Bar Rafaeli not included.
Michael Jones McKean has built a solar-powered machine that produces rainbows out of reclaimed rainwater. Yay, hepatitis fountain. There are a bunch of pictures of the machine’s rainbows at Inhabitat. I suppose we could have posted one above, but in the battle of supermodels and college art projects, the art project gets hip-checked into a totally original and not at all douchey sculpture made out of coat hangers and cabbage patch dolls. Keep it classy, art students.
Next June McKean plans to install a larger rainbow maker at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, Nebraska and run it for fifteen minutes twice a day. I just may have to go check it out in my unicorn costume. Always I wanna be with you and make believe with you and live in harmony, harmony oh love.
I want more like this!
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