Hey! Here’s a supercut of people in movies fixing mechanical issues with a good slap and a kick.
Remember that awesome prank where a guy makes people think he dropped his iMac? Here’s part 2!
Repair Is Beautiful is a short film about Paulo Goldstein and his work to repair objects big and small with expert craftsmanship and design. From lawnchairs to iPods, Paulo has combined wood, thread, and metal to fix objects that he has either bought broken or broken himself through use.
Todd McLellan takes mechanical objects and tears them apart to construct these beautiful top-down views of what make up some of the things we use day in and day out. More examples inside.
This is awesome. The Tate has an online gallery called Lost Art that educates us on famous pieces of art that have disappeared. Why? These pieces have either become lost, stolen, destroyed, or simply unrealized from its original concept. It’s an interesting walk down memory lane.