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"One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple."
Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums (via observando)
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zoebalthus:

Roofline of Lacock abbey 1835 - 1839 (2008) Hiroshi Sugimoto 
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myampgoesto11:

Margarita García Alonso
myampgoesto11:

Margarita García Alonso
myampgoesto11:

Margarita García Alonso
myampgoesto11:

Margarita García Alonso
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prostheticknowledge:

BionicKangaroo
Robotic recreation of the Kangaroo form put together by Festo to demonstrate energy-efficient movement (this was initially announced on April the 1st, but turns out to be real) - video embedded below:


With the BionicKangaroo, Festo has technologically reproduced the unique way a kangaroo moves. Like its natural model, it can recover the energy when jumping, store it and efficiently use it for the next jump.
On the artificial kangaroo, Festo intelligently combines pneumatic and electrical drive technology to produce a highly dynamic system. The stable jump kinematics plus the precise control technology ensure stability when jumping and landing. The consistent lightweight construction facilitates the unique jumping behaviour. The system is controlled by gestures.

More Here
prostheticknowledge:

BionicKangaroo
Robotic recreation of the Kangaroo form put together by Festo to demonstrate energy-efficient movement (this was initially announced on April the 1st, but turns out to be real) - video embedded below:


With the BionicKangaroo, Festo has technologically reproduced the unique way a kangaroo moves. Like its natural model, it can recover the energy when jumping, store it and efficiently use it for the next jump.
On the artificial kangaroo, Festo intelligently combines pneumatic and electrical drive technology to produce a highly dynamic system. The stable jump kinematics plus the precise control technology ensure stability when jumping and landing. The consistent lightweight construction facilitates the unique jumping behaviour. The system is controlled by gestures.

More Here
prostheticknowledge:

BionicKangaroo
Robotic recreation of the Kangaroo form put together by Festo to demonstrate energy-efficient movement (this was initially announced on April the 1st, but turns out to be real) - video embedded below:


With the BionicKangaroo, Festo has technologically reproduced the unique way a kangaroo moves. Like its natural model, it can recover the energy when jumping, store it and efficiently use it for the next jump.
On the artificial kangaroo, Festo intelligently combines pneumatic and electrical drive technology to produce a highly dynamic system. The stable jump kinematics plus the precise control technology ensure stability when jumping and landing. The consistent lightweight construction facilitates the unique jumping behaviour. The system is controlled by gestures.

More Here
prostheticknowledge:

BionicKangaroo
Robotic recreation of the Kangaroo form put together by Festo to demonstrate energy-efficient movement (this was initially announced on April the 1st, but turns out to be real) - video embedded below:


With the BionicKangaroo, Festo has technologically reproduced the unique way a kangaroo moves. Like its natural model, it can recover the energy when jumping, store it and efficiently use it for the next jump.
On the artificial kangaroo, Festo intelligently combines pneumatic and electrical drive technology to produce a highly dynamic system. The stable jump kinematics plus the precise control technology ensure stability when jumping and landing. The consistent lightweight construction facilitates the unique jumping behaviour. The system is controlled by gestures.

More Here
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cinoh:

offtosognefjord:
Iannis Xenakis - Study for Terretektorh (1965) score
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bikeshowcase:

Independent Fabrication Steel Crown Jewel
bikeshowcase:

Independent Fabrication Steel Crown Jewel
bikeshowcase:

Independent Fabrication Steel Crown Jewel
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ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
ryanpanos:

Boondock | Andrew Waits | Via
For most people, the American Dream doesn’t include living in a van on public land in the middle of nowhere. For others, though, that is the very definition of freedom–a life defined by exploration and adventure, free from the rat race of modern life.
Photographer Andrew Waits spent two years roaming the beaches, forests and deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona and his home state of Washington documenting boondockers, the broadly defined group of people living almost entirely off the grid and on the road. Boondock is a collection of intimate portraits of the men, women and families he met on the road. Some lead the migrant life by choice, others by circumstance. But whatever their reasons, they share a common theme.
“What I boil it down to is this will to survive,” Waits says. “I found that was really the one tie that brought everyone together. If it was something that they needed to do because they were unhappy, they made that decision to change their life to hopefully find happiness–essentially that’s a decision to survive. Losing your job and needing to live out of your van, that is a decision to survive.”
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calmack:

Rolf Harder — Grand Prix du Canada Graphics Manual (1977)
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collectorsweekly:

The Government-Surplus Machines That Power a Cutting-Edge Science Museum
collectorsweekly:

The Government-Surplus Machines That Power a Cutting-Edge Science Museum
collectorsweekly:

The Government-Surplus Machines That Power a Cutting-Edge Science Museum
collectorsweekly:

The Government-Surplus Machines That Power a Cutting-Edge Science Museum
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leslieseuffert:

Richard Hutten (b. 1991, Netherlands) Colorful Stacked Fabric Chair
leslieseuffert:

Richard Hutten (b. 1991, Netherlands) Colorful Stacked Fabric Chair
leslieseuffert:

Richard Hutten (b. 1991, Netherlands) Colorful Stacked Fabric Chair
leslieseuffert:

Richard Hutten (b. 1991, Netherlands) Colorful Stacked Fabric Chair
leslieseuffert:

Richard Hutten (b. 1991, Netherlands) Colorful Stacked Fabric Chair
leslieseuffert:

Richard Hutten (b. 1991, Netherlands) Colorful Stacked Fabric Chair
leslieseuffert:

Richard Hutten (b. 1991, Netherlands) Colorful Stacked Fabric Chair