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