A young, engaged couple subjected themselves to hours of makeup and prosthetics work for an emotional glance at what they might look like as they grow old. It’ll be interesting to look back and see how accurate the makeup artists were.
Snoop Dogg stopped by The Tonight Show this week, and participated in Jimmy’s stoner-friendly Real People, Fake Arms bit, working at Drizzles, a bake shop with some uhm, questionable treats and cooking techniques.
While it’s probably not going to chop down the mightiest tree in the forest, Survco’s credit card sized axe head will do in a pinch. It’s also got 20 other functions, including wrenches, bottle opener, saw, nail puller and more.
An app-controlled coffee roaster that’s as easy to use as a kettle. Ikawa lets you roast up to 60g/1.2oz. of green coffee beans at a time. It has predetermined settings, but you can also tweak them and share your recipes with others.
Graphic designer and self-proclaimed human-cyborg Nick Harrison created this duo of prints of the Rebel fleet’s iconic fighter, layered from Starfighter Silver and Squadron Red inks and Dark Side gloss varnish. Red 5 standing by.
Stuntmen Enrico Schoeman and André de Kock pulled off this death-defying record breaking feat in which they drove their motorcycle through a 395 foot-long tunnel of fire – and this is after they were injured on previous attempts.
If you thought it was difficult to get all the way through a single Mega Man game, you’ll be even more impressed by Aura Puffs’ ability – to complete both Mega Man X and Mega Man X2 at the same time – with a single controller.
During a recent Nitro Circus event, performer R Willy pulled off an astounding feat – the world’s first triple backflip on a scooter. Apparently, he’s been attempting this at every show for two years straight, so persistence pays off.