Environmental charity Hubbub is running a campaign in collaboration with Commonworks to get litter off the streets of London. Their campaign has gone viral, especially the image of the cigarette voting ashtray you see at the top of this post. The creative ashtray asks people to Vote with their Butt – the cigarette butt that is, and has garnered a hell lot of attention (and votes).
The terrible crime that domestic violence is, it often leaves scars on the body of the victim – and it stays on as a mark of the abuse, a reminder of terrible times. However, it’s not just scars that are permanent, as Brazilian artist Flavia Carvalho has proven with her project called “A Pele da Flor” (The Skin of the Flower).
This superbly detailed line by Bandai puts Star Wars characters in a rather fitting style of Samurais. It’s quite an intelligently created set, which does an excellent job at transforming our favorite characters into Samurai, but doesn’t go overboard.
Tesla is pretty much the king in the world of all-electric cars that offer a killer performance. It’s only natural that the reigning monarch be challenged, and Porsche apparently intends to do that with the Mission E Concept.
Crosswalk buttons (when they work) are something like honorary bros – you press the button and it clears the road for you to walk through. It only makes sense that this button be treated like the bro that it is, and rather than a cold push, the interaction with it can be a much warmer fistbump.
One could have their bandaids explain what happened in detail, or you could use the Boo-Boos to totally not exaggerate the injury by making it look worse than it is. You don’t get to say “Tis but a scratch” for a papercut – you’ve got to earn your right to say it.
This is probably the biggest fear you’d have to deal with on Facebook. Parents using the crap on Facebook to embarrass the sh*t out of you. NYC’s Emily Musson just learnt the lesson when her parents recreated photographs of Emily and her boyfriend.
Millions of years of evolution and thousands of years of civilization has brought humanity at a critical point: the stage of giant robot battles. We’ve been waiting for giant robots to go into an all-out battle for decades now. It seems the battle will happen next year, when the MegaBot Mark II of USA takes on Kuratas from Japan.
Tony might have a killer armor, but I’m willing to bet he’d feel some pain once we get 3-D printing in order and start churning out exoskeletons. Once we do get that in order and find a power source (like the arc reactor) we’ll all be superhumans.
There it is, ladies and gentlemen – the elusive northern water squirrel. Don’t mess with it, it has mad waterbending skills.