CineFix showcases the various kinds of title sequences – some introduce characters, some actually start the story, and some simply set the tone – while going through its top 10 picks of this artwork within an artwork. You won’t argue with their top pick.
Artist Danny Stowe’s beautiful and unique brass Zippo windproof lighters are wrapped in handstitched, permanent leather covers which give them a rugged western look. Choose from raw, distressed, burnt distressed, or woodgrain finishes.
A modern take on the old 1970s mechanical flip-dial alarm clocks. The animated LCD face mimics the flip design, but eliminates mechanical issues and the ticking sound which could keep light sleepers awake. It’s also got a super loud alarm that’s sure to wake you up.
Bored at your desk? You could use your downtime teach yourself to play some music using a plastic coffee stirrer like this guy did. Of course Darth Vader would never need one of these, as he likes his coffee like his outfits – black.
A compact yet powerful portable speaker with a unique canteen-like design. It’s waterproof, so you can take it kayaking or on the beach, and attaches to bikes, backpacks, or other items using its durable bungee strap.
A fun time-lapse video for gearheads, as the lovely Giovanna Parascandolo takes a fully disassembled engine from a 1967 Fiat 500 F and reassembles it. She says it took her about two full days to complete the task, but it’s been digested down to just under 4 minutes.
A second look at the new FX X-Men spin-off series, which takes us inside the life of a man thought to be insane, but who in fact possesses an impressive array of mutant powers. With Fargo creator Noah Hawley as showrunner, we’re pretty stoked. Premieres 2/8/17.
A titanium multitool that doubles as a set of eating utensils. It offers 10 functions including spork, knife, box cutter, plybar/flathead screwdriver, can opener, bottle opener, peeler and cord cutter, and comes with an optional Hypalon pouch with a fire flint and carabiner.
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