The Science Channel’s series Street Science presents a neat experiment, mixing bulk quantities of the nasty goo inside of glowsticks to produce a variety of vibrant colors. The result is a new abstract painting medium. Needless to say, don’t play with these chemicals at home.
Glow In The Dark
This limited-edition knife not only features a big 3.85″ blade, and a sturdy stainless steel body, but it’s got glow-in-the-dark handle scales. Other features include a ball bearing lock, a lanyard hole, and a pocket clip. Available for a limited time from Massdrop.
Brooklyn’s Bottleneck Art Gallery is showcasing awesome glow in the dark prints from various artists with its When The Lights Go Out 2 art show. The pieces are based on popular movies, TV shows and video games.
Hot Wheels wrapped a Camaro in reflective and glow-in-the-dark vinyl, fulfilling both boyhood and adult car fantasies at the same time. They really should mount some black lights on it for maximum effect.
These special t-shirts offer a surface which you can draw on using the included UV mini-light or from up to 30-feet-away with a UV laser pointer. Images persist for up to 15 minutes in a pitch black room.
Whether you need to change a tire in the dark or need to beat back a zombie horde, the high-carbon steel Glowbar has you covered, glowing up to 10x brighter than typical glow-in-the-dark stuff.
Most night-readable watches just have glowing faces. But Diesel’s Glow timepiece add luminescent bands so not only can you see the time, your friends can see you at your next rave.
Mateusz Sypien designed these sweet-looking custom glow-in-the-dark baseball caps based on New Era’s 59Fiftys. We can’t decide if they’ll actually look cool or if they’ll just be dorky.
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