Conceptual artist Florentijin Hofman brought his gargantuan Rubber Duck artwork to Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong. The huge inflatable duck measures nearly 46 feet tall and 55 feet long and is shown above being pulled by a tug boat only a fraction of its size. [Read more...]
Part 1 of J. Cole’s Bornsinner.com series; a conceptual digital platform created by the Dreamville collective. The first installment documents the day rapper J.Cole retired his mother Kay Cole from her job at the United States Postal Service. To view video [Read more...]
This video is super cool, but I guess everything is cool in slow motion..lol, check it out [Read more...]
Around the world, engineers and architects are rethinking the current design of architectural and environmental infrastructure, in favor of regenerative systems that are capable of harnessing wasted energy and resources and redistributing them where needed.
A company in Rotterdam in the Netherlands has created a modular dance floor system that collects kinetic energy from dancers’ movements and converts it into electricity. Each individual tile from the Energy Floors has a small generator that collects and stores the energy, transforming it into electricity that can be used to power nearby systems or the LED lights located on the dance floor. The Sustainable Dance Floor tiles are available for rent or sale, and the Temple Night Club in San Francisco currently has had them permanently installed. According to the team at Energy Floors, dancing on the Sustainable Dance floor has generated a rough estimate of over 8 billion Joules.
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This is cray!
What if all crime was legal….one day out of the year. Peep the trailer [Read more...]
To know how fun and awesome the #BCFEST was, it is key that you take a look at the people. Check out BCfestival.tumblr.com…filled with pics from Instagram, and photographers Wesley Ellis and Courtney Jefferson.
Online streetwear boutique 12FLVRS.com is proud to announce it’s fourth exclusive release, “Chronic 2013″ by DOPE. The black t-shirt is 100% cotton and inspired by two artistic pioneers: musician Dr. Dre and French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy. To celebrate the month of “4/20,” DOPE and 12 Flavors honor the iconic marijuana leaf in a Givenchy-influenced kaleidoscope design that incorporates a black tonal screen printed 12 on each sleeve.
The collaboration marks the fourth installment of the 12 FLVRS monthly streetwear exclusive series, which can only be found on the 12FLVRS.com website and feature 12 of the leading streetwear brands. Past installments include Black Scale, Android Homme, and Hall of Fame. Future releases will feature clothing from Crooks & Castles, Diamond Supply Co., Mighty Healthy, SSUR, Primitive, The Hundreds, Rich Life and Rocksmith.
DOPE is a popular streetwear line frequently worn by the likes of Fabolous, Kendrick Lamar, Justin Bieber, Wiz Khalifa, Rihanna and many others.
Broccoli City along with our friends over at Woodville have a special surprise for our guest this Sunday!
Next Sunday we will be doing the First Ever Broccoli City Festival in Washington, DC and we wanted to provide you with a couple reasons to go.
These creative vases by Japanese studio oodesign have a spot to place flowers on a PET formed resin void, creating an effect of flowers floating in the water with gentle ripples surrounding them. [Read more...]
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Over the years flash drives have become smaller and more portable, but this set of four 1GB drives packaged in a business card-sized configuration is among the most inventive designs we’ve seen yet. Developed by Kurt Rampton and the BOLTgroup, the gadget goes by the name GIGS.2.GO and is constructed with 100% post-consumer molded paper pulp with zero plastic. Best of all, each individual drive can be torn off 1 gigabyte at a time for easy tear and share use. And since it’s made of paper, labeling is as easy as grabbing a pen and writing directly onto the surface of each tab. Check out more [Read more...]
Gaikuo-Captain is a Chinese student but also a talented illustrator. Amateur comic books, the latter imagined giant illustrations with which he confronts and interacts facing heroes such as Batman, Hulk or characters from the world of One Piece manga or Pokémon. To see [Read more...]
Your fingernails may be the last place you look when determining the state of your health, but don’t be quick to underestimate them. When it comes to your nails, what you see is very well what you get, and their condition can be an indicator of what is happening in your body on a deeper level. From nutritional deficiencies to diseases as serious as melanoma, the following eight fingernail conditions could indicate health issues and may help you make appropriate changes to your lifestyle.
Healthy nails have a rosy pink tint and a smooth texture. Any other shade or texture could indicate a nutritional deficiency, fungal infection, liver disorder, or other serious health problems. If you notice any of the following changes to your nails, don’t ignore them. Wipe off that layer of colorful polish every once in a while and take heed! [Read more...]
She couldn’t have expected it. You see, for Ida Skivenes it started off simply. She didn’t start posting photos on Instagram to gain thousands of followers or to become a widely popular food artist. Rather, in June 2012, she saw a photo on the Internet of two pieces of toast that looked like a bear and a fox and she wondered if she could copy it.
She did and almost immediately people started to take notice. “I got good feedback, so I tested a few of my own ideas,” she tells us. “I found it to be a fun way for me to combine my interests for art and food, plus the chance to exercise my creative side.” To view more Click here