Ferrari 812 Superfast is the most powerful production car Ferrari has ever built. Its stance, its looks, its speed, its power, its dumb name – all scream Ferrari. The 812 Superfast is powered by a naturally aspirated V12 engine pushing out 800hp that takes the car from 0 to 60mph in 2.9 seconds, and to a top speed of 211 mph.
South Korean designer Dongwook Yoon gave banana milk packaging a twist by making the packaging match bananas. ‘The Real Banana Milk’ puts the milk bottle in a package designed to mimic the looks of bananas. As an added bonus, you have to peel off the packaging.
Much like James Bond, the cars he drives (or drove) can be quite memorable. A very memorable car is the Lotus Esprit S1, which 007 drove in The Spy Who Loved Me. Apart from its good looks, the car’s submersible skill won quite a few hearts and fired up imagination of the viewers. Bond has since moved to other cars, Lotus apparently, has not – and it does want you to remember it once made a very iconic Bond car, Dammit.
Make note people, because when Mattel releases this RC Batmobile around fall this year, it will show up in your holiday wishlist. The RC car is based off the batmobile in the in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie. And it does a pretty good job at being true to its movie version, without being life-size loaded with actual ammunition. The $250 price tag for the Justice League Ultimate Batmobile however, does make it a RC car fit for Bruce Wayne.
It is tough for seasoned chefs to keep up with Gordon Ramsay in a kitchen, let alone the regular dude who rates himself at 2/10 on the cooking skills scale. Quite an interesting video – and well tried, amateur cook.
The Charmander Ceramic Candle Holder is beautiful in its simplicity, and quite clever actually. Available on Etsy for $33.
In placing delicate paper cities inside glass vessels, Japanese paper artist Ayumi Shibata makes an allusion to the delicate relation we humans have with our environment. The series is named “In the Jar”.
For a miniature creature, life in our world could be an entirely different set of rules. A simple change of scale for our everyday objects could create a whole new world. Photographer and art director Tatsuya Tanaka followed a similar line of thought in creating the Miniature Calendar. Presenting our world from a perspective of tiny humanoids, the series takes us on a journey through a world that is very much our own, and yet offers and entirely new perspective.
Swedish graphic designer Viktor Hertz (more) has a way with pictograms and music. Viktor has revisited his Pictogram Music Posters project from 2011 and created a new version, all set for 2017. The new set presents 15 songs from 15 artists, presented as pictograms. The signed prints are currently available for purchase through a successfully funded Kickstarter campaign. Keep scrolling to see more!
Playful and creative illustrations by Diego Cusano put doodles and objects in a mashup to create an impressive effect. Whether it’s pizza playing the moon for a city silhouette, or onions being fish, the addition of simple everyday objects to illustrations creates quite an effect. You can see more on the artist’s Instagram and Facebook.