Dr. Evermor's Forevertron- The sculpture incorporates two Thomas Edison dynamos from the 1880s, lightning rods, high-voltage components from 1920s power plants, scrap from the nearby Badger Army Ammunition Plant, and the decontamination chamber from the Apollo 11 spacecraft. Its fictional creator, Dr. Evermor, was born Tom Every in Brooklyn, Wisconsin and is a former demolition expert who spent decades collecting machinery for the sculpture and the surrounding fiction that justifies it.
Known locally as 'wild park' or 'wild village' in northwestern Catalunya, Spain, seven soaring towers, innumerable bridges, shelters, walkways, and a labyrinth, 1.5 kilometers long, were all created by the labor of Josep Pujiula i Vila. In RV 40. http://rawvision.com/articles/josep-pujiula-i-vila
That he was born a slave in the last century, self-taught, and began drawing with the crudest of tools in his eighties, makes the approximately 1800 drawings Bill Traylor produced over a period of about three years all the more remarkable. In RV 15. http://rawvision.com/articles/bill-traylor