Artist Builds Useless Machines On His Way To Fame


Joseph Herscher of Joseph’s Machines has crafted quite a reputation with his comical chain-reaction machines. In fact, his YouTube channel is followed by over 75 thousand people and his videos have been viewed by over 30 million.

Joseph has been making his machines since he was just a five-year-old. He rediscovered his childhood passion in his early twenties when he built a contraption that covered his entire apartment and saw him create a 3-minute obstacle course with a big finish which saw a hammer smash an egg. Crème that Egg was the first video he posted online and it amassed over 3 million views.

Since then, he has been featured in the New York Times, appeared on Sesame Street and has given lectures at Parsons the New School For Design.


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