Infrared Landscapes by Richard Mosse
Taken in the Eastern Congo, Richard’s candy-coated landscapes were created through a combination of an obsolete wooden field camera and a rare technique produced by Kodak Aerochrome, a product developed for military use in the detection of aerial bombing targets, but used stunningly here, drawing out the dark crimsons and blood-red corals of the hidden spectrum within. These pieces are currently showing at The Armory Show through March 10th, 2013.
Steampunk “Little Froggy” Wrist Gatling Gun by Arsenal Best
Pictured above, the “Little Froggy” and “Lady Froggy” Wrist-Mounted gatling gun bracers are made from polished brass, plastic, metalizer FX laquer and 36 genuine Swarovski Strass black diamonds (in the Lady Froggy) as well as 2 Swarovski Strass emeralds. While it doesn’t actually shoot miniature frog bullets (much to the sadness of me), it nonetheless makes you look pretty fuggin schway and guaranteed to put the fear of Cthulhu (or frogs) in anyone managing to get on your bad side. Both are available for purchase at etsy, and though the “Lady Froggy” has a multi-barrel chamber, the design is a one-shot so you better act fast if your wrist is missing some amphibious artillery.