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This autonomous smocking machine smokes more than you do [Video]
posted December 6 2011 18:36.06 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I have feature in the past many useless machines, but no one like this. Kristoffer Myskja is an artist from Norway. He is the maker of this peculiar machine, a very well made self-servicing smocking device. The machine loads a cigarette in the tube, and then smokes it down to the filter. When the it ends, it throws away the remain and cleans the ashes as well! Don't ask me what's the use of this: It is art...




[Link: kristoffermyskja]
Tags: artistic   useless   crazy designs   sick   creative   mechanical   autonomous   
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