911 customizer Singer shows off one of its latest finished jobs. Based on a 964, the Luxemburg – named after the customer’s home town – has a 4L flat-six engine that produces up to 390hp, a removable carbon fiber hard top and a beautiful orange paint job and leather interior.
There are so many great watches on the market, it’s hard to pick which ones are the best for daily wear. Fortunately, our friends at Everyday Carry put together this great guide to help you select your perfect watch, based on features, build, materials, design and more.
Japanese wrestler Risako Kawai showed the world a new wrestling tradition when she won the gold medal in the women’s 53kg freestyle division at Rio 2016. This should be done in every sport. Spike the coach, dunk the coach…
(PG-13: Language) Get some therapeutic revenge on your boss and your workplace with Modern Toss’ coloring book. Its 64-pages are filled with passive aggressive takes on the daily grind, from commuting to work, going on meetings and more.
A smartphone accessory for home construction or improvement. Walabot uses a depth sensor and an app to provide a digital image of what’s behind walls, as well as how far they are inside. Use it to spot wires, pipes and more.
Roger Federer has had a long and successful career, but Mercedes-Benz imagines him having one that lasted six decades. Watch him adapt to the ever changing times – and shoutout Andre Agassi’s now mythical hair – in this tongue-in-cheek commercial.
Fans of 3D platformers have a new game to get excited about, with this game from members of the creative team behind Banjo Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country. The cartoony characters look the part, and there’s plenty of variety in gameplay and level design.
There’s a saying we like to use when something is already past the point of no return: “you can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube.” But if we lived in Mark Hacks‘ backwards world, not only would that be possible, we could unbreak eggs, unpeel oranges, and objects would roll uphill.
This footage may be 8 years old, but it doesn’t make it any less impressive. Watch as then high school student Anna Gu demonstrates a bridge she made from layered and glued sheets of paper that was so strong that the hook that held the weights failed before it did. Design here.
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