Prison themes and burning metal orbs may not be fit for playgrounds, and perhaps the Parks Department has the fear in them now when picking new pieces, but their latest unveiling is just... [blank stare]. CityRoom reports that earlier this week a new jungle gym was presented to residents in the Bronx, and it's shaped like the first rotary printing press—known as the "lightning press"—invented in 1846 by Richard March Hoe. Just what every child wants!

There was some reasoning behind the somewhat quirky design. It resides in Printers Park, which is on the grounds of Hoe's former estate. In a press release the Parks Department explained: “the white concrete at the corner entrance suggests the paper entering the ‘printing press’ play equipment, ending at the spray shower." Makes us wonder what a blogging jungle gym might look like.