Monday Montage: Waterfall swings and standing in a rainstorm without getting wet

I am in love with this waterfall swing built by collaborators Mike O’Toole, Andrew Ratcliff, Ian Charnas and Andrew Witte for the 2011 World Maker Faire


Below is an installation in London from Random International at the Barbican called The Rain Room It allows you to experience a rain shower with visuals and sound without getting a single drop of water on you…..amazing

“Random International are known for their distinctive approach to digital-based contemporary art. Their experimental artworks come alive through audience interaction and staged performance. “

In keeping with the water theme below is a washable keyboard. You heard me….you can now soak your dirty grimy keyboard in water! Designed by Logitech you can buy one here.

More fun clicky-links:

Stunning photographs of Antony Gormley’s collection of iron figurative sculptures by photographer Paul Sutton. Another Place is truly mesmerizing captured near sunset at Crosby Beach, England.

Need a new breadbin? Check out this fantastic Armadillo design.

So whimsical and lovely are these light and book installations by Rune Guneriussen.

More gorgeous images of the ocean in a series of long exposures by California-based photographer David Orias

Check out this solution to a boring goldfish tank

Too busy to get to the gym? How about a house designed to keep you in shape.



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