Youtuber Cocktail Chemistry came up with a cool and unique way to serve drinks at your next party that’s sure impress your guests. It requires an ice sphere mold and a soldering iron, so make sure to keep the tip of that iron clean of any debris.
With the motto “Unlikely…but not Impossible,” Giuseppe Colarusso thinks outside the box and deconstructs the practicality of everyday objects to render them absolutely useless.
Want a quick way to bake pizza for dinner? Check out Pizzeria Pronto, a stovetop pizza oven that can cook your pizza in as little as 6 minutes. Built with dual cordierite baking stones that absorb heat directly from the flame, it redistributes heat evenly to create an optimal pizza-cooking environment. Temperature in the over can easily reach 600 °F so try not to leave your pizza unattended unless you want to server charred pie.
Any average joe who’s tried to install and finish a wall can attest to how difficult it is to work with joint compound before going on to wonder how drywall experts make it look so easy. Be prepared to be amazed at Bernie Mitchell’s insane skills when it comes to the white stuff.
Toshiya Masuda’s artwork may be suffering an identity crisis. From an ashtray to a spilled soda can, the Japanese artist creates sculptures of everyday objects using ceramic though they look more like they’re made out of Legos.
After the success of his exoskeleton arms inspired by the movie Elisium, the Hacksmith quit his full-time job to focus on developing more exosuits. Check out the latest episode in his Youtube channel where he was able to pick up a Mini Cooper using the legs of his latest design.
We just can’t get enough of Primitive Technology. Building tools and shelters from scratch is just fascinating. His latest episode teaches us how to make fire by using a cord drill and a pump drill. And yes, both drills are hand built from sticks and stones.
Brian Donnelly, more famously known as KAWS, is getting massive support from UK’s Yorkshire Sculpture Park which is featuring several works by the multidisciplinary American artist both indoors and out.
Although unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones are easily available online and in stores, there are certain rules a pilot must follow before sending these aircrafts in the air. And if you’re living in Japan or Netherlands, make sure you follow these rules or you’ll find your drone downed by an even larger, net-wielding drone or a raptor from above.
Most of us don’t get to see both sides of the plane when we fly international and if you’ve ever sat economy, you’ve probably wondered just how much greener is the grass on the other side of the curtain.