This mechanical chimera is a 1982 Porsche 928 fitted with a Boeing T-50 jet engine. Surprisingly, it’s specs are not off the roof – 365hp with a top speed of 160mph. And it runs on diesel.
Just the very idea of a music video that features the epic conflict between flamethrower and fire extinguisher piqued our curiosity. But watching this clip in all it’s slow-mo glory is truly epic.
A concept wristwatch for the visually-impaired. The face of the watch displays the time in Braille. The user can also raise his arm and tilt the watch toward his ear to make it say the time aloud.
Monkey Shoulder whiskey is the world’s first Triple Malt, a blend of 3 of Speyside’s finest single malt whiskies, matured in Bourbon casks under a Malt Master’s supervision before being released.
Lead your favorite NFL team to glory, or create your own ultimate football team in Madden NFL 11. The game features a revamped play-calling system and new dual stick controls. Available on Aug. 10.
The National Trust placed 10 giant sofas, all of them stuffed with hay and covered in grass, in various places in the UK to encourage citizens to go out more often and enjoy the summer outdoors.
These tough-ass minifigs were inked using ballpoint pens. Barcelona-based Grey agency made these pictures for a series of Pilot pen advertisements. We wonder if LEGO would approve of these.
Looking like they came out of the 1980s, these sneakers are both stylish and practical. Made of suede, nylon mesh, and a specially designed sole that cushions and has good grip.
At first glance, it’s a shiny but unassuming world map. But the layer of gold foil can be scratched off to reveal a colorful and more detailed map. Perfect for globetrotters – and lottery players.
Although it looks a bit off-kilter at first glance, we’re grown to love designer Tiancheng Luo’s concept for a clock, which he designed with people who stay up late in mind. 6pm is the new 12am.
Our experience shooting off fireworks is limited to the occasional bottle rocket, but these guys did just a little more than that, shooting off 15,000 fireworks in sequence from a single ignition.
Last Exit To Nowhere has been dubbed the “movie geek’s mecca”, and rightly so. The shop sells clothes and posters inspired by popular movies, from Ferris Bueller to Blade Runner.