Once upon a time, Formula 1 cars used to have a paintjob that matched the flags of their countries. The game has since changed, and the cars have been plastered with advertisements instead. Well, the current advertisement plastered cars are no rarity for us, but there’s always a nostalgia in looking back at the past. Camille de Bastiani has created a set of images that show the Formula 1 cars of 2013 dressed in the liveries of various years ranging from the 1960s to mid 2000s.
The Hobbit inspired Gandalf costume comfy throw. Costs $24.95.
A survey commissioned by cosmetics and body care retailer Escentual.com has come to the conclusion that the face of the “perfect woman” is likely to look like one of the two weirdos you see here. While the demography of the survey isn’t quite clear, the process employed included asking people to pick their favorite facial features of celebrities.
Illustrated and written by Jeffrey Brown, Star Wars: Vader’s Little Princess is a book that deals with the life of Darth Vader and Princess Leia. For the book, the Sith Lord is doing his usual duties for the empire, but he also has a young daughter to take care of. The situations obviously often get humorous.
The Simpsons universe is littered with in-universe movie references which unfortunately never got a chance to shine in theaters of our world. Righting some of that wrong, MTV and Old Red Jalopy have created a set of posters for the “fake” movie references in the Simpsons. Going by the posters, those movies have quite the star lineup.
The praying mantis is a very vicious predator, and their prey would have enough sense to stay away from them. But a pink flower? Now that wouldn’t sound scary to anyone, insects included, who would find themselves pray to the orchid mantis. This is a species of praying mantis from the Malaysian rainforest, where they have mastered the art of disguise to lure in their prey.
Tiny and cute hummingbird tags that sit atop glasses and make everything look better. Set of six birds is priced at $14.
A closer look at the classic painting The Great Wave off Kanagawa shows what it really has in mind.
If the thought of entering a public toilet gives you the jitters, this kit will help alleviate your worries a bit. Meant for the times when there is no option other than using the services of a public toilet, the kit includes a toilet seat cover, two antiseptic wipes and a pair of disposable gloves. Costs $7.50.