Looking for that special gift that will confound and enrage any member of your family who receives it? Want to kick the rage into high gear? Show them this video of tricks they can do with this amazing pen. They’re sure to appreciate and employ each one.
Wait, one minute I’m in your condo’s common area and all of a sudden I’m in Milan! How?
Times are tough and you may be having trouble coming up with the scratch for a decent gift for that special someone on your list. Well, if that someone happens to have a bar in their basement or rumpus room we may be able to help. One look at this simple yet elegant design and you’ll realize that you can totally do this. (Disclaimer: In all likelihood you won’t do this. Let’s be real here for a minute; anyone with that many empties lying around clearly isn’t doing much of anything and probably shouldn’t be trusted with wiring anything. Am I right?)
Donald Scruggs has stumbled upon the ultimate in final words for families not exactly mourning someone’s departure. A quick tip: If you’re really pissed, make sure to request that they strip the head.
Somebody bombs the Art Directors Club in NYC. Anyone who’s ever been snubbed for a Gold Cube Award may enjoy this.
Hat tip to Julian
Well, here it is, the pack mule of the future. Improvements include greater hauling power, increased stamina, and 87% more mincing over analog mules.
Lewis Black has lent his considerable rage to this year’s call for submissions to the 91st Art Directors Club Awards and in the process has left me feeling less like I’m alone in the often maddening world of commercial design. Thank you sir. Now I don’t need to punch the next person I see in the throat. See the whole series here.
You don’t need me to tell you that professional grade photo equipment is expensive. Just ask filmmaker and 3D artist Kurtis Hough if you don’t believe me. This is what makes this so tough to watch. Yet, here we are. Replay anyone?
Some automotive shows use chicks draped over the bonnet of sports cars to get your attention, and others take the road less traveled. What a difference maker.