Here is the description from the Vimeo page:
Joby Springsteen is a welder, musician & friend from Binghamton NY. He works for FBM Bikes, enjoys long walks on the beach, making his own music gear and eating Freschott pizza. Joby is part of a company that has grounded itself in DIY and American made pride since its very birth, people like Joby and FBM make us proud to ride bikes.
Update: Thanks to a comment by thealexmac I now know that this table is actually not concrete but rather the legs are made of aluminum. Here is a link to the Hilla Shamia’s portfolio page which has more information on the table.
Came across this while browsing around. I really like the contrast between the wood and
concrete aluminum and how the concrete aluminum creates veins within the wood plank. There was no info with the when I found it so if anyone knows who built it let me know in the comments.
Add this to your found wood work bench and you’re all set.
This is a great idea – key/caribiner hybrid. Might have to pick one up… available here.
This 1939 Pontiac is up for auction in July. The car was a display model for the Futurama display at the 1939 World’s Fair. Check after the break for some close up images of the ghost car. (more…)
This rc car runs on aluminum soda can tabs. It’s called the dAlH20rean and it was created by Aleix Llovet and Xavier Salueña. This is really cool and it pays homage to the back to the future movies.
Spotted on: Engadget
[vimeo http://vimeo.com/20824379 w=575&h=325]
Saw this posted up on a blog I check out from time to time, LE CONTAINER. Its a short video about how bike rims are produced, similar to the show How It’s Made. Pretty cool watch.