January 2, 2008

First impression, disturbing… second impression, the Matrix… By artist Adam Wallacavage, these “Pulsatilla” chandeliers are worth having a look… or stare. Go it the website and you can see many versions of it, many sold already. Who buys them? maybe people who are reminded of things as I had… revenge of the giant octopus! Coming to a theater near you…

Extract from Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Magic Teaspoon

January 2, 2008

As soon as this spoon is dipped into hot liquid, the spoon bends through 90 degrees.
The liquid does not need to be boiling, it will also bend if placed under the hot tap.

Part of the handle is made of Nitinol or Shape Memory Metal, which remembers a shape that has been previously set into it. Just cool it under the cold tap to straighten it again. The spoon can be used many times, as Nitinol is a very flexible metal.

Extract from Grand Illusions