I took this picture of an exhibit in the Tate Modern, London. Britain`s national gallery of international modern art.
Having never been in there it was curiosity that drew me in.
Now this is just some metal air ducting sections bolted together and below are two items quickly found on the net from suppliers catalogs.
Help me out here please. If anyone can bolt these parts together why is this an exhibit? No skill and very little design as the parts match as in industrial set ups so can only go one way to transfer air flow around a building.
The so called piece of art at the top of page to me says the builders have gone to lunch and left the next section leaning against the wall ready to install.
Psst! anyone want to buy some fenders cheap.
They are everywhere along the Thames
Pedibus is one way to see London. Takes 12 people at £22 ($34) who as you can see all have a set of pedals. It has two small solar panels that provide power for lights and sound system.
Quite a few of these pop up urinals appearing on London streets. This one at Paddington was doing what it shouldn`t. They should be below ground and only raise for overnight use.
Three stalls can be used at the same time and it`s plumbed into the sewage system.
Now isn`t this a case of sexual discrimination as I find no plans for a ladies version although perhaps there might be scope for extra design.
Perhaps one that allows the lady to push a button and disappear below ground.
Only problem I see is that like the `mile high` club this will become the six foot down club.