GarE Maxton has created one of those “conundrum” style block games, which he’s aptly called The Intimidator. However, the Intimidator “includes everything required for assembly of the puzzle pistol. Integrated into the sculpture are a customized set of tools, all necessary hardware, 45 caliber bullets, a standard sight, a laser sight, a cannister containing black powder pellets, a secure storage area for 209 shotgun primers, a spent primer removal tool and a ramrod for loading the bullets”. Let’s hope he doesn’t need the gun in a hurry. [via]
I’ve been called an Apple fanboy quite a few times over the last couple of years but I’m not sure I’m ready to pay out for Apple’s rechargeable batteries quite yet… not quite yet!
It’s been a while since I’ve checked out Juan Francisco Casas’s Bic pen artwork. I’ve just stumbled across his work again and the latest stuff is amazing.
I love cameras that don’t take photos (assuming that they aren’t broken, of course) and have featured quite a few in the past. Here’s Andrew Kupresanin’s latest project – “Unlike a conventional camera Nadia has no display of the photographs to be taken, but rather gives the judgment of aesthetic quality to the machine, displaying only a current rating as feedback about when and what to snap. [via]