Sure, the models are kids – okay, babies – and they’re from an Etsy shop called, uhm, “Rub a Dub Buddies”, but come on! Can you honestly say that you don’t want a towel with a shark head hood?
(NSFW: Language) David Mitchell rants about the chaotic assault of stimuli at the end of TV shows: credit roll + voice over + scenes from next episode + banner announcing the next show…
A series of prints that capture the “humanity and energy” that flows in New York from day to night. Stephen Wilkes spent at least 10 hours per piece shooting pictures from the same perspective.
One of the weirdest game-related videos we’ve ever seen. Drama, humor and of course action all rolled into one. We can only hope that the game is as absurd as this trailer makes it out to be.
No, you can’t use this thing to stop spammers from filling your Gmail box, but you can slice your snail mail open in seconds with this opener based on a vintage 1918 “knuckle-duster” trench knife.
The risk of being caught may be thrilling to some graffiti artists, but if you’d rather play it safe, try this neat app. Create virtual graffiti in the real world then share your work via geotagging.
Can’t stand bloated digital zoom specs? Olympus’ compact camera is all lens. With an outstanding 36x optical zoom (24-864mm equivalent), it lets you get up close from any distance.
Gunfire, explosions and tanks – what’s not to like? Check out the intense 64-player vehicle warfare – including jets – from this impressive Battlefield 3 multiplayer Caspian Border map. Looking good.
All-girl sleepover parties include tickle fights and ice cream sundae eating, but until we saw this video, we really had no clue how extreme things can get when it comes time to share secrets.
There is absolutely nothing in this video that isn’t awesome. The get-up, the music, the dance moves, the butterfly knife, the chillin’ leopard art, and then there’s… just watch the whole thing.
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