Largest Domino Pyramid

Largest Domino Pyramid

Built on a 31 x 31 base, this enormous pyramid of dominoes was built using a total of 20,336 individual tiles, painstakingly arranged by domino fanatic Taikamuna. The official Guinness Record is just 18,447 dominoes so this clearly smashed that record. The toppling starts at 3:02.

Dango S1 Stealth Wallet Bundle

Dango S1 Stealth Wallet Bundle

Accessory maker Dango bundles its slimline S1 Stealth wallet with their MT03 stainless steel multitool, which combines a money clip with a comb, screwdriver, wrenches, a bottle opener, and a detachable spork. The wallet is made from a durable material called “DTEX,” and holds up to nine cards in its pockets.

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NYC Textures

NYC Textures

Photographer and animator Ynon Lan captured over a thousand still images around New York City and compiled them into this cool short film, which evokes the true essence of the big city through its textures.

Bolt Into Combo Lock

Bolt Into Combo Lock

We always enjoy watching craftspeople turn objects intended for one thing into something entirely different. In this clip from My Mechanics, offers up one off the more impressive transformations we’ve seen, reworking an ordinary stainless steel bolt and a brass rod into a working combination lock.

Aluminum Infinity Cube

Aluminum Infinity Cube

Mechforce’s mindbending fidget toy features a series three metal cubes nested one inside of the other. The entire thing is CNC-machined from a single billet of aluminum. Measures 1″ x 1″ x 1″, and includes a removable keychain ring.

The Cat Who Caught the Laser

The Cat Who Caught the Laser

Prince Michael shares a dream with many kitties – to one day catch that dot at the end of the laser beam. Aaron’s Animals offers up a look at just what might happen should that day ever come to pass.

ThruNite T1 Flashlight

ThruNite T1 Flashlight

Despite being just 2.7″ long, this pocket-size flashlight manages to crank out an impressive 1500 lumens in its maximum power mode. It has a CREE XHP50 LED light source, Firefly, Turbo, Strobe, and stepless dimming modes, and recharges via a USB cable. Available in neutral white or cool white LED color temperatures.

Model Citizen

Model Citizen

Filmmaker David James Armsby’s short film drops us into a creepy universe in which families are forced into their monotonous daily routines until they are no longer deemed “pretty” by their robotic overlords. If you enjoyed this dark and dystopian vision, bve sure to watch the rest of the Autodale series.

Chrome Urban Ex Tombstone Pack

Chrome Urban Ex Tombstone Pack

Chrome’s boxy black daypack is fully waterproof, with a lightweight, 100% welded construction. Its accessory straps on back are perfect for a bicycle “U” lock, and it has multiple accessory pockets, a top tote handle, and a padded laptop sleeve for up to a 13″ Macbook Pro.

Star Wars: The Last Stand

Star Wars: The Last Stand

Motion designer Sekani Solomon and a team of talented animators made this brief, but impressive Star Wars fan film, which features an epic battle between a group of stormtroopers and an unknown enemy. The CGI work is as good as any video game cutscene we’ve seen. Sound design by Echoic.

Insta360 ONE R Action Camera

Insta360 ONE R Action Camera

Insta360’s action cameras are all about versatility. They feature a modular design that lets then switch between 4K wide angle and dual-lens 360º recording. They offer HDR capability, a reversible screen, super-smooth FlowState stabilization, and come in both a twin-mode kit and a version with a pro-grade 1″ sensor and Leica lens.

Devs (Trailer)

Devs (Trailer)

This limited-run mystery series from Alex Garland (Ex Machina, Annihilation) follows the story of a software engineer who thinks a secret division of her employer might actually be responsible for her boyfriend’s murder. Nick Offerman’s character is reason enough to tune in. Coming to FX on Hulu March 5, 2020.

Billie Jean: Door Stopper Edition

Billie Jean: Door Stopper Edition

Michael Jackson’s 1982 hit Billie Jean is one of the most played music tracks of all time. But we’ve never heard it played almost entirely on one of those springy door stopper things – until now. Musician Beeble recorded a variety of sproingy sounds and edited them together to create this very silly version.

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Into the Weird Playing Cards

Into the Weird Playing Cards

Art of Play’s limited edition deck features imagery by illustrator Jenny Gebhardt, who provided each of its 54 cards with a uniquely warped and twisted character or scene. Printed by the U.S. Playing Card Co.

Making Chainmaille Damascus

Making Chainmaille Damascus

Metalsmith Shurap shows off yet another unconventional material for creating damascus steel. This time, he took the woven metal of protective chainmaille butcher’s gloves and turned the mesh into a beautifully-patterned blade with a cool blue sheen.

Tiny Cybertruck

Tiny Cybertruck

It seems as if the primitive design of Tesla’s Cybertruck makes it fairly easy to replicate, so this one resourceful dad decided to build his kid a Cybertruck body for his electric go kart. Just for fun, he let the kid use it to tow his Mercedes-Benz R-Class MPV. It also does a mean J-turn.

PaMu Slide Mini Wireless Headphones

These true wireless in-ear headphones are a great low-price alternative to Apple’s spendy AirPods. They offer Bluetooth 5.0 tech for power efficiency and clear audio, and hold firmly in your ears. They play for 10 hours per charge, and can juice up three more times with their charging case. Save 53% in The Awesomer Shop.

Rainbow Metal Dice Set

Rainbow Metal Dice Set

Upgrade your D&D game with Rainbow Shop CN’s beautiful shimmery electroplated metal dice. Made from zinc alloy, they have a nice heft to them, and you’ll get a full set including D20, D12, D10, D10(percentile), D8, D6, and D4 for all your gaming needs.

Waste Plant Ski Slope

Waste Plant Ski Slope

Waste processing plants are usually some of the ugliest facilities out there. But in Copenhagen, Denmark, the modernist Amager Bakke not only cleanly converts trash to energy, its rooftop doubles as grass-covered urban ski slope. The impressive facility was designed by Bjarke Ingels Group.

Uni Jetstream 4&1 Pen/Pencil

Uni Jetstream 4&1 Pen/Pencil

Uni’s multipurpose writing instrument combines four different ballpoint inks with a mechanical pencil. It has smooth-flowing 0.7 mm red, green, blue, and black pens on board, as well as a 0.5mm pencil lead for those times you need erasable writing. There’s also an eraser hiding under its back cap. Refills here.

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Railroad Car Tiny House

Railroad Car Tiny House

While we’re not sure we could ever live in a tiny house, there is something appealing about the idea of an efficient living space. Living Big in a Tiny House introduces us to Dan and Annabel, who built a funky little guest house out of an old WWII railroad car. The greenhouse roof really brings light into the otherwise confined space.

Fargo: Installment 4 (Trailer)

Fargo: Installment 4 (Trailer)

After a lengthy hiatus, Fargo is back, and it looks as good as ever. This time, we’re dropped into Kansas City, circa 1950, where two crime syndicates attempt to maintain peace, not only in their turf war, but across racial lines. The cast includes Chris Rock, Jason Schwartzman, Jack Huston, Uzo Aduba, Timothy Olyphant, and more.

Denzel Truvor Carbon Scrambler

Denzel Truvor Carbon Scrambler

Designed by Denzel Electric and Pablo Baranoff Dorn, this stunning mid-drive electric motorcycle is built on a lightweight carbon fiber frame. Its weight maxes out around 165 lb, and it can hit speeds up to 62 mph in sport mode. In eco mode it can offer up to 75 miles of driving range.

Thread Screen

Thread Screen

Breakfast created this incredible work of kinetic art that uses spools of thread to display images. It has 6400 individual spools, each of which can rotate between 36 different colors to display a single pixel. The trick is that the spools actually are loaded with a long multi-color belt, rather than individual threads.

Stark Stick Tower

Stark Stick Tower

This impressive model of Tony Stark’s office tower from The Avengers series was built by FoBIRD using skinny wooden sticks and glue as its primary building materials. Watch as he painstakingly builds up the facades section-by-section, using architectural elevations he initially drafted onto paper.

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