you were never in any real danger
tart-pastry:

Zuzia Kozerska creates laser-engraved wooden rolling pins that print designs onto cookie dough.

tart-pastry:

Zuzia Kozerska creates laser-engraved wooden rolling pins that print designs onto cookie dough.

Oh Crap. I turned into my dad.

Oh Crap. I turned into my dad.

here-i-am-sm:

Time travel

here-i-am-sm:

Time travel

ordinaryimages:

…evening burly tobacco.
You don’t see that much tobacco growing in Kentucky these days, what with the tobacco buyout, and the growing and warehousing shifted to South America.

ordinaryimages:

…evening burly tobacco.

You don’t see that much tobacco growing in Kentucky these days, what with the tobacco buyout, and the growing and warehousing shifted to South America.

junkculture:

Photographer Captures the Unexpected Beauty of Laundry Spinning in Laundromat’s Dryers

S’mores anyone?

It rained today

It rained today

nprradiopictures:

archivesofamericanart:

Watch a rhinoceros sculpture come into being in our Katharine Lane Weems papers. We wonder if the enlarging machine being used in the 2nd photo was a predecessor to the kind of technology that smithsonian3d uses today.

Top to bottom:

Study of a rhinoceros, 193-?

A life size model (in progress) of Katharine Lane Weems’ rhinoceros sculpture, not after 1937 / unidentified photographer.

Katharine Lane Weems at work on her sculpture Rhinoceros, between 1935 and 1936 / unidentified photographer.

Katharine Weems being introduced at the unveiling ceremony for her rhino sculptures at Harvard, 1937 May 12 / Harvard Film Service, photographer.

All images from: Katharine Lane Weems papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

All you need to know on how to build a rhino in the 1930s. -Emily