A bargain-priced pocket tool packed with 15 useful stainless steel blades, including a bottle opener, knife, saw, fish scaler, hook remover, scissors, bottle opener, nail file, phillips screwdriver, wine opener, can opener, and more. Comes with a nylon carrying pouch.
Musician Costantino Carrara takes Queen’s iconic 1975 rock opera track and turns it into an equally impressive classical piano piece, packed with wonderful flourishes, and epic transitions. Think you can keep up with Costantino’s fingers? Buy the sheet music here.
Film editor Jacob T. Swinney compiled this intense reel of moments from Darren Aronofsky’s films in which the camera gets up close and personal with its subjects. The technique provides an immediacy and sense of involvement that’s about as visceral as it gets.
The Honda Urban EV Concept is an incredibly charming mix of past and future. Its squat and boxy body is tempered by a LED-lit grill that has a message board. Inside is a massive digital dash and two bench seats. A production version will be released in Europe in 2019.
“Look, Mr. Bubbles, ADAM!” Threezero brings BioShock‘s tragic villains to your shelves as sixth scale action figures. The Big Daddy is 12.5″ tall and has a detachable drill and lights in his helmet. The Little Sister is 5.6″ tall and comes with an ADAM extractor.
Whether you’re working on the next great American novel, a blockbuster screenplay, or just like to share short stories with your friends, this bundle of apps will help you organize your thoughts, structure stories, and better develop characters. Save 88% in The Awesomer Shop.
Kia flexes its design muscle yet again with a concept study for a 5-door wagon variant of its tame European Cee’d hatch. There’s nothing mild about its looks, with a Lava Red body, elongated wheelbase, 20″ rims, dramatic illuminated roofline, and over-the-top interior.
A team or engineers from the UGent Campus Kortrijk and Industrial Design Center developed this creepy, yet endearing six-legged robot which looks like a giant scorpion, complete with pincers and a whip tail. They’d sell a million of these to 12-year-old boys if they retailed them.
Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Hong Chau, and Kristen Wiig star in director Alexander Payne’s (Sideways, About Schmidt) sci-fi social satire about a world in which overpopulation is solved by shrinking people down to to about 3 inches tall, where they live in an idyllic, but teensy world.
Netflix teamed up with the guys at Bad Lip Reading to kick off the third season of their drama Narcos, as the DEA cooks up a scheme to replace Pablo Escobar with his slightly less intimidating doppelganger. Basically, it’s the piss boy bit from History of the World Pt. 1.
The guys from How Ridiculous have gotten in the habit of dropping anvils onto things from a 150-foot-tall tower to capture the carnage in slow-motion. For their latest “experiment” they smashed silly string, a watermelon pyramid, and cans of spray paint with spectacular results.
(PG-13) “It’s not gonna happen for you. Not in a million years!” “…but after that?” Get a good look at James Franco’s comedy drama about what is widely considered the worst movie ever made. The line between ambition and delusion can sometimes be tricky to pin down.
Seaman JeffHK’s latest video is comprised of about 80,000 photos taken in the span of 30 days aboard the container ship where he works. Outside of going to space, sailing the oceans might be the best way to internalize how small we are in the grand scheme of things.