Australian designer Tom Hussey has created Kegless, a bag-in-box packaging concept for carbonated beverages that provides a sustainable alternative to conventional single serve packages.
Even if you’re not a fan of Moby’s esoteric musical style, you’ll probably get a kick out of his latest music video, a bittersweet tale shot in the style of a retro 16-bit platformer.
Laptopograms are images made by pressing photosensitive paper onto a laptop screen and briefly flashing an image onto the paper before development in a darkroom.
Daniel Rozin built this interactive sculpture which reflects movements of bystanders onto 768 oxidized steel tiles, controlled by motors which angle them to create shades of light and dark.
Did you know that with just a small tweak to an ordinary digital video camera you could see through some solid objects? This video from Discovery’s Is It Possible? shows you how.
The handmade Bushcrafter bag from Duluth is built for rugged people, with a heavy canvas construction and compartments for compasses, camping axe, and other bush life essentials.
Volkswagen’s new no-pedal electric Bik.e concept is designed to be charged up by the car it is placed in, as well as to fold into a circle that fits neatly in the car’s spare tire compartment.
Other than the fact that this is a waste of perfectly good cupcakes, this slo-mo video of people being pelted with the delicious pastries from a double-barreled pneumatic cannon is sheer awesomeness.
Revisit the original Super Mario Bros. as Link, Samus, Mega Man, Simon Belmont, or Bill – Yes, Bill from Contra – in the ultimate 8-bit mash-up. King Koopa will never kidnap Princess Peach again.
Based on the mechanics of a flight simulator, the Acadalus CPS-H1 is a self-leveling tripod head equipped with a digital inclinometer and stepper motors, keeping shots level with minimal fuss.
How can two hamsters stay on one tiny exercise wheel at the same time? Simple: one runs and the other, well, let’s just say this pet store must have the best hamster feed in the universe.
Product designer Steve Gates created this concept microwave for cooking up quick meals without ever leaving your cubicle. The mini micro would use special meal trays and RFID tags to set cook time.
Sculptor Adrian Tranquill made these lifelike superheroes for his Heroes: The Route of Exposure exhibition. The monochromatic figures were created to show the frailty of these iconic heroes.
Two tiny cars vie for one parking slot. The girl driving the bigger of the two cars sees it first, but the smaller car squeezes in and wins the spot. Or so its driver thinks. Mr. Bean would be so proud.
While other watchmakers strive to create watches that are increasingly harder to read, Art Lebedev keeps things simple with the Verbarius clock, which tells time using words instead of numbers.
Losties everywhere surely will appreciate the major feat Gideon Slife is undertaking: creating an art poster for each and every episode of Lost. We like the sparse style and humor in his prolific collection.
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