Ferrari Motor Furniture

This was very cool. 


The first is a coffee table for the living room.


The second is half of a nice desk.


Both are made out of working Ferrari engines.


The coffee table goes for $50,000.


And the desk goes for $75,000.


I will told that this is a bargain based on what a working Ferrari engine goes for. 


In a sense you can take your table for a spin around the block…LOL.


Truly the engine (and not just design of the car) is a work of art. 


It merits being a centerpiece of your office or home. 😉


(Credit Photos: Andy Blumenthal)

Artechouse = Art + Tech + House

This place was really cool in Washington, D.C. 



Artechouse = Art + Tech + House. 



Great immersive technology, art, music, dance, and light show. 



Highly recommend it!



This exhibit “Lucid Motion” was by Japanese artist Daito Manabe X Rhizomatiks Research.



They also had a nice augmented reality display. 



Had fun with the clan. 



Hope you enjoy!



(Credit Video: Andy Blumenthal)

Check Out Those Rims

Wow, this was some car that I saw in Florida. 


Pimp my ride! LOL


Check out those awesome gold rims with this blue “oldies” car. 


This was definitely a standout even down there where there are plenty of Bentleys and Lamborghinis driving around. 


The owner of the car gave me a big thumbs up when I tool this photo. 


Hope you enjoy and Shabbat Shalom!


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Tyson’s Corner Wall Art

Thought this was cool at Tyson’s Corner Mall in Virginia. 


Create your own wall art. 


People passing by in the mall, just pull over and start drawing with their fingers in these cool colorful shiny sequin tiles. 


One way moves the sequins to one color and the other direction to an alternate color. 


Some people went up to draw and then took a picture of themselves next to their artwork. 


Everyone loves a little creativity (even in between shopping). 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Cool Atom Puzzle

Thought this was a pretty stunning puzzle of The Atom


With sections for: composition, atomic model, thermonuclear fusion, periodic table, radioactivity, positron emission tomography, fission of uranium, nuclear reactor, and atomic scientists. 


Wow that’s a lot of information for a Puzzle and one very nicely designed at that. 


Congrats on putting this 1,000 piece beauty together. 


These things make me realize how very much I still have to learn–and in this case, it starts with all these small things. 😉


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Thought this was a pretty stunning puzzle of The Atom


With sections for: composition, atomic model, thermonuclear fusion, periodic table, radioactivity, positron emission tomography, fission of uranium, nuclear reactor, and atomic scientists. 


Wow that’s a lot of information for a Puzzle and one very nicely designed at that. 


Congrats on putting this 1,000 piece beauty together. 


These things make me realize how very much I still have to learn–and in this case, it starts with all these small things. 😉


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)