Whiskers on kittens aren’t the only attribute felines share with humans. Gerrard Gethings’ animal portraits make the case. For the memory card game Do You Look Like Your Cat? Gethings found 25 people and their furry lookalikes. Just place the cards face down and collect pawsome matching pairs.
For those unfamiliar with them, Kapla planks are basically skinny wooden dominoes. You can use them for building structures and knock them, which is more than half the fun. Enjoy a variety of complex structures as they topple in this clip from the aptly-named Kaplamino.
Toast your friends with spirited holiday cards featuring classic Campari cocktails. Love & Victory’s set of eight cards and envelopes with greetings on the front and a cocktail recipe – Boulevardier, Negroni, Negroni Sbagliato, or Americano – on the back. Just the thing to thank weary Santa and his drink-deserving, gift-giving ilk.
The sad clown with the golden voice teamed up with musician Storm Large for a most excellent cover version of The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl’s cynical holiday classic Fairytale of New York, a song that still gives us chills every time we hear it.
Most big coffee manufacturers can’t trace their beans to their farmers. Nobletree Coffee takes a farm-to-cup approach by sourcing exclusively from family-owned crops. The result is an award-winning line of 100% Arabica coffees: sustainably farmed, milled, exported, then small-batch roasted in Brooklyn.
If you’ve ever walked through an outdoor sculpture garden, you’ve probably seen sculptures that move when the wind blows. Artist Anthony Howe is known for creating kinetic sculptures like these. In this video, he provides a glimpse into the painstaking process that’s involved in making these dynamic and precise works of art.
As much fun as it is to follow and take down criminals in video games, sometimes game developers give players a bit more help than they’d have in the real world. This hilarious clip from Joel Haver and Trent Lenkarski illustrates some of the biggest flaws in the way that NPC logic works.
Designer Tom Ford’s distinctive black and white watch not only looks great, but it also makes a statement. Its case and hand-braided strap are made entirely from plastics pulled from oceans. It features a Swiss quartz movement, Super Luminova hands and numbers, an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, and stainless steel back.
Lamar + Nik created this clever music video for Taylor Bennett f/Mr. Hudson’s soulful hip hop track Don’t Wait Up. Rather than shooting on location, they placed the musician into scenes using the screen from an iPhone. They made the sets from cardboard, hot glue, and assorted miniatures. Behind the scenes here.
This rugged toiletry bag was designed to provide access to supplies no matter where your travels take you. Its rounded-corners won’t snag in your luggage, and its main compartment provides quick access to frequently-used items. It has mesh and plastic zippered compartments and a swivel steel hook for hanging.
This snowflake-shaped tool manages to pack in 20 features on your keychain. It’s made from stainless steel and includes multiple screwdrivers, hex wrenches, Allen wrenches, a bike wrench, box cutter, bottle opener, and more. Available in a natural or black finish.
The last time we checked in with Colin Furze, he was performing initial tests on his giant steel trebuchet. There were still a few kinks to be worked out, but now that those issues are sorted, it’s ready to start dishing out some destruction. Among the victims are an old mobile home, a couple of cars, and the trebuchet itself.
It’s been a while since we’ve been on a waterslide, but this insane looking ride at Belgium’s Plopsaqua De Panne looks like something we’d want to work our way up to. Riders start out in a nearly vertical position, then the floor drops out from under their feet for a speedy descent straight down into the tube.
’90s kids, remember Edwyn Collins’ hit track A Girl Like You? Here’s a great cover version of the tune by Aussie electro-rockers Tame Impala that they performed for Triple J’s Like a Version series. It sounds almost identical to the original at first, but they go on to make it their own.
When you’ve turned your enthusiasm for hockey into a career, you need to practice all the time. In this short clip, stick-handling expert Pavel Barber shows off how he trains using an extra-wide treadmill at The Skating Lab while his buddy off camera feeds him practice cones, pucks, and a few unexpected items to dodge.
This old-fashioned stainless steel ice cream scoop carves out perfect cylinders instead of spheres, resulting in larger, taller scoops, and a unique presentation for frozen desserts. Just press into ice cream, and pull the trigger above your cone or bowl.
If you’re ever in a car accident and can’t get your door open, smashing the window may be the only way to escape. This emergency tool can easily shatter a window and cut through seat belt webbing. It also packs a white LED flashlight, a red SOS light, and a built-in 2200 mAh battery pack for recharging your phone in a pinch.
The pulp that goes into making paper comes from trees. But there’s a big difference between the way a paper mill churns out bleached white sheets, and the steps required to make paper from scratch. How To Make Everything walks us through the process. It took about 28 hours of labor to produce their first crude sheet.
Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Standard Proof’s specialty rye whiskeys are infused with natural ingredients for a big and bold taste. Flavors include an eye-opening Arabica coffee, a sweet honeysuckle wildflower, a zesty ginger root, along with pecan, mint, and pineapple. Sold in 750ml bottles and great for making cocktails.
As the curator of arms and armor at The Wallace Collection in London, England, Tobias Capwell is quite the expert on the subject. In this video from Insider, he provides his brutally honest opinion on the realism and historical accuracy of combat gear in movies and TV shows, from The Mandalorian to The Lord of the Rings.
When gearheads think of hot hatches, the Volkswagen Golf GTI often comes to mind as the genre’s first entry. Goodwood Road & Racing looks back at the early days’ hot hatches to show off some even earlier models, along with other small and agile cars which kicked off the trend in Europe.
Expert LEGO builder Akiyuki takes us on a ride on a 224-foot-long train track that he designed and built. Along the way, you’ll enjoy twists, turns, loops, cliffs, bridges, and a few obstacles. The self-propelled camera car’s speed is more railroad than roller coaster, but it’s still a fun ride, especially watching it climb the stairs.
Keep your digits from drying out this winter with Seattle Sundries‘ solid lotions. Each puck is made from a blend of beeswax, shea butter, moisturizing oils, and essential oils. This set of four tins includes herbal lemon, citrus mint, summer flowers, and sweet almond scents. We also dig their black-walnut Sasquatch soap.
Since 2018, GoPro has been inviting its camera users to show off their athleticism and adventurous spirit with their Million Dollar Challenge. This year’s 4K highlight reel is not only packed with some exceptional action footage but serves as a testament to just how amazing action camera technology has become.
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