Julie Legros and Lavallard Boget created this truly special interpretation of a classic Eames mid-century modern chair, replacing fiberglass with concrete, and swapping aluminum for steel rebar legs. The seat side has a smooth finish, while the rear is rough and unfinished.
Trials rider Kenny Belaey demonstrates his incredible balance as he makes his way to the top of a rock, and then proceeds to ride his bike across a slackline over a 367 foot drop, all the while facing the challenges of the ~8900 foot altitude. Thank god for safety gear.
A TSA-approved kit that has everything you need to make an Old Fashioned, a gin and tonic or a Moscow mule mid-flight. Well, everything except alcohol of course. Stupid rules. Each kit makes two cocktails.
Hoops fans, see if you can score some hot cocoa 3-pointers using mini marshmallows with this 16-ounce basketball mug that has a built-in hoop and backboard. We don’t recommend slam-dunking though the ceramic hoop though.
(PG-13) True to the song’s message – about being a cheapskate – Lil Dicky begged rich folks in Los Angeles to lend them their time, house, yacht, cars and establishments for free to make this low budget music video.
This unusual looking conveyance combines elements of bicycling, skating and scootering in one. Rear-wheel steering enables a tight 2-foot turning radius, and it brakes like a bike. Plus, it’s versatile enough to use for transportation or tricks. Available in three sizes.
This may not be the first time it has been done, but it’s nonetheless inspiring to see something as simple as a plastic soda bottle be repurposed into something much, much bigger. (Thanks, Juanjo!)
An all-star cast of PS3 game characters gather together for a few drinks and raise a glass to â€œMichaelâ€, the kid who controls them all on their adventures in Sony’s cool ad. (Thanks, Everyone!)
We’re not exactly fans of her wooden acting either, but Optimus the Malamute seems to be completely freaked out by Ms. Roberts and her horse-like appearance. Or is it the music in the background?
What happens when you carefully interlace 1,000 wooden popsicle sticks, then flick just one of them? If you know what you’re doing – something pretty spectacular, as is evidenced by this video clip.
Good artists copy, great artists steal. We learn that yet again in this examination of the Wachowski’s 1999 classic The Matrix, which clearly found plenty of inspiration in many earlier films.
Wall graphic maker Blik has tied up with several video game companies to make wall decals of some of the most famous video game franchises, from Pong to Pac-Man. Most decals are reusable.
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