RealLifeLore and Half as Interesting wondered if it would be possible to build a road around the world. The answer… is a resounding “no.” Even at their most optimistic, they’re not even willing to consider the thought. But they did uncover interesting roadblocks along the way.
Next time your serve up a cocktail, drop a tiny human skull in, then let it gradually melt like the Nazis in Raiders of the Lost Ark. This two-part silicone tray lets you make four 2″ x 2.36″ skulls at a time, and is great not only for water, but for fruit juice, jello, or candy skulls.
Mike Boyd has picked up 25 unique skills in the past 2 years – not by using or doing anything special – you can see the evidence on his channel. Here he shares the steps he takes to learn a new skill. It all comes down to being a disciplined but practical student.
(PG-13: Language) “And all the hits are saying the same thing. There’s only tonight, tonight, tonight, tonight, tonight, tonight, and life is finite. But sh*t, it feels like forever.” Funny, catchy, and tired of all of this. LCD Soundsystem picks up right where it left off.
If you’re ready to step up your photography game, the guys at the COOPH have rounded up a few basic tips for image correction which can help give your photos some extra punch. We also suggest shooting in RAW mode for the most post-production flexibility.
A versatile and affordable gaming laptop. The Nitro 5 Spin has a 15″ 1080p touchscreen and a 360º hinge so you can set it up in various ways, including as a simple tablet. But unlike most hybrids it can run most modern games thanks to its GTX 1050 GPU. Drops 10/2017 for $999.
The always educational Captain Disillusion takes a break from debunking viral videos and questionable crowdfunding to kick off a new series about the masters of visual effects. The first episode looks at the ahead-of-their-time visuals in the Back to the Future trilogy.
Minnesota artists HVRNT take quality new and restored axes, hatchets, and knives and hand-embellish their wood handles with natural and native imagery, much in the way one might have their skin tattooed. The designs are burned into the wood and then painted in some cases.
Video essayist Kaptain Kristian explores the film that created the zombie genre as we know it today, and how the misstep of not displaying a copyright notice on George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead created a self-replicating monster all of its own.
Looking for the ultimate showdown between He-Man and Skeletor? You won’t find it here. Instead, the two Saturday morning arch-enemies put aside their differences to celebrate the cash they saved at MoneySuperMarket. Directed by The Bobbsey Twins From Homicide.
MOVI lets you convert standard desks into standing desks. Its electronic lift can be adjusted in 0.5″ increments and go up to 18″ high. You can save your preferred height on the control panel, which also has a USB charging port. Its 45″ wide surface is made of bamboo.
Designer Junya Watanabe looked to The North Face’s duffle bags for his collaboration with the outdoor specialists. The Duffle Bag Remake jackets and shirts feature PVC duffle bag fabric as well as backpack straps, oversized logo print and other duffle bag details.
(Gore) “There is a man, somewhere in Edo, who will never die.” From highly prolific director Takashi Miike comes a live action adaptation of Blade of the Immortal. It’s about Manji, a samurai who’s been denied death – but not pain! – until he kills 1000 evil men.
Hot Toys presents the penultimate form of the galaxy’s most powerful sand hater. This 12″ tall figure is based on Anakin Skywalker’s appearance in Star Wars Ep. III: Revenge of the Sith. It comes with a light-up lightsaber, Count Dooku’s lightsaber, a cyborg arm and more.
Stock image house Dissolve used their own library of footage to poke fun at some of the many generic and stupid commercials that pander to folks born in the ’80s and ’90s, and reminding us that ad executives rarely have a clue about how to actually reach their market.
A look inside a factory that makes collectible figurines, as its designs go from sketch, to digital model, to wax model, to silicone mold, to plastic model, to plaster cast, to metal die for creating the final production pieces. Those pieces are then hand-painted and assembled.
Kick off football season right with delicious fresh-cooked sausages and brats on Johnsonville’s handy indoor grill. It cooks up to five sausages at once, and cleans up in a snap. It’s perfect for feeding fantasy draft coaches or making gameday meals with no mess.