Judith Hoffman, 2009
This is just awesome! It's a dinocamera from artist/photographer/metalworker/amateur time traveler Judith Hoffman:
That's a lens cap/shutter on his navel. He takes pinhole photos of the late Cretaceous using paper negatives.
Here's one of the "photos of the Cretaceous:"
The realism is mind-boggling! I feel like I'm about to be devoured by a plastic toy on the set of a B-movie!
You can see more fun photos here, at Judith's site. She also has a show opening tomorrow at the Peninsula Art Museum, 10 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, California 94002. Hours are Wednesday-Friday 12 - 4, Saturday, Sunday, 1 - 4.
And I thought there was only one Godzilla!
FAKE. It can't operate the camera! Its arms are too short.
This is way too much fun. It does provide this shocking sense that my starwars figures are totally screwed...
Wow! It's cool. No godzilla but a t-rex. :-)
Silly, the arms don't have to reach! It operates the camera with its toes.