The jet six-barrel mortar Nebelwerfer: smoke mortar. Museum of the Soviet Army, Moscow. Smoke mortar was a World War II German series of weapons. They were initially developed by and assigned to the Wehrmacht’s “smoke troops” (Nebeltruppen).More
Armored vehicle “Austin Putilovsky” (Russia, 1916). Mosfilm studio museumMore
Double image sculpture by Manolo ValdesMore
The Jagdpanzer IV, Sd.Kfz. 162, was a German tank destroyer based on the Panzer IV chassis and built in three main variants. As one of the casemate-style turretless Jagdpanzer (tank destroyer, literally “hunting tank”) designs, it was developed against the wishes of Heinz Guderian, the inspector general of the Panzertruppen, as a replacement for the …More
The SEPECAT Jaguar is an Anglo-French jet attack aircraft originally used by the British Royal Air Force and the French Air Force in the close air support and nuclear strike role.
SEPECAT Jaguar A is a single-seat all-weather tactical strike, ground-attack fighter version for the French Air Force, two prototypes and 160 production aircraft built.
Tu-4. Long range heavy bomber. Developed in the USSR in 1947 on the US B-29 bomber. First Russian nuclear carrier. 6200 km flight range with 558 km/hMore
Simca 90 A Aronde. White version with red roof from 1957, four cylinders, 1.3 L
Max. speed: 120 km/hMore
Pac-Man is a maze arcade game developed and released by Namco in 1980. The original Japanese title of Puck Man was changed to Pac-Man for international releases as a preventative measure against defacement of the arcade machines by changing the P to an F. Outside Japan, the game was published by Midway Games as part …More
Apple Macintosh II FX. The Macintosh IIfx is a personal computer designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer, Inc. from March 1990 to April 1992. At introduction it cost from US$9,000 to US$12,000, depending on configuration, and it was the fastest Macintosh available at the time.
The IIfx is the most powerful of the 68030-based Macintosh …More
Photography by Stefano Paletti: Bixessarri views
Look here for the full online exhibition of Stefano PalettiMore