“‘Tipu’s Tiger’ is an awesome, life-size beast of carved and painted wood, seen in the act of devouring a prostrate European in the costume of the 1790s (…) Concealed in the bodywork is a mechanical pipe-organ with several parts, all operated simultaneously by a crank-handle emerging from the tiger’s shoulder.”
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please!! I have no connection to wtr except for admiration from afar but yasmin puts a lot of work into this and it’s really pretty rad. please help out
I used to be a runner, march 2014