One hears stories of longterm housesits in NYC, but they seem to be more myth than reality. Could this be real?
Just admire how beautiful this symmetrical art melds and blends, swirls, covers, and turns, one piece or another from the show into these blurred images that hint at the deep underbelly inherent in the world of the characters in this town haunted by a magical tunnel that echoes the sounds of horror movies that ends with a door leading into a nuclear fallout door. It’s beautiful, and rather than skip through the credits, I watch them each time, hypnotized by the shifting imagery.
Ok. So I’m not about to spend $300 on a 3D printing pancake batter machine. Remember, this is NY Nomads. However, I am happy to take snippets from reviews of this machine from all over the internet, so you can then decide whether this extravagant purchase may be one you derive just enough joy from to make the purchase worth it. “The PancakeBot is essentially a printer, but instead of ink on paper it prints batter on a griddle, adding it in stages to create details in light, medium, and dark shades. Sounds insanely cool, right?” –Danielle Centoni “Don’t expect … Read More