A pleasing, all-too-short short by motion design studio Mr Kaplan exploring the physics defying workings of a fictional Rube Goldberg/Heath Robinson machine.
Four minutes of Rube Goldberg goodness from the Japanese kids’ show Pythagoras Switch.
(H/T: Graeme McStabby)
An unnecessarily elaborate greeting from Solve Media.
The best kind of greeting.
Brooklyn hipster and kinetic artist Joseph Herscher sits down to read the morning paper, takes a sip of coffee and turns to page 2.
He talks to the NYT about his Rube Goldberg machines here.
Top photo (click to enlarge): Chang W. Lee (New York Times)
Like photography and things falling like dominos?
You may like this.
Thanks Johnny Mc
As you’ll discover, right at the end, this is an ad. But before that, it’s a rather wonderful film featuring a Japanese musical Rube-Goldberg machine. In a forest.
Dad, could you build me an elaborate Rube Goldberg style one-inch diameter marble run around the top of my bedroom?
Previously: The luckiest boy scout in the world