huffingtonpost:

Everything You Need To Calculate The Speed Of Light Can Be Found In Your Kitchen

You may think your microwave is good only for making popcorn or heating up last night’s leftovers. But with a big chocolate bar and a little ingenuity, you can use use your microwave to calculate the speed of light.

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nevver:

Kinder Surprise collection sorted, Aline Houdé-Diebolt

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coppious:

Christian Pottgiesser - Galvani House, Paris 2003. Via, photos (C) Gert von Bassewitz.

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worclip:

Kinetic Calendar by Egoitz Aulestia for Digital Society Laboratory

Kinetic Calendar's idea was to organize and show how time goes by. I organized the information through a structure of concentric circles in which I progressively used data from the International System of Units for Time, day phases, days of the week, number of month days, months, seasons, winds …as well as the features and tools of the customer strategy.

worclip:

The Tri-Angles from Papier Tigre

8 ready to fold boxes, 4 with a lid and 4 without to play hide-and-seek with your beloved objects.

spraybeast:

dems333

alexeyluka:

Hand made collages that i made this May for two person exhibition with Nelio in Lyon. France. 20-30 cm.
More works from exhibition: http://www.alexeyluka.com/Late-Still-Life
 

nothingtochance:

MODO DESK LAMP / JASON MILLER

simonstalenhag:

Yuccas

simonstalenhag:

Yuccas

unbearablevision:

Do pivnice / Down to the Cellar (Jan Švankmajer, 1983)
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unbearablevision:

Do pivnice / Down to the Cellar (Jan Švankmajer, 1983)

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