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Wow! That's crazy! A Boeing in his garage...
I read about this in the Contra Costa Times
Pretty cool flying machines
They are $29.95 CND +(13% Taxes Ontario) + $0.25 shipping through
I want it!
Apr. 13, 2012
This sweet coin features the Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai and it’s glow-in-the-dark skeleton.
Apr. 11, 2012
Japanese beer maker Kirin has created a solution to the ever-frustrating warm beer. The company’s new frozen foam topping, Ichiban Shibori Frozen Draft, acts as an insulating lid and keeps the drink cold for 30 minutes. The foam is made by cooling the beer to 23 degrees Fahrenheit, while a machine continuously blows air into the mixture. The frothy, creamy result doesn’t water down the beer when it finally melts, and the beverage also is creamier (immaterial, really, as it shouldn’t take anyone 30 minutes to drink a beer).
Ichiban Shibori Frozen Draft is currently available in Tokyo and will launch throughout Japan in May.
Designer Maarten De Celaer borrowed from science in creating his Mutation Series, whose pieces resemble cell transformations “that have germinated into upholstered mutations because of a chemical or nuclear reaction. Perhaps it’s a virus or bacteria that has grown dramatically out of scale.” The pieces are made by composing patterns with parts of foam spheres that are applied to basic structures. Then the pieces are coated with a rubber or velvet-like finish.
De Celaer’s series is featured at this year’s Milan Design Week.
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