To most of us, international borders may remind us of snaking lines at customs, security-laden checkpoints or even an enigmatic line drawn on a map but never visibly seen but according to these images, what separates one country from another may be as easy as simply walking across the street, crossing a river, or in Spain and Portugal’s case, ziplining over a waterway.
The world has yet to warm up to 3D printing since it’s often regarded as being slow and too costly. But despite its flimsy reputation, there are those that believe that the future lies in it. One of those that are in the camp of pro-3D printing is American Standard, which aims to bring 3D-printed faucets to homes in the near future.
Swiss artist Remo Lienhard (aka Wes21) melds science fiction, technology, earthly creatures, and his own brand of playfulness in his sprawling street art. His murals usually take up an entire wall, and he even incorporates objects around it in his creations.
Many of us have imagined what it’s like to live on water, and have wondered if it’s truly better than living on land. Based on Malaysian lensman Ng Choo Kia’s beautiful images, it certainly appears to be an attractive option. The photographer captured the way of life of Malaysia’s Bajau people who live in stilted homes atop clear, turquoise waters.
Choosing the right font and proper spacing makes all the difference when it comes to conveying the right message and avoiding an altogether risque wording mishap. Take a look at the handwritten and printed signs below for a fully-loaded and hilarious take on what could go wrong when people miss double-checking the finished product. Apparently, […]
Frogs are akin to dresses. They come in various sizes and colors, with some having the capacity to blend with their surroundings. While some of you may be creeped out (some dresses induce the same effect as well) with this gallery, the images also showcase the diversity of these amphibians. These unique frogs from all over the world are certainly worth a look.
Today is indeed the future, as a fully functional robot samurai now exists among us. Naturally, it’s the Japanese that gave birth to the blade-swinging machine. Created by Industrial Robot maker Yaskawa, the Motoman-MH24 can mimic the incredible swordplay of a master samurai. Seeing the machine cut a thin pea pod with perfect precision is just plain ridiculous.
Wooden shipping pallets have become life’s solutions in many ways from reconfigurable shelves to an instant railway system and design studio Hiroki Tominaga Atelier tapped into this convenient resource when designing a 164 square foot open space in Tokyo.
Concrete is mainly thought of as building material but in due time, it might just be the go-to accessory for today’s modern man and woman. Tomas Vacek, co-founder of Studio Vacek, sculpted the cool collection exclusively for the line of products offered by concrete design group Gravelli.
Beatboxing is one of those really awesome talents that we all wish we could have. It’s the kind of thing that makes one 5x cooler–and who wouldn’t want that in all honesty? With this series of instructional videos called “Beatboxing Masterclass with Shlomo”, learning to create music with your mouth doesn’t seem as daunting as initially thought.