The Armento Rider, Greece 500 – 550 BCE. Bronze statuette of a warrior on horseback. The warrior wears a Corinthian-style helmet and a short tunic. He once held a spear and reins, that were probably made of copper wire, and his helmet was topped by a crest which ran across sideways.[750×906]

The Armento Rider, Greece 500 – 550 BCE. Bronze statuette of a warrior on horseback. The warrior wears a Corinthian-style helmet and a short tunic. He once held a spear and reins, that were probably made of copper wire, and… Continue Reading

The Disco chair, constructed from 200 meters of Electroluminescent wire, transforms into a neon rainbow with a flick a switch. A change of the pulse settings also allows the chair to become an incredible strobe light substitute. [900×600]

The Disco chair, constructed from 200 meters of Electroluminescent wire, transforms into a neon rainbow with a flick a switch. A change of the pulse settings also allows the chair to become an incredible strobe light substitute. [900×600]

Can anyone identify this fossil for me? My grandpa gave it to, said he got it when he was in elementary school and held on to it ever since. Disregard the wire wrapped around it, I made a necklace out of it :)

Can anyone identify this fossil for me? My grandpa gave it to, said he got it when he was in elementary school and held on to it ever since. Disregard the wire wrapped around it, I made a necklace out… Continue Reading

Rubble and the remains of barbed wire line the streets of Cholon, a suburb of Saigon that was burned by South Vietnamese army troops in an effort to flush out any Viet Cong that remained after the Tet Offensive in late January, 1968. [1125 x 1771]

Rubble and the remains of barbed wire line the streets of Cholon, a suburb of Saigon that was burned by South Vietnamese army troops in an effort to flush out any Viet Cong that remained after the Tet Offensive in… Continue Reading