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Autovelocipede by Edward Bateman on Ken Sanders Rare Books

Giant Tricycle, 1896 | Retronaut

Giant tricycle 1896 - The original Fat Bike.

UNIQUE

Vintage Photography ( strange weird creepy photo / skeleton on bike / antique bicycle )

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Model is wearing white satin gown with beaded, embroidered bodice by Gehringer & Glupp, photo by Norbert Leonard in Berlin - Heiligensee, 1951

I love her direct gaze.  Vintage Everyday: 40 Interesting Vintage Photos of Women Posing With Bicycles

I love her direct gaze. Vintage Everyday: 40 Interesting Vintage Photos of Women Posing With Bicycles

Robot. ❣Julianne McPeters❣ no pin limits

Robot Poses for a Portrait.

Robert Rauschenberg: Gluts - Museo Guggenheim Bilbao

Robert Rauschenberg: Gluts

Robert Rauschenberg Primary Mobiloid Glut, 1988 Assembled metal and rubber x x cm Private Collection © Estate of Robert Rauschenberg / licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

レトロ一輪車 画像表示 - あるばとろす has flown! - Yahoo!ブログ

The First Monocycle ““This elegant monowheel cycle- the word "bicycle” seems somehow inappropriate, though there are certainly two wheels involved- dates back to It was built by Rousseau of Marseilles. “In 1869 the craftsman Rousseau of.

Sovjet Robot 60's

1967 - Soviet Circus Robot - Oleg Sokol (cropped from the original).

Don't tickle him!

ROBOT DRIVER: A motorcycle with a robot driver. Motor Company of Germany, the robot showed how to drive the motorcycle.

Original Comic Art:Covers, George Wilson (attributed) Magnus, Robot Fighter #11 CoverOriginal Art (Gold Key, 1965).... Image #1

George Wilson (attributed) Magnus, Robot Fighter Cover Original Art (Gold Key, "Magnus - Available at 2008 November Vintage Comics &.

back to the future

It's No Secret: I Love Robots. she’s laughing because he’s wearing humorous underwear…

"Freddie Ford" the robot answers questions fed to it by curious visitors. Robot was formed from Ford car parts and stands tall.

Mechanical Elephant | Frank Stuart | 1949-50 | On July 28, 1950, Frank Stuart gave his first public outing of his man-made walking elephant, walking the roads of Essex with a load of children in its howdah. This robot "Jumbo" is the remarkable invention by Mr. Frank Stuart, a theatrical mask maker and scenic artist. | source: http://cyberneticzoo.com/

A robotic jumbo dumbo. 8 feet tall and walking at 27 miles per hour. Stuart’s handmade Elephant has parts, a steel frame and a 10 horsepower motor. Frank Stuart’s Elephant Robot 1950

early roomba prototype…

10 Vintage Robots Who Are Way More Awkward Than You

Robots, Robotics, Robot

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