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The project took about 12 hours to finish. Coffee is quite a challenging medium to use – too little water and the rings wouldn’t form easily, too much water and the rings would blend into each other, resulting in just a deformed pool of coffee.
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Gorgeous vintage device pops up on Etsy.
However, this 1950s Keaton Music Typewriter has much to admire. The original version was patented by San Francisco inventor Robert H. Keaton in 1936, and further refinement saw units like the one featured here hit the market in the 1950s.
Exact production numbers are unknown, but estimates for the number of machines still in existence range from 6 to two dozen. Jack’s Red Barn on Etsy is selling one for $5000(the typewriters were originally $225).
For more information, see this 1993 Issue of ETCetera, the official journal of the Early Typewriter Collectors’ Association.
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Skyrim inspired Daedric Dagger Keychain
This dagger is inspired by the Daedric dagger in Skyrim. It measures about 2.5 inches long. It is made of polymer clay and detailed with acrylic paint. This is the perfect item for a Skyrim fan. It can be made for a keychain and I will reinforce it with wire. Available for sale here
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And stop nerds, I know you’re about to tell me that it’s actually smithing level 90 when you can actually make Daedric swords in Skyrim. But you need to be 100 to improve them to legendary SO THERE. Real Life Daedric Swords
From video game fans to computer geeks, Sci-Fi fiends to horror freaks, Music lovers to movie buffs, Media junkies and nerdy stuff. Add a subtle game touch to your wardrobe with accessories inspired by your favorite controller or hotkeys. You can but them on Etsy.
Retro Games Are The Future. If you don’t accept this, you are blinded by Call of Duty: Modern Black Ops 12 and Grand Theft Turismo. Just a quick heads up, this is all my personal opinion, which some people will share and others won’t.
You agreed to me or not this Retro Gaming Leggings is the coolest item as Valentine day present. Cost $75. Available here.
The period referred to as the Middle Ages was extremely violent. The quest for wealth and power was driven by the violent culture of the European countries. Castles were built to act as power bases. Lands were subject to invasion. There was the need for a variety of Medieval Armor and Weapons. Lets have a look on Medieval Armor and Weapons.
Medieval armor (also known as ‘medieval armour’ in the old English) evolved throughout medieval history as new and more deadly medieval weapons were created. The earliest form of medieval armor was simply a long chain mail shirt, coif (chain mail hood), and chain mail leggings. As advancements in medieval armor were made, the simple protection became the standard medieval armor for infantrymen, archery men and squires.
Soon thereafter, medieval knights realized chain mail alone was insufficient protection. Plate armoring was the answer. This was not the “full suit” of medieval armor we typically envision when we think of a medieval knight, but rather sections of body armor tied to the chain mail. This plate armor included these basic pieces as shown in the photo below:
(A) Cuirass with Tassets (breastplate, backplate, thigh plate)
(B) Pauldrons (shoulder protection)
(C) Rerebrace, vambrace, couter (arm protection)
(D) Gauntlets (metal gloves)
(E) Chain Mail
(H) Helmet (slade with bevor)
Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira (Google Translate) shows absolutely no respect to art galleries’ walls! It’s as if he has the supernatural ability to control trees, making them burst through the walls at his own whim.
When Oliveira was a student in São Paulo, there was a plywood fence outside his window that began to peel and fade into different layers and colors. The wood, called tapumes in Portuguese, is ubiquitous in the Brazilian city. When the fence was dismantled, Oliveira collected the remains and used them as raw materials for his senior show.
Now, as a professional artist, Oliveira has clearly stepped up his game. After scavenging the dumpsters of São Paulo, the artist paints peels of wood after they are curled onto a PVC pipe skeleton. Oliveira chooses wood pieces that are already splitting and dying because they perfectly represent the decay of life in the city.