You may have heard of the ‘Bukhanka’ – the car the Russians amicably refer to as ‘a loaf of bread’, thanks to its pudgy appearance. But the guys from the YouTube channel ‘iling Show’ wanted something a little more menacing from the UAZ vehicle. Behold its rebirth, and scroll down for the video of the final test drive! Continue reading »
Volvo Trucks North America recently set a spectacular record when launching their all-new truck series, the Volvo VNL. By letting 3-year-old Joel Jovine unbox the full-size truck, he not only revealed the U.S.-developed truck, but also helped achieve a formal GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the Largest object unboxed. Continue reading »
Nicholas Nixon first took a photograph of his wife and three sisters back in 1976.
It looked like a typical family photograph, but he saw something truly special amongst the Brown sisters. He saw a beautiful project and a special bond.
Ever since that first photograph, Nixon has made it a yearly tradition to take a photo of the Brown sisters. The project would be a very intimate look at sisterhood and how time affected our lives and relationships. Although time may change our appearance and our bodies, it never changes the love shared amongst sisters. Continue reading »
If you have an apple watch, this charging stand is pretty nifty. Continue reading »
President Obama and his family plan to move to a mansion in the upscale Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, a mere two miles from the White House, when he leaves office in January, according to people familiar with his plans. Continue reading »
According to illustrator Charly Clements: “I’m an English illustrator Charly Clements who sees faces on objects everywhere I go. Armed with my iPad Pro, I’m on a quest to help promote my favourite makers on Instagram in a fun and creative way. Real Life Lines is all about putting ordinary objects into everyday scenarios, exposing them to the pain, distress, and struggles of everyday life.” Continue reading »
Are you up for feeling a little hopeless? Try watching a miniature Sisyphus work for a while. Jason Allemann of the LEGO-centric design duo JK Brickworks created this kinetic sculpture based on the Greek myth of Sisyphus, who was doomed to push a boulder up a hill for eternity, never to reach the top. Alleman was inspired by a Disney Research Hub video on creating realistically moving character models out of links and gears Continue reading »
Dan Tanenbaum, from Toronto Ontario, Canada has been sculpting these miniature motorcycles since 2010, and since that time his unique works have been featured in Ultimate Motorcycling Magazine and Motorcycle Mojo Magazine. Dan discovered his talent for creating his amazing pieces of art whilst collecting vintage timepieces. Continue reading »
Luxury brand Hublot unveiled what it claims to be the most expensive watch around, at the 2012 Baselworld Watch Exhibition in Switzerland. The watch is a 14-carat diamond encrusted timepiece, worth $5m. The device is set primarily in white gold and the ultra-glam luxury watch contains a total of 1,292 diamonds, six of which weigh more than three carats apiece.
The Swiss brand, owned by French luxury goods manufacturer LVMH, said a renowned “master cutter” from New York, with over 40 years experience, was responsible for single-handedly cutting the largest GIA-certified stones to ensure the same cut “signature”.
Despite the high price and the ongoing economic crisis, producers of the watch said several people had already expressed a desire to buy the watch. In fact, the luxury watch has already been sold to the retailer “The Hour Glass” Singapore. However, the watch will be showcased first at the Hublot boutique in Marina Bay Sands and then in the Hublot corners at The Hour Glass boutiques.
A Hublot employee shows the new “5 Million Dollar Diamond Watch” during a news conference at Baselworld fair in Basel, March 7, 2012. The world’s leading watch and jewellery show Baselworld is to be held in Basel from March 8 to March 15, 2012. (Reuters) Continue reading »
Before his death, Che Guevara exclaimed, “Shoot, coward, you are only going to kill a man.” These words were intended to imply that his ideals would live on. The reality of what lived on after his death is slightly different, however. The collective imagination of mankind has turned Che into an icon encompassing a vast array of meanings. Some see him as a messiah; others view him as the devil. His image conjures the essence of communism for some and for others it translates into actual dollars from tee shirts sold. “Che Guevara’s Watch” examines these mythologies from the perspective of one moment: the moment of his death. Before it, he was a man. Continue reading »
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