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Mike Joos has a series of prints featuring popular characters both real and fictional riding their very own custom bikes – with a couple of exceptions. You can also order the prints as T-shirts.
Skiers Matthias Giraud and Stefan Laude take a wild ride through the French Alps, narrowly escaping a massive avalanche just behind their backs. Shot with GoPro HD HERO helmet cams.
Taras Lesko was commissioned by Audi to create a scale model of the Audi A7. It took him 285 sheets of paper and 245 hours to finish the incredibly detailed model, which has a total of 750 parts.
Beat (up) your meat with style, and practice your fighting skills with this steak tenderizer that looks like a set of brass knuckles. Tough pot roast won’t stand a chance against your fist.
We’re not quite sure why this officer is unable to break down this door with his kicks, but the guy on the right seems to have a slightly better idea of how to solve the problem.
A look at the character progression in L.A. Noire. Help Cole Phelps rise up from patrolman to detective – solve different crimes, team up with a partner and hone your fighting and sleuthing skills.
Valve ties in their latest game Portal 2 with the legendary wearable meme. Too bad Valve’s online shop doesn’t have a review section. We’re hoping for a video endorsement from Cave Johnson.
The Museum of Modern Art recently began asking visitors for feedback and messages. Most of the kids who filled in the form had positive reviews, but one kid was clearly let down. Shame on you MoMA!
A portable speaker system from Cambridge SoundWorks. Has an amplifier, two satellites and the BassCase subwoofer, which doubles as carrying case. Runs on 110V AC or 12V DC.
Baby Molly isn’t too impressed with bubbles. But she does find it utterly hysterical when she sees their dog Bennie pop them with his mouth, though he seems to think it’s serious business.
Rolling Through the Bay is a kinetic sculpture made of about 100,000 toothpicks made by artist Scott Weaver. Weaver began making it 34 years ago and is still modifying and adding to it. Pics here.
Designed by KWK Promes, the Safe House can transform from a beautiful mansion into a closed off black box at the touch of a button. Its moveable walls can even confine people at the entrance.
Outdoor prankster Jack Vale shifts from making no sense into more covert operations in this two-in-one video, where he plays an all too obvious stalker and then the creepier guy with the package.
While symmetry may sound like perfection, there’s something just so right about the Yin and the Yang of these juxtaposed images. Shot by Everynone for Radiolab and set to the sounds of Sufjan Stevens.
The latest hack for Microsoft’s popular motion controller turns the Kinect into the world’s first self-aware gaming system. Perfect for the week that Skynet supposedly kicked off Judgment Day.
A wonderfully made skate video featuring 12-year old twins Pierce and Chris Brunner. Filmed, edited and directed by Ty Evans, featuring the song Walking On A Dream by Empire Of The Sun.
This compact brushed aluminum cylinder snaps onto the audio jack of most smartphones, providing on-the-go sound and an impromptu stand. Runs on 3 “AAA” batteries, so no charger required.
Paul Rudd dons a shaggy do for Jesse Peretz’ indie comedy about this slightly daffy dude who ends up moving back in with his family after getting busted for seeing drugs to a (uniformed) cop.
A compilation of all 214 dunks that the L.A. Clippers’ own human highlight reel Blake Griffin made in his rookie year. We were almost sick of Blake and dunks after watching this. Almost.
You’ll want to sit back and grab a cup of coffee as this clip takes a while to get going. But trust us, you’ll be awe-struck by this man’s balancing skills as he sticks sticks on top of other sticks.
For some reason, this classic, violent clip about everybody’s favorite holiday bunny reminds us of a certain sequence between Peter Griffin and a chicken. Happy Easter, Awesomer style.
A recent XKCD strip depicted heaven as a Tetris game with a piece that fits whatever you already built. GUD magazine turned it into an actual game. Get in on the reassuring fun here.
Parking is hard to find in San Francisco, and so is the 4-car garage that Beausoleil Architects managed to build for this historic Victorian apartment. Watch the video to find out where it is.
Has a 465hp 6.4L HEMI V8 engine, 175mph top speed, paddle shifters, Brembo calipers and a tech-packed interior, and options like a 900-watt, 19-speaker Harman Kardon sound system.
Apparently this Chinese SUV – or what remains of it – was spotted on a Russian highway, hopefully on its way to the junkyard. Another equally unsafe move? Shooting a video while driving.
Man vs. Wild’s Bear Grylls is famous for drinking his own pee, to demonstrate that it’s feasible and useful in extreme situations. But did he really need to drink it… or does secretly he love the stuff?
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