If you have a fear of heights, just turn off your monitor now. The Ukrainian daredevil, Mustang Wanted, has a few photos from his fearless life to share. Dude is insane. Check out these shots of him hanging from buildings with one hand, walking along narrow ledges, and being a general badass. HOW ARE YOU ALIVE??
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For the second version of The Minimalist keychain, the stylish shackle gets equipped with a handy bottle opener. The simple and stylish keychain is machined in the US from 360 brass. The pin is machined from 1018 steel and is then blackened. The Minimalist II holds up to five keys and comes with a key ring for holding car remotes or other additions. It’s a sophisticated and clever way to keep your keys in check. ... check it out
Here at Cool Material, any time we’re offered an exclusive preview of a new automobile, we’re intrigued. So when Lexus invited us to spend some time with the re-designed 2014 IS sport sedan, including an afternoon testing its mettle on a racetrack, we couldn’t say no. So after a packed flight, we found ourselves in Austin, Texas smack in the middle of the annual South by Southwest Music & Innovation festival ready to hop behind the wheel. ... continue reading
Jorge Oswaldo's work is made "by removing corporate logos from their original settings, and applying them in a different context, Oswaldo re-contextualizes their original meaning with a hypermodern framework." So, basically, he takes the corporate logos that you'd be able to recognize even while heavily hungover, ... continue reading
Making guitars out of weird materials is not a new concept, but few of those weird material mashups end up look as good as these Skateboard Guitars from Buenos Aires artist Ezequiel Galasso and his company Skate Guitar. Ripped up, shredded skateboard decks painstakingly transformed from trash into musical treasure–and they sound good too! Unfortunately, we don’t know much more about them then the fact that they look and sound great, but we still want one anyway. ... continue reading
Gizmodo makes a very good point when they talk about superheroes and money. We all know Bruce Wayne and Oliver Queen are rich, but what about everyone else? Is Bruce Banner collecting royalty money? Is Captain America cashing Social Security checks in his old age? How do these guys and gals make money when they’re out busting their hump all the time. What if they broke down and jumped on that sponsorship bandwagon? In his series “Sponsored Heroes” designer Roberto ...... continue reading