Some photos of Tower Bridge being built in 1892 that were found in a skip in 2005.
For the kids of course:
Move-it is a simple kit of self-adhesive cardboard parts, which the user sticks on to a cardboard package, turning it into a lightweight, easy-to-use trolley. It consists of a set of wheels and an adjustable handle that adheres to almost any box under 45 pounds with a bio-degradable adhesive.
First up there’s this genius bottle clip:
Then this stylish and (probably) shock absorbing wooden handlebar:
Always like it when things go full circle: after years of trying countless fancy metals and carbon fibre somebody reverts back to traditional materials.
Amazing and a little creepy at the same time - a segway like platform with legs based on those found on Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests:
One of these please:
This robot has been seen walking around Shibuya station in Tokyo - wouldn’t argue with it if it gave me the wrong change, especially when you see his previous exploits on the desktop version’s box:
Wonder what time it packs up for the day too - got visions of it wandering into a bad neighbourhood and getting filled right in.