by Jennifer George, Adam Gopnik, Andrew Baron, Al Jaffee and Carl Linich
Hardcover, 191 pages, Harry N Abrams Inc, List Price: $60 |
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Celebrates Rube Goldberg's life and collects his body of work including his drawings, iconic inventions, comic strips, advertising work, political cartoons, and sculpture.
January 4, 2014 The term "Rube Goldberg machine" has become shorthand for a convoluted contraption made up of a series of chain reactions. But Goldberg was also a real person, whose ideas for whimsical devices have captivated imaginations for decades.
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