information or trade consideration.

504.581.3733 / t

info@labellenouvelle.com / e

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"Nomad"  Found Object Assemblage, by Will Wagenaar 2013

He’s trekked across 35 continents on 5 different planets. The Notorians of Radicom held him prisoner for 6 years for subversion. It was a trumped up charge. Finally, the Emperor of the neighboring city of Grenadon intervened negotiating his release. It seems his daughter, the Princess Abassia, pines for Nomad’s return. The journey is sure to be dangerous, NOMAD may stumble along the path. But he will, in his intrepid way, reunite with his beloved.   

http://www.etsy.com/listing/156817895/nomad-robot-assemblage-sculpture