Normally, if you want a mural on your wall, you need to paint it. But the guys at Russia’s Cool Print SPB have a computer-controlled rig that does all the hard work. The machine rides on rails and then moves along the wall like a gigantic inkjet printer, outputting large-scale, full-color images. Longer tracks = wider images.
We have fond childhood memories of creating repetitive geometric patterns using a Spirograph. This compilation video of elegant desserts being embellished by pastry artist Amaury Guichon reminds us of those times, as he show off some masterful piping skills with his delectable, edible treats.
When you first click play on this video, you’re gonna get Rickrolled. But let it keep going and you’ll be treated to 49 more memorable songs that have become Internet staples, all played with an energetic rock edge by TheDooo on his electric guitar. How many can you name without looking?
Love the aroma of freshly-brewed coffee or tea? DW Home’s Cup of Joe collection packages those delightful scents in candle form. They come in Caramel Macchiato, Caffe Mocha, Salted Caramel Latte, Chai Latte, and Matcha Green Tea Latte fragrances, each packaged to look like a coffee cup and lid.
As part of a balloon animal kingdom, a multi-national team of 34 artists and students from the Netherlands, Turkey, and Spain created this giant sculpture of a dinosaur from 150,000 biodegradable balloons. The 64-foot-long creature was on display in Istanbul in November 2020. We want to see the popping footage now.
This compact tool was designed by Joe Wu for CRKT. It can store up to four bits in its chamber, and ships with T6, T8, flathead 0.6 x 4.5, Philip PH1 bits, and has a driver socket beneath its threaded cap. It’s made from aluminum with a scratch-resistant anodized finish, and includes a pocket clip and key ring.
Because of their power and extreme nature, black holes are some of the most awe-inspiring objects in the universe. Kurzgesagt offers a deep dive into these regions of spacetime and ponders what might happen if their immense gravity got a hold of you. Also, we just learned an awesome new word: spaghettification.
This sweet Star Wars watch is inspired by on Citizen’s original 1980s analog-digital hybrid. This version features Rebel Alliance and X-Wing Fighter dual-time displays and cockpit-inspired graphics. It also features digital time, day/date, alarm, stopwatch, and an ambient temperature sensor and display.
When someone gets a bottle broken over their head in real life, it could do serious damage. That’s why TV and movie stunts use harmless replicas made out of hardened sugar or rubber. The guys from JOLLY got their jollies by playing around with a bunch of breakaway bottles and other props used for on-screen fakery.
Mr. Michal shows off a metal truck that incorporates a multi-fire rocket launcher in its bed. Loaded up with gunpowder, it puts on quite a spectacle, but the danger level rises precipitously with the addition of ball-bearing projectiles. Yep, don’t try this at home. Leave it to the YouTube “professionals.”
This fantastic-looking set of keycaps is inspired by the warm colors of desert landscapes. WIANXP makes the keys with durable and saturated PBT dye sublimation in shades of orange, brown, yellow, and tan. Available in 108-key and 130-key sets, and compatible with Cherry MX switches and their clones.
We’ve previously seen a LEGO machine that could neatly distribute and space wooden dominoes. But this one works a bit differently. JK Brickworks‘ machine carries stacks of LEGO bricks in a cartridge then dispenses them to form perfect lines of dominoes. Its drivetrain allows it to be driven in straight lines or curves.
Nintendo started out making playing cards, so it makes sense that they might occasionally dip their toe back in those waters. This official deck features images inspired by the game levels in various Super Mario games. Apparently, they’re a little thin compared to regular playing cards, so they’re best as a collector’s item.
Keep your room’s air pleasantly humid with this easy-to-use cool mist humidifier. It features an easy top-fill tank, single-button operation, and a 360º rotating mist nozzle. It can also work with aromatherapy oils, and runs for up to 28 hours on a full tank of water. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
Artist DP Truong shows off another one of their unconventional portrait techniques, this time creating an image using torn-up scraps of paper. The portrait pays tribute to the late Vietnamese actor Hoang Dung. Blowing away the scraps at the end serves as a sort of cinematic goodbye.
Leatherman’s bestselling Signal Multi-tool looks great in a matte black finish. The outdoorsman’s tool comes with a firestarter, an emergency whistle, a knife sharpener, a combo knife, a saw, a hammer, box wrenches, a 1/4″ bit driver, can and bottle openers, and more.
Friction welding is the process of joining two metals together by spinning them rapidly until they heat up enough to meld together. Anni, Lauri, and his dad Timo from the Beyond the Press channel show how rigged up an old manual lathe to join two hammers together by rapidly spinning one while the other was stationary.
Equipped with a DJI Mini 2 drone, photographer Vadim Sherbakov takes us on an eye-opening journey to Siberia’s Lake Baikal. The area is known for its beautiful rock formations, which are even more dramatic when covered with snow and ice. The film’s title is the Buryat word for lake, a tribute to the area’s indigenous people.
Candylab celebrates a staple of modern dining, the food truck. Among their wonderful collection of wooden toy cars, you’ll find this series of box trucks, featuring delicious treats like burgers, hot dogs, pretzels, ice cream, and more. They look great with LEGO minifigs lined up and waiting to chow down.
Deftones enlisted The Invisible Man director Leigh Whannell to bring to life this unnerving music video. Actress Cleopatra Coleman stars as a woman who must pass a series of tests in order to gain access to an extremely exclusive club. We’re just not sure why anyone would want to go in there.
This comprehensive collection of Team Ninja’s masterful fighting games includes Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge. You’ll also get most of the DLC costumes and models, as well as additional playable characters. Coming 6.10.2021 to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
Unlike most car insurance sites that feature overhyped plans from sponsored car insurance companies, The Zebra allows you to shop for a plan that matches your policy needs and budget. There’s no elaborate signup process and users save an average of $368 per year. Compare rates now.
In this footage from the 2009 BBC Earth special Superswarm, we get an up-close look at a mass of roughly 10 million starlings as they fly in formation over Rome, Italy. Of course, with millions of birds comes a whole lot of bird poop. We’d love to see a sequel recorded with modern 4k cameras.
Love the idea of kayaking, but fearful of tipping over? The Super Kayak solves this problem with its inflatable twin float design. It also has a raised, adjustable seat for comfort on long rides, bumper zones, and an aft brace that can even hold a small outboard motor. It packs down to just 28″ x 20″ x 12″ when not in use.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen an artist carve a model car from a cigarette lighter. In this video, Ank Creative shows how they took the plastic from lighters and cut, sanded, and glued the pieces together to create an intricate model of the iconic DeLorean DMC-12, best known from the Back to the Future movies.