10/3/17: SMALL, VERY SMALL SHOP OPENING AT THE ICA IN LONDON. GRAB IT WHILE YOU CAN HERE. EVERYTHING ON THIS SITE IS NOT FOR SALE AND IS PART OF AN ARCHIVE. INTERESTED IN THE ARCHIVE, THE WHOLE THING? WRITE US AT INFO@KIOSKKIOSK.COM. THANKS.
4.5" x 1.5" x .5"
Submarines have always been close to my heart. I have never suffered from claustrophobia, and when I was a kid the world under the surface was as alluring as outer space. I dreamed up underwater bases. I even made somewhat physically accurate section drawings of how these bases would work, complete with pressurized wet room entrances, mini-sub docks and, of course, a periscope. I even had a solution for air supply. I was a serious 7-year-old. I planned to build the thing in our local lake - but those plans died when I realized my chosen spot was only two feet deep and really muddy. Later in life, I ended up doing the Swedish military service. My task was to search for Russian submarines, mini and conventional. That was for real, but amounted to horsing around in a cabin in the Swedish archipelago. Not bad as service. Gladly, with this plastic sub I can experience the excitement of finding an actual submarine. (Or, maybe I did, but that would be s3cr1t!) The deep-sea base has to wait... Add baking powder and see it go. Comes with instructions, no assembly or master plans required.