The acrobats of Project JUMPoff head to the sandy dunes and oceanfront to show off their amazing gymnastic skills. And when they’re not wowing us with their flips and spins, they breathe fire, because why not?
The latest TV spot for Star Wars: The Force Awakens focuses in on bad guy Kylo Ren and The Dark Side of the Force, as he mounts a huge army of stormtroopers – some with flamethrowers – and takes on our new heroes in both epic and mano-a-mano battles.
Rather than simply turn Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s childhood classic into a CGI remake, this retelling is wrapped in a sort of Princess Bride / LEGO Movie meta story, providing a context in which to preserve the wonderful style of the original.
This pocket sized golf gadget is packed with data from over 30,000 courses, and uses GPS to provide measurements to the front, center and back of the green, hazard/layup distances, and shot distance measurement. Lasts for an up to three rounds between charges.
Perhaps the coolest looking dice ever made, these aluminum cubes have built in LED lighting behind the pips. A motion sensor activates the lights only when you pick them up to roll. Their maker can’t guarantee perfect balance, but they’re still awesome. (Thanks Joseph!)
If you ask us, ’80’s language is, like, totally coming back. Immerse yourself in this charming era with this tubular poster (shipped in a tube!) from rad designers Tim and Aurélia Sanders. It even shows you how to use these words so you don’t look like a major dweeb. Made in Seattle.
(PG-13: Language) Michelle Darnell was one of America’s most successful businessmen, but she got caught swindling and was sent to prison. Now she’s out to reclaim her throne. Melissa McCarthy stars in this thinly veiled parody of Martha Stewart.
Legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk pulled off a crazy trick that seemed to defy gravity – as he zipped through a custom built obstacle that formed a horizontal loop. Of course, the attempt was not without a few painful failures.