Art & Design
In 1963, Aerojet-General built a rocket factory in the middle of the Everglades. They even made an Apollo rocket and fired it, but never won the NASA bid, and it now sits abandoned, rocket and all.
Designer Ed Chew created these intricate lighting fixtures using old Tetra Pak cartons, otherwise headed for the recycling bin (or worse yet, the trash). Nothing like a little ingenuity, right folks?
A fan film that pays homage to the late Dave Stevens, who, in creating The Rocketeer gave form to the childhood dream of little boys around the world: find a rocket-pack and become a superhero.
Using a collection of web-based software tools along with special flexible connectors, you’ll (and your friends) will be able to raise the roof on your own geodesic dome structures in no time.
Directed and produced by Fabian Grodde, Crossover is quite blatant in its message. But it delivers it in a deft and subtle manner, combining a real miniature setting with realistic CGI insects.
By interviewing 80 people from 30 different countries about their eating habits, Faith D’Aluisio and Peter Menzel were able to compile this tasty portrait of food and culture from around the globe.
Brands are quick to point out if their wares are hand-made or hand-painted, but sometimes we take that boast for granted. This craftsman helps us appreciate that premium touch.
Vyacheslav Voronovich creates 1/12th scale replicas of motorcycles like the BMW K1600GTL. Each is made from hundreds of tiny pieces, and has wheels and handlebars that actually work.