Hao-Chun Huang‘s Flexbook concept has hinges at the center of its keyboard and display, so it has an e-reader, tablet and laptop mode. It also has a waterproof keyboard and swappable rubber skins.
Art & Design
Etsy seller Pipe Dreams 2010 makes beautiful puzzles of continents and countries using laser-cut wood. Each piece has a magnet on its back so you can display them separately or as one.
(Possible Spoilers) Flickr user wd.farmer loved the 50s style art and icons in Portal 2 so much and decided to make posters out of them, along with quotes from Aperture Science CEO Cave Johnson.
We can’t seem to find the pin on this bar of soap, cast from an actual WWII steel grenade. We’d advise against traveling with this in your luggage, unless you want “special” treatment from the TSA.
There’s something inherently creepy about abandoned amusement parks. Wichita’s Joyland amusement park died in 2004, and its remnants were captured in this eerie short film by Mike Petty.
Because we all need to smile today: check out Adam Nilsson’s self-titled instrument of mass destruction, a complicated technical solution to aid in simple acts of
vandalism art. (Thanks Robert!)