Back in 1963, two Czech travelers drew an incredible illustrated guidebook based on their first trip to Mad Men-era New York City. Soon after, the Czech police destroyed every last copy, and the book was lost forever. Or so they thought.
Perhaps the scientists' time could've been better spent inventing robots that can cure cancer or something, but did I mention these are JUGGLING ROBOTS? They don't even cheat by using sensors like other juggling machines.
You arrive through the woods on a circular drive, the shape of which mimics the sensual frosted glass facade before you. The long, curving building is flanked by private gardens. You're at the Czech Republic's new embassy in Washington D.C.
I'm not completely sure what's going on in this clip or where it's even from but it contains a) weird and crazy bicycles, b) jazzy music, and c) old timeyness—thus, it rules. I'm pretty sure the language is Czech, so if any of you know Czech, please tell me what they're saying! My favorite strange bikes: the really,…