Brent Bryers

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This awesome device is a fully-functional Typewriter Arm Guard with Bluetooth and Touchpad created by Thomas Willeford of Brute Force Studios. The keyboard is mounted on an intricately tooled Steampunkish leather and brass arm guard.

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Mikhail Smolyanov initially wanted to create a bike with racing car designs of the are fitted with aircraft engines. However, he instead makes the motor’s steampunk style, stylish design combined steam engine era of the century with elements of

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The Heal The Bay 2012 Bring Back the Beach Annual Awards Gala This limited edition PlasTikobot by Claudio Garzón Shark sculpture created from plastic pollution found on beaches near the mouth of the Los Angeles River.

The moment you fill your pants at Nightmares Fear Factory, Niagara Falls.

Nightmares Fear Factory is Niagara Falls' scariest and best haunted house. View hilarious FEAR pics and videos of scared people. Located in the Clifton Hill Tourist District in Niagara Falls Canada close to many Niagara Falls Hotels and Attractions.

The wreckage after the crash of United Airlines Flight 826 and Trans World Airlines Flight 266 over New York City was well documented by the Daily News back in December 1960. Over 130 people were killed aboard the planes and on the ground in Brooklyn, making it one of New York’s most tragic disasters. The crash also destroyed some buildings beyond repair. The ones that still stand can be seen in this compilation.

Park Slope plane crash in New York City The wreckage after the crash of United Airlines Flight 826 and Trans World Airlines Flight 266 over .

Passersby of 66 Court St. probably have no idea that a massive gas explosion once blew out the windows of this building on Jan. 31, 1961. Over two dozen were injured by the flying glass and falling plaster.

Old Photos Superimposed onto Modern Photos of Same Place. Passersby of 66 Court St. probably have no idea that a massive gas explosion once blew out the windows of this building on Jan. Over two dozen were injured by the flying glass and falling plaster.

Vintage Crime Scene Photos Superimposed on Modern NY Streets.  427 1/2 Hicks St. Brooklyn, N.Y. Gangster Salvatore Santoro met his end in the vestibule of 427 1/2 Hicks St. on Jan. 31, 1957. Here’s how the building looks then and now.

Vintage Crime Scene Photos Superimposed on Modern NY Streets. Brooklyn, N. Gangster Salvatore Santoro met his end in the vestibule of 427 Hicks St. on Jan. Here’s how the building looks then and now.

Vintage Crime Scene Photos Superimposed on Modern NY Streets. Edna Egbert, who lived at 497 Dean St. in Brooklyn, climbed onto her ledge that day. The News captured the distraught woman fighting with the police as she wobbled on the edge. The building is currently painted red, but remains nearly identical to the way it looked 70 years ago.

Edna Egbert suicide attempt Brooklyn 497 Dean Street March 19 1942 now and then Photo Marc Hermann NY Daily News - Stuff Nobody Cares About

Slope Point, New Zealand

odditiesoflife: “ The Twisted Trees of Slope Point, New Zealand Slope Point is at the southernmost point of the South Island of New Zealand. The air streams loop the ocean, unobstructed for

Slope Point, New Zealand

Beautiful windblown trees of New Zealand : In the area of Slope Point, New Zealand the wind is so violent and persistent that the trees get twisted and bent along the direction the wind blows. The outcome is something beautiful.

Slope Point, New Zealand

These trees on Slope Point, New Zealand, were shaped into beautiful form by Antarctic winds. These trees on Slope Point, New Zealand, were shaped into beautiful form by Antarctic winds.

Slope Point, New Zealand

These trees on Slope Point, New Zealand, were shaped into beautiful form by Antarctic winds. These trees on Slope Point, New Zealand, were shaped into beautiful form by Antarctic winds.