WXY Architecture and Weidlinger Associates designed the gorgeous Nanhe River Landscape Bridge in Xinjin, China; it features two intertwining bridges that represent the flow of the river.
Milla Jovovich stars in this indie horror/thriller, in which she loses all ability to recognize faces, making it impossible to tell the difference between the good guys and the bad guys.
Brings new meaning to “work at home,” floating your telecommuting space on the water, instead of on land. The 245+ sq. ft. office (plus deck) offers ample room for both work and entertaining.
Stay classy even when you’re just passed out at home with Restoration Hardware’s Grand Leather Bean Bag. It’s 24″ high and has a diameter of 50″. There are 6 leather upholsteries to choose from.
The Big Easy offers some of the best iced coffee on the planet. Maybe it’s the sweltering heat that makes it taste better. Get a little shot of heaven with this NOLA-style concentrate (made in NYC.)
Petey the wonder dog enjoys the occasional game of volleyball. And we’re not talking about a random bounce here and there – he can volley longer than most humans could. No serves yet, though.
We like the soundtrack and clips in this movie montage; a myriad of shots have been strung together where the camera is following someone who is walking or running. (Thanks Brian!)
The life of brilliant cryogenics expert Dr. Victor Fries took a cruel twist; now he’s avenging his wife, donning a cold badass suit and becoming a archenemy of Batman in Arkham City.
A dizzying array of beautiful posters and prints from Spoke Art’s Quentin vs Coen art show, featuring art from a variety of artists paying homage to the two directors and their classic films.
Hold on to your shorts for a beautiful, death-defying flight through the mountains of Stryn, Norway. For the first minute or so, we had no idea how or where these guys were going to land.
It’s not comprehensive by any means, but this card does cover most of the personal attacks, barbs, disclaimers or outright tangential comebacks that bickering commenters typically resort to.
Ok, it’s not really an anti-gravity machine, but dropping a stack of neodymium magnets into a piece of copper tubing causes them to float through as if they were in zero-G. Damned physics.
(NSFW: Language) Just because this motorized sled runs on solar power doesn’t mean that it can’t zip along at breakneck speeds, taking its creators for a scenic ride along an abandoned railroad track.
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