Helluva Boss (Pilot)

Helluva Boss (Pilot)

(PG-13: Language) This darkly humorous cartoon follows the story of a group of imps living in hell, who start up a business to assassinate the living if the price is right. From the character design, to the script, to the voice work, it’s brilliantly executed from start to finish. From Vivienne Medrano, creator of Hazbin Hotel.

Mavigadget Foldable 4K Drone

This inexpensive, palm-sized drone has foldable rotor arms, so it’s small enough to take anywhere. It offers smooth flight, and can shoot 4K video or 5mp still images. Keep in mind, it’s no Mavic Mini, and flight times are limited to about 8 minutes and distance of about 250 feet. Save an extra 15% with code BFSAVE15 (expires 12/13/19)

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New Phone, Who Dis?

New Phone, Who Dis?

An amusing adult party game in the vein of Cards Against Humanity. Only in New Phone, Who Dis?, players are presented with a randomly received text message, and must choose from their cards to come up with the funniest reply possible. Be warned, it’s definitely not kid friendly.

5-Key Piano

5-Key Piano

While musician Lord Vinheteiro claims he bought the smallest piano in the world, we beg to differ. Still the idea of a normal height upright piano with just five keys is quite the oddity. While we admire the construction, it sounds quite horrible.

High-Tech Citizen Multi-Tool

High-Tech Citizen Multi-Tool

Italian knifemaker Maserin’s pocket tool is substantial and versatile. It starts off with a 2.6″ stainless steel knife blade, and adds to that a tool blade with a can opener, bottle opener, screwdriver, wrenches and more. It’s all set into a handsome body with sturdy G-10 handle scales. Available in black/black, black/silver, blue, or orange.

Elgato Stream Deck XL

Elgato Stream Deck XL

A jumbo-sized version of Elgato’s sweet programmable key controller. Packing 32 keys, each one can be customized with an icon and function of your choice with an easy-to-use software that runs on Windows 10+ or MacOS X 10.13 or later. It can be laid flat like a keyboard, or angled using the included magnetic stand.

Best Travel Wallets 2019

Best Travel Wallets 2019

Are you a global traveler? Keep your passport, cards and cash in one place in one of Everyday Carry’s top travel wallets. These larger carrying cases offer plenty of room and organization for all your important documents while you’re away from home.

Neon Light in Cinema

Neon Light in Cinema

(PG-13: Nudity) There’s something about the quality of light that neon and tubular lights produce that create a dramatic mood. Editor Anton Moskalenko’s compilation looks back at some of the films and TV series which have effectively used neon to illuminate scenes. Naturally, there’s a heaping helping of Nicolas Winding Refn.

CoinCrafters Dollar Rings

CoinCrafters Dollar Rings

CoinCrafters makes beautiful rings out of Morgan dollars coins, which were produced in the late 19th century and early 20th century. The rings are available in polished silver, with a black patina, or colorized with a powdercoat finish.

Cardboard Mentos Assault Weapon

Cardboard Mentos Assault Weapon

Cardboard builder The S shows off one of his more entertaining creations, a motor-driven cardboard weapon that fires Mentos. Its magazine holds up to 1000 of the chewy mint candies, enough to eradicate even the worst dragon breath from a distance.

Dragon Head Beer Steins

Dragon Head Beer Steins

Handmade by Texas-based Chischilly Pottery, these awesome mugs are based on the drinking vessels called “rhytons”, common in ancient Persia. In addition to dragons, they make lion, wolf, and ram steins (yeah, we said it) among others. We can think of no better way to drink mead at the Renaissance fair.

Destroying Rainbow Books

Destroying Rainbow Books

What you’re looking at might look like some kind of digitally-created imagery, but artist Rus Khasanov’s fascinating rainbow gradients were actually created by subjecting old CDs and DVDs to a variety of torture, and capturing the destruction under a macro lens. More here.

Royal Albartross Croco Golf Shoes

Royal Albartross Croco Golf Shoes

No more ugly tassels and metal spikes. The embossed-leather Croco golf sneaker goes from the clubhouse to the club. Designed in England and handmade in Italy, Royal Albartross’ golf shoes feature modern style, impeccable stitching, gold details, and a kicky orange sole with rubber cleats for grip on the greens and comfort on the street.

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Metal Down Under

Metal Down Under

Men at Work’s Australian anthem Down Under is one of the most jangly and upbeat pop songs of all time. But in the interest of leaving no musical stone unturned, resident metalhead Leo Moracchioli still managed to turn it into an angry hard rock track.

V12 Vision Gran Turismo Concept

V12 Vision Gran Turismo Concept

Headed to Sony PS4 racer Gran Turismo Sport, this concept for a single-seat track car has a sharp, futuristic look that takes Lamborghini’s distinctive angular styling and goes bonkers with the aero. The car’s hexagonal side windows were inspired by the stunning 1968 Marzal concept, but this design is anything but retro.

Why Miyazaki’s Animation Feels Alive

Why Miyazaki’s Animation Feels Alive

There’s so much to love about the style, stories, creatures, and characters in Hayao Miyazaki’s catalog of animated films. But what is it about these artful pieces of cinema that make them so dear to us? Kaptain Kristian digs into how Studio Ghibli breathes such life into every frame.

Live Beyond: Chapter 1

Live Beyond: Chapter 1

We know John D. Boswell aka Melodysheep best for his awesome musical mashups, but he is also fascinated with science. The first episode of his series “Live Beyond” explores the origins of life and humanity’s place in the universe, while further episodes will dig into the potential for life beyond our world.

Avenue 5 (Teaser)

Avenue 5 (Teaser)

(PG-13: Language) Hugh Laurie stars in this new sci-fi comedy from the creator of Veep. It follows the wacky misadventures of an interstellar cruise ship and its guests. It’s like The Orville meets The Love Boat, though Captain Stubing is totally over it. Coming to HBO January 2020.

LED Cube FT

LED Cube FT

The dancers of Pyroterra Fire & Light show off one of their coolest props. The LED Cube FT is a large, but lightweight cube packed with 1368 RGB LEDs designed for stage performances. The collapsible cubes have a programmable chip on board for storing sequences and can be controlled remotely from up to 200 meters away.

Altec Lansing ALT-500 Turntable

Whether you own a collection of records you haven’t played in a while, or you’re just hopping onto the vinyl bandwagon, this Altec Lansing turntable is a good place to start. It’s got a 3-speed belt drive, stereo speakers, and Bluetooth streaming. Save an extra 15% in The Awesomer Shop with code BFSAVE15 (expires 12/13/19)

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LitezAll Carabiner Light

LitezAll Carabiner Light

This rechargeable flashlight is built into a spring-loaded carabiner clip that easily attaches to bags or belt loops. Its bright, diffuse LED light can swivel 90 degrees, and has 350 lumen, 160 lumen, SOS, and strobe modes. It also has magnets for easy mounting on steel surfaces.

Six Kinetic Characters

Six Kinetic Characters

In this series of six short vignettes, artist and animator Lucas Zanotto shows us how even the most rudimentary of characters can convey emotion, so long as they have a pair of eyes and a mouth. Also, it appears that Lucas has a fetish for eyeballs.

Distinct Multitool

Distinct Multitool

Chiseled Design’s hardened stainless steel mutitool packs in over 30 functions in one, including straight, philips, hex, and Torx driver bits, spoke wrenches, box cutter, string cutter, bottle opener, and more. Despite its slim profile, its pop-out driver handle provides good leverage.

Techno Jew’s Harp

Techno Jew’s Harp

We already know what it sounds like when 30 jew’s harp players perform a song together. Now hear how its unique and twangy sounds can be used to play techno music, courtesy of musician Ildar Gimadiev, who had us dancing to the beat by the end. (Thanks OrionFyre!)

Indian or Native American?

Indian or Native American?

In the first episode of his series “Reservations”, CGP Grey explains how the Europeans who took over America slapped a label on its indigenous people that would later be thought of as offensive, yet is still commonly used within tribes. Plus, the term selected to replace it has stirred controversy for other reasons.

Saw Blade Cannon

Saw Blade Cannon

Anni and Lauri of the Hydraulic Press and Beyond the Press Channels show of one of their deadliest creations, an air-powered launcher that can fling a circular saw blade at breakneck speeds. The sound it makes is both satisfying and terrifying.

Mighty Carver Chainsaw Knife

Mighty Carver Chainsaw Knife

Family stressing you out at holiday gatherings? Lighten the mood this year when you go to cut the turkey with a chainsaw. While an actual chainsaw would be entertaining, we’d suggest the Mighty Carver, an electric carving knife which won’t end up destroying the bird or your dining table.

Sketch Wallets

Sketch Wallets

Do you love to doodle? Now you can carry your sketchbook whenever you carry your cash and credit cards, thanks to Sketch Wallets. Available in a variety of sizes and textiles, each comes with a stubby #2B pencil and a refillable pad for drawing on the go.

The Sound of Silence on Bass

The Sound of Silence on Bass

Solo bass player Tommy Lee Depp takes on Simon & Garfunkel’s timeless 1964 classic The Sound of Silence, giving the track a smooth new texture that will stir your soul just as much as the original.

AIAIAI TMA-2 HD Headphones

AIAIAI TMA-2 HD Headphones

Copenhagen audio company AIAIAI’s premium over-the-ear headphones are designed for exceptional sound and comfort. Their bio-cellulose speaker diaphragms are engineered to reduce distortion, while their cushions are Alcantara-wrapped memory foam. In wired or wireless versions with Aptx HD support.

The Ants

The Ants

exurb1a shares a charming and mind-expanding tale of a tiny ant who finds his way onto the page of a book, and has some big questions about the meaning of life for the giant looking down on its pages.

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