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Posts Tagged ‘ elements ’

A LifeSize Lego Car Powered by Air


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Made of more than 500,000 LEGO bricks (wheels and some load bearing elements are non-Lego), the “Super Awesome Micro Project” is a fully functioning life-size car powered by an engine also made from LEGO which runs on air. The engine has four orbital engines, a total of 256 pistons and is capable of propelling the car at top speeds of approximately 20-30km.

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An Architect Gone Mad


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Without the use of a camera Portland-based artist Jim Kazanjian sifts through a library of some 25,000 images from which he carefully selects the perfect elements to digitally assemble mysterious buildings born from the mind of an architect gone mad. While the architectural and organic pieces seem wildly random and out of place, Kazanjian brings just enough cohesion to each structure to suggest a fictional purpose or story that begs to be told.

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Personalized Cutting Boards by Elysium Woodworks


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Take a look at these custom wooden cutting boards. Some of them are engraved with the periodic table of elements, some with some symbols by your choice. The cutting boards are available in maple, white oak, beech and walnut. To make your board even more special you can ask to engrave your name and initials inside the spot of the 118th element Ununoctium.

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