A character made of scraps wanders though the woods until he comes across a sign that will help him discover where he belongs in Origins, Robert Showalter’s poignant and luminous graduation film.
It’s already well established that cats love to chase laser pointers. Heck, they’d probably jump off a building to follow a little red dot (and still land on all fours). But this? We never expected this.
Artist Jennifer Collier carefully bonds, waxes, traps and stitches cardboard, thread, and road maps into contemporary textiles; that “fabric” is then fashioned into pristinely detailed everyday objects.
(NSFW: Language) Bacon wrap it ’cause it’s gangsta: what do you get when you cross CorridorDigital, FreddieW and Epic Meal Time? A pile of burgers, obviously. The fun begins at 5:30.
Wicked’s new laser has a range of 85 miles, so no aiming at any orbiting satellites, because it could mess up their sensors. It can also blind pilots since it’s 8,000 times brighter than the sun. Whoa.
This handy hourglass is an easy way of keeping track of how long you’ve been hosing off. The rotatable receptacle has a suction cup on its back. Not that your bath time should only be 5 minutes.
That man is a pervert (he’s also Dominic Monaghan of LotR and LOST). He wants to give you unwanted intimacy. Know how to defend yourself from a pervert with Ray Amsley’s instructional video.
We’ve seen all sorts of fights with all sorts of weapons, but never any so unusual (and feather-filled) as this Russian brawl, punctuated with what can only be described as Angry Birds IRL.
(NSFW Language) Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer admit their dependence to the man who brought sexy back, begging him to stop clowning around and go back to doing what he does best.
Designer Jordy Smith’s stylish, but high-tech watch offers an innovative “Suffer and Recover” mode, which helps you interval train, and also tracks tide predictions for 200+ beaches around the world.
Who is the real you? Are you the same person all the time? What does it mean to be “real” or “genuine”? Nir Philosof reflects on these and other questions about identity and denial in his short film.
Mmmm. Donut. Sorry, you can’t eat these compact speakers from Philips, but you can wirelessly stream audio to them from your AirPlay-enabled iOS device. In AC or battery-powered models.
Most of us dread the words “snowstorm” – extreme skiers live for seasons when the snow won’t end. Matchstick Productions shares the beauty of nature and drama of the sport in their new documentary.
Graphic designer Genis “Gex” Carreras’ attempt to symbolize major philosophical theories using minimalist art. Gex will also release a compilation of all the prints in book form.
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