Belgian artist Wim Delvoye took thick rubber car and truck tires, and carved intricate patterns into their sides and treads, creating stunning works of art from otherwise discarded junk.
Luke Hart’s simple, yet ingenious bookshelf design automatically adapts itself to the height and weight of books placed on its bright red, rubbery shelves which return to their natural shape when empty.
According to Oakley’s Blade II web page, the timepiece contains Unobtanium, the MacGuffin from Avatar in it. All we see is a spiky black stainless steel and rubber watch with looks that could kill.
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