Kidrobotâ€™s All City Breakers are inspired by the retro classic green army men and their solid plastic bases. Each figure is offered in four colors and is paired with a boombox to deliver the beat.
These unreal sculptures are the work of UK artist Stephen Kettle, who creates them using thousands of slivers of stone slate, cut and placed precisely to form figures, animals and more.
Artists, athletes, technology and nature meet in this wonderfully shot story-within-a-story. Renan Ozturk followed Jimmy Chin as the latter made a piece about modern day mountain climbing.
(NSFW: Language) Six Million Dollar Man / Fall Guy Lee Majors stars in this promising looking new “stunt comedy” produced by Lance Krall and Tony Hawk about the world of stunt men and women.
The Naughty Dog guys whet our appetites for more Uncharted goodness with this in-game footage from the epic cargo plane level. There’s nothing quite like falling out of a plane without a chute.
It doesn’t hold many passengers, but on the other hand the wait at this train crossing is about as good as it gets. Maybe this is what they the Monopoly guys were thinking of with the “Short Line.”
As the remnants of Delta squad battle the Locust Horde, they discover an even more insidious threat in the latest Gears of War 3 Dust to Dust trailer. September 20th cannot come soon enough.
Someone went to photo sharing site 4chan and asked for a drawing of Link and a character called Raven “standing next to each other getting ready to fire a bow at an enemy.” Request granted.
The workman’s boot infused with sporty looks. Has a plush full grain leather upper, textile lining and synthetic tongue for comfort and breathability, as well as durable metal eyelets and boot laces.
Check out the humble beginnings of some of the most complex architectural endeavors in Architects’ Sketchbooks. The book features preliminary sketches and insight from 85 of the world’s best.
(NSFW: Language) Anybody else wanna go green? Don Cheadle makes us laugh out loud as the 90’s “hero” (or is it eco-tyrant?) Captain Planet in this live action Funny or Die bit. (Thanks, Joel!)
The fact that we can watch and share this video is a testament to our advanced society. Yet the relevance and very existence of this film reminds us that we have a long way to go in other respects.