Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Knitted Meat and a Clock that Knits

Stephanie Casper, a design student at the Pratt Institute, knitted a few meats. They’re shrink-wrapped, so as long as they haven’t been out of the fridge too long, they’re probably safe to cook and eat.

The Knitting Clock by Siren Elise Wilhelmsen is a fully-functional 48-needle-strong knitting machine programmed to churn out one prêt-à-porter 2m-long scarf every 365 days.

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