A group of guys in Moscow decide to take a motorcycle ride, and play a little concert while they head down the highway. We’d feel better if they were wearing helmets, though.
You might need to go to Japan to get your hands on these Chuck Taylors, but if you’re the outdoorsy-type you might just have to. We’re especially enamored of the fuzzy ones.
If you ever find yourself face-to-face with an horde of zombies without a shotgun, the Cold Steel Throwing Shovel is your weapon of choice. Modeled after an actual Soviet special forces weapon.
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The trademark sounds of dubstep are typically achieved with electronic effects, but Pinn Panelle manages to reproduce the musical stylings of Skrillex with guitars, drum and bass (mostly).
This cool stop-motion film by animator Sarah Wickens was made using rays of reflected sunlight as the primary medium. We’ve never seen light grow fingernails before, though.
For the happy-go-lucky amongst you, here’s a pachinko-style coin bank that leaves the fate of your change up to chance – set the categories on the white boards and start playing, er saving.
The Simpsons had another guest animator for its couch gag, John Kricfalusi, better known as the creator of Ren & Stimpy, proving that John K. just gets weirder with age.
World-famous beatboxer Darren Foreman aka BeardyMan wowed the Montreal Comedy Festival crowd with his impromptu mix of beatbox, stand-up comedy, reggae, country and classical music.
It’s dangerous to hey! ho! let’s go! alone – take this awesome mash-up of the classic Ramones presidential seal graphic with all things Zelda. Yes, it’s also available in green. Designed by MangaKid.
The 2011 Wiesmann GT MF5 looks like a gentleman but drives like a madman. It has a 4.4L 555hp V8 twin-turbo engine, a top speed of 193mph, an aluminum chassis and a glass fiber bodyshell.
A Dead Island playthrough in real life, featuring a less than ideal character who manages to get by thanks to the world’s strongest hanger. Humor and gaming tropes abound.
After 92 years on this planet, Andy Rooney’s ends his run on 60 Minutes tonight. Holy Taco pays tribute to Sir Crankypants with this appropriately rambling rant. We still love you, Andy.
After a catastrophic fire ripped through a Ford dealership, firefighters managed to drive the crushed remnants of an F150 4×4 out of the rubble, like a phoenix rising from the ashes.
After the boombox watch and the turntable watch, Flud continues its music theme with the BPM, a wristwatch that looks like a drum machine. The geeky truth? It’s actually a calculator watch.
With a top speed of 101mph, this two-seater and coffee table just broke the world’s record for fastest couch. A dining table hit 113.8mph, but we’ve got no video of that, of course.
A dig on the Redshirt archetype, that character who you just know is going to get offed to show how nasty things can get. And things can’t get much nastier than being a Redshirt in Jurassic Park.
This girl is practicing some moves for her drill team, when her kid brother decides to pop into the frame. Not only does he completely upstage her, she has no clue until the end. Smack that!
While Marquese “Nonstop” Scott’s moves may not be as sublime as last time, there are times in this more down-to-earth clip when he makes us wonder if his skeleton has been replaced with rubber.
26 classic songs, and not a single coherent lyric amongst them – at least not the parts Jane Lui, Michael T. and Jonathan Batiste chose to perform in this medley directed by Joe Sabia.
Toyota hasn’t made a new Supra in almost a decade, but rumors pop up from time-to-time, and designer Andreas Fougner hopes this is what the next Supra will look like. We have to agree.
We love the bold typography and nonsensical sayings that Noa Bembibre’s calendar has to offer. Sold in an edition of 700, it’s printed in four colors on and finished with black ribbon binding,
This time-lapse of Mark Crilley sketching a perfect copy of a crumpled piece of paper in what he refers to as a “realism challenge” is just amazing. Turns out he’s a pretty good graphic novelist too.
A simple upgrade for car doors that automatically pops up to prevent chipping the paint of off the adjacent vehicle. Let’s hope it doesn’t lull people into swinging their car doors open willy-nilly.
Southern Comfort’s Fiery Pepper, which blends the ubiquitous liquor with Tabasco chilies and other natural pepper flavors, should aid in keeping your consumption hot without blowing your head off.
What game can you play with a couple of crushed up paper cups and a penny anywhere you go? How about the latest sensation that’s sweeping the nation – Penny Pong. No nets required.
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