Do you ever wonder what your action figures do when you’re not playing with them? One Russian photographer has turned his hypotheses into an entertaining Tumblr. Bruce Lee takes his street fighting skills to the kitchen, where he can karate chop a banana in half and make a really nice bowl of Cocoa Puffs. The Tumblr, VSE OK, features Iron Man, the Joker, Hulk, Spiderman, and others doing some things typical of their characters in a great big world. Be sure to check out his sit to see all of his images. Some are NSFW, some are violent, but they are all entertaining. [Read more...]
Maybe you have George W.’s way with words or Bill Clinton’s way with the ladies, but one New York High Schooler has an uncanny resemblance to all 43 U.S. presidents. On his Instagram account he has posted a selfie side by side with every chief executive that ever graced the White House plus George Washington. How do you like that little history fact? [Read more...]
When we all saw the awesome new idea of Instagram hitting the scene like it did a few years ago, it has always been hard to imagine someone creating something to rival it. While some have ripped off the idea, designed it somewhat differently, and slapped a new name on it, feeling like they’ve added to the conversation, in reality, they may be missing the point. They’re just repeating the person who spoke before them. This is not the case with San Francisco based startup Momentage. Momentage is a community for the new creatives. [Read more...]
30 years ago today, a shaggy haired young man wearing a bow tie unveiled a product that would change the world – it was Steve Jobs and the now legendary Macintosh. After an insanely intense final push to bring the small computer to market, he lifted the first Mac out of its tan bag and turned it on for an ecstatic audience… and no wonder.
The Macintosh brought the graphical user interface and computer mouse to the mainstream, made computers more accessible to non-nerds, and did it all from one slickly designed package. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of this momentous event, we bring you Pop Chart Lab’s “Insanely Great History of Apple” – a poster that documents all of their products, successful or not, from the Apple I up to today’s iPads and iPhones. [Read more...]
Here’s some news that’s sure to catch the ear of many an audiophile: just yesterday Google launched their interactive Music Timeline – a way to explore musical popularity over the last century in timeline form. The visualization breaks down the musical world into its plethora of sub-genres – be it classic rock, east coast hip-hop or progressive metal. The timeline uses aggregated data from Google Play Music to show musical popularities as they transitioned through time (like the move from classic metal, to thrash to alt metal). [Read more...]
It seemed everything was going well for Taylor Smith’s life. She was known as being a super fun 12 year old who loved her family, her God and life. She was intelligent, creative and also random in her funny ways. Early in 2013 she displayed flu-like symptoms, yet tested negative for them. Her parents took care of her as any parent would to their sick child. Her Father Tim said, “We did the usual flu/cold thing and got her prescription, loaded up on popsicles and soup and brought her back to rest.” [Read more...]
Is your cat an “unstoppable force for slaughter?” Do they constantly come home with battle wounds? Or maybe they’re just as obsessed with cosplay as you are. Enter this very rugged Cat Battle Armor from Schnabuble. Yes, you better have a good relationship with your feline friend, or else they will be getting whatever they want (which probably changes nothing).
Just check out that full articulation! How about the riveted construction and those terrifying dorsal spines. For the cat who has everything and needs more – this is the ultimate accessory – and it will only set you back $500+! [Read more...]
The Columbus College of Art and Design has a vandal on the loose. The guerrilla chalk art duo called #DangerDust has been commandeering classroom chalkboards in secret and creating detailed artworks of typography and design. Their creations feature inspirational quotes by famous figures. The two anonymous students plan, sketch, and execute their chalk art and, in true guerrilla style, leave the board balancing on chairs in the classroom for a Monday morning surprise. [Read more...]