Metaphump performs jazzy funk covers of rock and metal tunes. Here, they turn in an excellent rendition of Rage Against the Machine’s Killing in the Name, with a groovy bassline and vibrant horn section. Their Metallica and Megadeth covers are worth a listen too.
Mezco Toyz new flattened, but still slightly plush fabric collectible toys. The first figures are based on horror faves Freddy Krueger, Jason Vorhees, and Chucky. Each one measures about 12″ tall, making them perfect couch decorations. We love the button eyes on Freddy and Chucky.
Whether it’s a bee sting or a kick in the groin, pain sucks. But we need these unpleasant sensations so we know when something is wrong or when to avoid danger. Life Noggin explores the nature of pain, and some conditions which prevent people from feeling it.
33 Games creates teensy (non-functional) replicas of classic arcade cabinets and pinball machines. They’re extremely detailed, down to the mini joysticks and on-screen graphics. They’re built to 1/12th scale, and measure about 6″ tall. They even make a change machine.
Metalsmith shurap bunched together a number of self-tapping screws, then heated, and repeatedly hammered them down flat to create a damascus-style patterned blade. Like his steel washer and cable blades, the finished knife has a truly unique and beautiful texture.
There’s a lot of talk about the performances in Craig Gillespie’s dark comedy I, Tonya, but the film wouldn’t be what it was without the skating scenes. Here’s an inside look at the effects work from Eight VFX, who helped make it look like Margot Robbie was an olympic athlete.
(PG-13: Language) Judd Apatow’s HBO doc features interviews with Shandling’s friends and family, as they delve into the psyche of the late comedian, his self-deprecating humor, and his drive to always top his last show. If you never watched The Larry Sanders Show, you must.
Since this video by Green Grass dates back to 2011, it doesn’t include Radiohead’s most recent albums, but it’s still fascinating to hear the soothing sounds you get when you play every song the band recorded between Pablo Honey and Supercollider/The Butcher simultaneously.
Groom yourself in those hard to reach places with this unique shaver. Designed to shave body and back hair, these blades easily remove those pesky tufts that you can’t reach – and skip the embarrassment of looking a cashier in the face when you buy from The Awesomer Shop.
This Swiss-made timepiece has a flat dial which splits the morning hours onto the light side and the evening hours onto the dark side. The current time can be viewed at the red marker. Crafted from polished, brushed, or sand-blasted stainless steel. Hits Kickstarter on 2/27/18.
We’ve always assumed that chocolate was meant to be eaten, and not used as a kitchen utensil. But after you watch this video from Kiwami Japan, you’ll see how chocolate can not only be moulded into the shape of a knife, but it can be sharpened enough to actually cut food.