Mobiles designed by British designer Miranda Watkins, are fabricated from a series of precision engineered frames and panels that rotate around an articulated central axis, suspended from a stainless steel ceiling unit. Bridging the boundaries between design and art, a strong breeze or a gentle touch sets the delicately balanced elements in motion, allowing the forms to rotate and circulate.
Apparently some icebergs have stripes, and it's not the result of Photoshop or internet pranks or penguin sledding or any outside manipulation. You might have seen these shots in an email that's made the rounds- it's even been examined by snopes.com and hoax-slayer.com. The email includes a series of beautiful photos of candy-striped ice-scapes. The stripes are real, the result of natural pressures and formations. Nature's got this one covered -- thanks -- no prestigious exhibition needed.
the great dowd strikes again