Yodaville is a fake city in the Arizona desert used for bombing runs by the U.S. Air Force. Writing for Air & Space Magazine back in 2009, Ed Darack wrote that, while tagging along on a training mission, he noticed “a small town in the distance-which, as we got closer, proved to have some pretty big buildings, some of them four stories high.”
As one instructor tells Darack, “The urban layout is actually very similar to the terrain in many villages in Iraq and Afghanistan.” (io9)
Panasonic (1970) v. X-ACTO (2013)
40+ yrs still working v. 2 week life-span until motor broke
Creatures by Valentin Loellmann
Made out of old bankirai wood reinforced with a polyester skin.
Aino-Maija Metsola for Marimekko
Lightning and Kinglyface - propmakers and photographers
This is an interactive wall map that visualized where all the phone calls made from the AT&T pavilion were directed. The pavilion featured free long distance calls.