This article describes the often-ignored but high-potential world of pizza packaging. Virtually everyone has “experienced” hundreds of pizza boxes in their lifetime. Yet few know anything about the vessel that carries their favorite food. Pizza Boxes is what this Power Packaging section is about.
This whole space travel thing has gotten pretty boring ever since we landed on the moon. We can't make it to another planet and none of our ships have lasers. What the hell is the point?
But there were some incredibly awesome technologies that never made it off the drawing board. All because we didn't have the foresight, there wasn't enough funding, and they sounded like they were made up by a kindergartner.
At first sight, this looked like a perfect working reproduction of a Mac Pro made of Lego, so I was ready to call it the best Lego computer in the history of best Lego computers. Then, when I learnt that it houses one full PC running Mac OS X and a Mac Mini, I felt something happening, this tingling sensation, this turgidity that made me feel a bit dizzy. And when I finally saw the Steve Jobs minifig standing there and took a closer look at it, nerdgasm finally ensued.
Located in a mountainous region between Osaka and Hiroshima, Shuhei Endo's rusted steel Bubbletecture H visitor center emerges from the landscape employing a number environmental systems including the life cycle of the entire site. The 10,000 square foot structure is broken into 3 distinct sections featuring a theater, bookshop, galley and a workshop.
Steve Pearlman's brilliant Atomic Warehouse in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His vintage lair is crammed full of classic televisions, timepieces, furniture, clothes, a juke box or two and even a 1971 Moto Guzzi 750 Ambassador motorcycle with a mere 6,000 miles on the clock.