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Make 50 Wild and Wacky (But Useful!) Contraptionsby Eric Chaline and Robert Brandt
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Making crazy devices that perform simple but useful tasks has never been more fun! Make 50 Wild and Wacky (but Useful!) Contraptions shows you how to create the most mazelike contraptions imaginable. Inside you'll discover:
Find your inner inventor with this colorful, illustrated manual that teaches readers how to create 50 fun and strange machines that perform all sorts of wild and wacky tasks.
About the Author
Robert Brandt runs his own design consultancy based in Brighton, England. His many commissions include engineering diagrams, three-dimensional modeling, architectural rendering, and interior design. He has also created technical illustrations for several books published in the United States, Canada, UK, and Australia.
Eric Chaline is a professional author, editor, and journalist based in London. He has numerous book and magazine credits covering a range of nonfiction subjects, including design, travel, and health and fitness.
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