While carrying a Walkman nowadays might inadvertently call attention to yourself, the Drinkman still looks good enough to look forward to taking it out for a jog when it comes out in May.
Snide remark about the much better takes on both the topic at hand and the manner in which said topic is mocked. Realization that video is still funny. Grateful that it’s not another Sh*t Say video.
Adrien Brody plays a teacher who refuses to form bonds with people. He realizes that like his students, he is in need of guidance as well. Directed by Tony Kaye (American History X).
Two Triumph Speed Triple sportbikes go up against a 550hp supercharged Ford Mustang Cobra in this wonderfully shot video for Icon Motosports. Pop to 3:30 for the start of the chase. High-res stills here.
Deson Wang and Mike He designed what could only be loosely defined as a clock, as it only functions when you hang its removeable watch in the center. Also available with a white watch face.
Having powers is extremely convenient, but humans being humans, convenience is the path to the Dark Side. Convenience leads to sloth, sloth leads to extinction, and that doesn’t lead anywhere.
The Photorito Lens Wrap is a protective cover that resembles the tasty and beloved Mexican dish; lenses stay in place burrito-style with a built-in band in the padded Tyvek and neoprene sleeve.
(Spoilers) The worlds of Walt and Jesse unravel through Kogonada’s perfectly edited remix of shots taken from the perspective of mostly inanimate objects. shovelcam and Roombacam, FTW!
The Sony Xperia S has a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB RAM, a 4.3″ 1280×720 LED-backlit screen, a 12mp rear cam, a 1.3mp front cam, NFC support, HDMI out and games from the PlayStation Suite.
While this “prank” is clearly a staged bit, there’s just something too rewarding about a car being dissected by a giant axe to not share it. Though we think the Mythbusters did it with more style.
The Titan alarm clock and AM/FM radio finds beauty in simplicity. The dimmable LED display for the time and the frequency sits behind the speaker grille. Available in different colors and materials.
Adam Ben Ezra knocks out a smooth cover of the Mad Men theme, using only his upright bass and a loop recorder. We can’t help but imagine the show’s cool opening credits. Studio version here.
A pocket-sized tool that includes 16 screwdriver bits, a tape measure, liquid level, LED flashlight and even a tiny hammer. Crafted from durable cast aluminum, zinc, with a rubber-coated ABS handle.
For those of you who only have one minute for fun today: Matthijs Vlot reinterpets Lionel Richie’s Hello in a most creative way here with clips from a boatload of familiar films. (Thanks James!)
Sebastian Cosor and his highly talented crew breathe life into Edvard Munch’s famous work of art. The visuals and the addition of depth are stunning. Check out the Winter Version here.
A tension-filled showdown between The Good and The Bad. But in a cutthroat world, sometimes it doesn’t matter which side of the law you’re on. Another great production from students of ESMA.
Well, we think we know what job is in little Chloe’s future, as she does her best to say “bye” too all the passersby on the down escalator. But for now, she remains an unjaded, innocent child.
YouTuber keef70 salvaged a surfing video shot on a foggy day and turned it into an even darker scene. The effects aren’t perfect, but the music – The Whales by The Mermen sets the right mood.
Probably the coolest thing we saw at CES 2012, it uses over 6.2 million tiny LEDs, providing the smoothest, brightest, most colorful images we’ve ever seen. Too bad it’s just a prototype – for now.
The official trailer for the Spanish-language comedy Casa de mi Padre promises more over-the-top telenovela tropes. Starring promising actor Will Ferrrrel. And Nick Offerman and his mustache.
Planking is so 2011. Get into the latest craze – “going ostrich”, courtesy of the insane minds of Nathan Barnatt, Russel Ford and FantomenK. We can’t wait to see some celebs try this.
A curious mix of a boat shoe with skateboarding elements – nautical street? The Jonbee has a suede upper with leather accents and a vulcanized rubber sole. It’s also available in black.
Ryan McNaught (as in “astronaught”) built this incredible Saturn V rocket from over 120,000 LEGO bricks. The 19 foot-tall spaceship even has a tiny NASA Astrovan to deliver its flight crew.
(Briefly NSFW) Sebastian Schmieg took a single image and fed it into Google Image Search, then picked its top “similar image” over and over, gradually morphing through over 2950 images.
If you loved the idea behind The Derelict Series, check out Etsy seller Classic Wrecks, who makes 1:24 scale models of vintage cars with realistic wear and tear like rust, broken and missing parts.
The latest version of Porsche’s roadster takes design cues – large air intakes, low windshield, rear wing – from the company’s old Spyder racers. It has a265 hp 2.7L 6-cylinder engine. More here.
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