Most Beautiful Gadget

You are looking at a combination camera and multi-tools called “Le Coultre Compass” invented in 1936 by Noel Pemberton Billing (1881-1948), an English aviator, inventor and British Lord.

The phantom camera was used by spies and although I am not one I dream of owning such an art piece. But its rarity made a buyer pay 120,000 British pounds in 2001 just for the pleasure to look at it and play with its complex Swiss army style multi-knives system.

Art at its best will always find a place in my Blog.

2 Responses to “Most Beautiful Gadget”

  1. 1 saorijohn Nov 21st, 2008 at 11:23 am

    Very steampunk. Keep the art comin’ Cyril.

  2. 2 steveb Nov 21st, 2008 at 2:40 pm

    cool, i love gadgets just as much as art – unusual when they get rolled up into one thing

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