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I love this Rube Goldberg machine by London design firm Berg. Exploring our relationship with modern technology they made this almost humorous machine that plays with Rube’s chain of events, but in a new-age non-physical way using RFID chips and the like.
After seeing a Rube Goldberg machine at the Pompidou in Paris that was 15 minutes long and mostly used fire, this almost makes me laugh in it’s clever use of technology to achieve the same results (but not quite as exciting as the fire)
Art’s Cafe at 9th and Irving here in SF, is something to behold. One row of 10-12 seats right down the middle makes up the entire seating area of the cafe, the other half being the grill and etc. You’ll be sitting a foot away from the best Grill-master you’ll ever see and his wife (the owners) who’ll fill your coffee almost faster than you can drink.
While all this makes it a very cozy and comfortable place to eat, the important part as we all know is the food. Oh, the food.
I won’t lie, I haven’t tried much of their Breakfast Diner / Korean menu because I can’t drag myself away from their Hashbrown Sandwich. A Hashbrown sheet filled with cheese, onions, your choice of meat, and folded over itself with a side of eggs your-style and toast.
Is there a word stronger than “de-fucking-licious”? Think about it while you watch this little tribute I put together. Enjoy.
“The Gentleman Gourmand” recommends enjoying with a sampling of Grapevine Fires by Death Cab for Cutie. The “fruity” “notes” match well with the “rich” “overly saturated” main course.
Warning: Consuming raw or undercooked images, audio, visual components, or production values increases the risk of intellectual-property borne illness.
Most photos are straight out of a Canon 5D into iMovie. Some of the “studio” shots are edited. Shot for “Skate this Art,” going on all this month (May 2009) at Market Street Gallery in San Francisco.
Andrew Baber Photographer, Editor
Caleb Gatlin Editor, Artist
Kristin Fialko Artist, Painter
Giuliana Lawless Artist, Painter
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