On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first people to walk on the moon. The giant leap was made possible by decades of scientific research, rigorous testing, and new innovations spearheaded by NASA with collaborations by many other groups and organizations, one of which was GE. Among other contributions to the technology of the Apollo program, GE researchers developed a special silicon rubber for the astronaut’s boots. This week, to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the moon landing, GE, Android Homme and JackThreads collaborated on a new sneaker called The Missions, which Buzz Aldrin is wearing in the picture above. The sneakers feature lightweight carbon fiber used for jet engine components, and a hydrophobic coating similar to the materials that prevent ice from forming on wind turbines. Read more about the collaboration at GE Reports


Finally made a new halloween costume—this took me three days to make! 

The characters are all hand-drawn (pen, watercolor, marker) and cut out.

The bus is made out of styrene, acetate, foam core, yellow spray paint, acrylic, glow paint, black mesh, bike tire rubber, bike pedal reflectors, dental mirrors and tin canisters all held together with wires, screws, super glue and baking soda.

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