(Source: filmsploitation, via gh2u)

Timestamp: 1402009239

Hot Water (1924)

(Source: fyeah-haroldlloyd, via mudwerks)

Timestamp: 1401606025


"The Hades Ballet" from The March of Time (1930).

(via mudwerks)

Timestamp: 1396220451

(Source: matineemoustache, via gh2u)

Timestamp: 1396162830


The Sanderson Orrery

"An orrery is a mechanical device that illustrates the relative positions and motions of the planets and moons in the Solar System in a heliocentric model. Though the Greeks had working planetaria, the first orrery that was a planetarium of the modern era was produced in 1704, and one was presented to the Earl of Orrery — whence came the name. They are typically driven by a clockwork mechanism with a globe representing the Sun at the centre, and with a planet at the end of each of the arms.”

Source Vid: Jeff Chao

(Source: youtube.com, via do-nothing)

Timestamp: 1395298829


Giphoscope n° 12 | The Public Domain Review Collection

Sold to a private collector in Somerville, MA, USA.

The Giphoscope n° 12 - created in collaboration with The Public Domain Review and sold through the PDR Store - displays an Animated GIF of two nude blacksmiths hammering, created from the first and third line of images on Plate 377 in: Muybridge, Eadweard (1887). Animal Locomotion: an Electro-photographic Investigation of Consecutive Phases of Animal Movements, 1872-1885. Vol. II: Males (nude).  

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The Giphoscope is the world first handmade analog GIF player. 
Each Giphoscope is built to order and is a one-of-a-kind piece of art
To know more about the Giphoscope, making of, collections and orders, please visit: www.giphoscope.com or write to giphoscope@gmail.com.

The Giphoscope: Perpetual (E)motion.

By Alessandro Scali & Marco Calabrese from Officina K | OKKULT Motion Pictures, Turin, Italy.

(via mudwerks)

Timestamp: 1393916435