Automakers are being pinched to increase safety and improve fuel efficiency, but those two goals often work against each other. That could change thanks to a material that is 99.99-percent air.
The SF Gate has an unusual article about artist Andrew Junge's latest work: a Hummer sculpted out of Styrofoam. Andrew scavenged the Styrofoam from the trash while at SF Recycling & Disposal's Artist In Residence Program. The Hummer, made from measurements of a bio-diesel Hummer, is 17 feet long, 6 feet high, and over 8 feet wide. The Styrofoam Hummer was recently shown at the Tampa Museum of Art. GM, give Andrew a call and buy this piece! It would be a hit at car shows and the shipping woul
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