After gulping down a can of sponsor Monster Energy’s high-powered drink, snowbiker and X Games athlete Cody Matechuk headed into the snow-capped mountains of British Colombia for a thrilling ride on his motorized snowbike. Expect lots of daring jumps off of rocky cliffs into a thick cushion of fresh powder.
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Things go completely off the rails in this epic Gymkhana video. Travis Pastrana goes wild on the streets of Florida as he takes on monster trucks, a fighter jet, a drag racer, jet skiers, and a helicopter all while he hoons about in a bonkers 1983 Subaru GL wagon that’s been upgraded with an 864-horsepower engine.
ThruNite’s palm-sized flashlight kicks out up to 693 lumens in its top setting and looks great in its army green aluminum alloy case. It offers five brightness modes and a strobe mode, and runs on a rechargeable 16340 battery. It also has a two-way clip, and a magnetic tail cap so you can stick it to steel surfaces.
Woodworker Ryan Hawkins shows us the time-consuming and laborious process that went into building a truly stunning piece of furniture. He built the 24″ x 48″ coffee table from maple, cherry, and walnut wood, incorporating a herringbone pattern into its top, inspired by a design from cutting board artist MTMWood.
Los Arango tequila honors Jose Doroteo Arango (AKA Pancho Villa) for defending his people in the Mexican Revolution. Its locally harvested 100% Blue Weber Agave is fired onsite in clay ovens, fermented with a specialty yeast strain, double distilled, then bottled in blown glass and hand-finished with leather, metal, and wood accents.
Diatomic studio created and directed this compelling black-and-white short film which uses basic geometric shapes to create hypnotic visuals. By combining, rotating, moving, and scaling the individual objects, hypnotic patterns come to life. Watch it once from a distance, then watch it again, focusing on an specific point.
Having lived in Orlando, we can confirm that Florida is, um… different. Wendover Productions looks at the history of the Sunshine State and how it got to be unlike any other place, with its manufactured communities, theme parks, and its population of runaways from other states, stoked by its beaches and low taxes.
Making mixed tapes for paramours may have gone the way of the dodo, but record lovers can still wear their vinyl on their sleeves by sending These Songs Remind Me of You notecards. Shaped like 45 singles, 12 clever all-occasion card designs by illustrator Tuesday Bassen slide into envelopes resembling single sleeves.
Gordon Ramsay is the danger in this hilarious mashup of Breaking Bad and Hell’s Kitchen from Alternative Cuts. Walter White goes up against the always unhinged Tuco Salamanca and his cousin Lalo in a battle for cooking supremacy. But then a wildcard turns up with much more experience in the food service industry.
This limited-edition watch is the ultimate collectible for DeLorean fans. Each of the 456 stainless steel timepieces has an outer dial ring harvested from parts of John Z. DeLorean’s personal DMC-12 company car. The self-winding 39mm watch has a visible Swiss-made movement, a sapphire crystal, and an FKM rubber strap.
Add Amazon Alexa capabilities to more spots in your house with this bargain price on a refurbished Amazon Echo Dot. This compact speaker can play music and offers voice assistant features for smart home, news, weather, and more. It also has a 3.5 mm audio output for connecting a larger external speaker.
Composer Lalo Schifrin’s theme from Mission Impossible is one of the most recognizeable TV and movie theme songs of all time. But we bet you’ve never heard it like this. Musician Jamie Dupuis found a way to preserve the urgency of the original while adding a dash of bluegrass on the 5-string banjo.
This wireless keypad is the perfect add-on for iPad artists who use Procreate. It provides quick access to 23 shortcuts so you can focus on drawing instead of fumbling through menus. It has buttons for switching brushes, changing pen tip sizes, sampling and selecting colors, changing layers, undo/redo, and more.
After explaining how cheap laser pointers can be dangerous, mad scientist styropyro said to hell with safety and built himself a super-sized green laser pointer that emits a beam that’s so intense you need welder’s goggles to be in the same room with it. At the core of the instrument is an insanely bright and hard-to-acquire laser diode.
Frozen TV dinners and the microwaveable meals we can buy today have long been a convenient way to easily fix a full, hot meal. But who came up with these compartmentalized dinners, and when was the first TV dinner served? Weird History Food explores the origin story of this popular mealtime shortcut.
Meaning “breast,” pechuga is a mezcal-based spirit that adds or hangs ingredients in the still to impart aroma, texture, and flavor from everything from strawberries to turkey. Rarely found in the US, pechuga is made in Mexico by mezcaleros for celebrations and provides an offering or spiritual connection to the dead.
Freestyle mountain bike rider Sam Pilgrim got his hands on a beat-up side-by-side tandem bicycle and thought it could use an upgrade. So he and his pal Louie outfitted it with a powerful 80cc paramotor fan. The resulting vehicle is insanely loud and squirrely as hell. We’re impressed they didn’t roll it.
Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo shows off his multitude of talents in this wild music video by director Peter Quinn. The tricky visual effects shots make it appear that Rivers has cloned himself and performed all of the instruments on the track What Happens After You? from the band’s 2022 seasonal release SZNZ: Autumn.
HBO and the creator of Chernobyl take on the brilliant, bleak, and nightmarish video game The Last of Us. Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian) and Bella Ramsay (Game of Thrones) find themselves partnered up as they try and survive a post-apocalyptic world filled with terrifying mutants and even worse humans. Premieres 1.15.2023.
Ross the Random is back with another cool transformation video. This time, he took an ordinary steel spoon and turned it into a beautiful work of art. First, he carefully cut out a dragon pattern using a jeweler’s saw. Then, he used a grinder and file to turn its handle into a tiny sword. We love the blue finish he added with the torch.
The airport code LAX stands for Los Angeles International, which makes sense. But why is Nashville International BNA? Or Newark International EWR? CGP Gray does his best to untangle the IATA three-letter naming conventions for airports around the globe and the further mess that the FAA made of US names.
Enjoy a complete vinyl listening experience with Mbeat’s turntable system. It has a solid metal platter with resonance damping and a factory-installed cartridge, comes with a pair of 18W speakers, and can also send music wirelessly via Bluetooth. Save 20% off the regular price in The Awesomer Shop.
Does comic collecting get your Spidey senses tingling? Chronicle Books boxed 100 postcards of the greatest Spider-Man comic book covers by such artists as Steve Ditko, John Romita Sr. and Jr., and Todd McFarlane. The whole Marvel-ous gang is here, from Peter Parker to Gwen Stacy, and villains Venom, Green Goblin and Doc Ock.
Inspired by the idea that Weebles wobble but they don’t fall down, mad inventor Colin Furze decided he wanted to become a Weeble himself. So he got to work on a semi-circular concrete base and a mounting plate that allows him to roll around his workshop without faceplanting.
This pair of light bars add vibrant colors to your room – mounted behind your TV or as standalone accent lights. They can sync with music and offer app-based, Google, and Alexa voice color control. They also sell a Pro version that detects the images on your TV screen with a camera and matches colors in real-time.