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A mandala is “a microcosm of the universe from the human perspective”.
The Giant Whale Creator himself, Richard Ellis, tossed this one into the Schnozze Pool and we dig it!
Why is watching something do lots of stuff for no reason other than to keep moving so entertaining? Is there a section of the brain that loves useless complexity? Was it really Rube Goldberg that really got this glorious contraption ball rolling.
Enviromental Graffiti showed us a variation on yesterday’s Hi-End Junkbots post, with a series of fantasy habitats made from discarded kitchen appliances and utensils. As my son said quite sometime ago “Everything is Art”. Tweet