Posts Tagged ‘randall’

Raccoon Tableau: Displaying an Urban Critter In Its Natural Environment, Complete with a Recology Garbage Can

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

As seen at our Randall Museum:

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With Love from Japan: Earthquake-Proof and Tsunami-Proof Soccer Ball Houses – As Seen at the Randall Museum

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Oh c’mon!

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Head on up to our Randall Museum to see other outside of the box / 20-sided truncated icosahedron ideas on earthquake safety.

From the source, the “Barier” people:

“Is your present house OK? Is it strong enough to endure a great earthquake or flood to be caused by global warming? Barier offers a safe, living space, a multi-functional, elegant and playful space, emphasizing each individual personality.

Barier is a soccer ball-shaped house developed by us (international patent pending). A soccer ball with which you played in your childhood gets bigger like a dream ball and appears as a place to live in. It floats on the sea and can be a rescue ship. We believe it will be a gift to those who never give up a dream.”

Liftoff: Zwei Luftballons über Corona Heights

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Hurray!

As seen near the Randall Museum:*

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Use balloons to brush up on your German** or French

*Ask about or volunteer for their Family Halloween Day 2011.

**Gunter glieben glauchen globen: “Nena ist ein milf.”