Oscar Awards have been given, and as always, they’ve created quite a buzz. A very important bit that is often talked about at the awards (and later) is the clothes worn by various celebrities. This infographic by MediaRunDigital shows the same premise, except it is concerned with the way winners of the best actress award have dressed themselves while receiving the Oscar Award.
Ever wondered what a fight between a python and crocodile would look like? Well wonder no more, the video here shows the results of a five-hour battle between a snake and a crocodile. The python emerged victorious and made a nice, fat meal of the vanquished crocodile. The incident was captured by Tiffany Corlis at Lake Moondarra in Queensland, Australia; because that’s where all the weird shit happens.
Red Bull gives you wings, but it adds superhero powers to those wings. Well, usually. Sometimes you don’t get the power to fly, and you could end up as Batman (which would be awesome), or Aquaman (which would suck). In the latter case, you just accept your destiny because fate is cruel. Redbull Superheroes from Diego Fonseca present minimalist superhero styling on the classic cans of RedBull. Well, they have no RedBull logo or insignia, but the shape of the cans is identification enough.
You could call it gate to hell, or Sauron opening his eye. But we can discuss nomenclature later, the appropriate thing to do at the moment would be to run.
The video shows a 132 kV power line with the current arcing over to nearby trees and down to the ground. After a long period of extensive fog, wind and wet snow much ice and snow had accumulated on the lines and the weight brought them too close to the trees.
Meh. I still like the gate to hell theory better.
We decided to start with the top image of Daenerys, which does not exactly show a tattoo for the Targaryen sigil, but is close enough and is totally rad. I also happen to have the hots for Khaleesi, but that’s a different matter. Game of Thrones tattoos are the work of artist Sara McSorley.
Wearable Drum Pants kit by Tyler Freeman will allow you to be a one man band, and perhaps create a musical interlude for naughty times. You put the programmable sensors under your pants or other clothing, and a touch to them can create the corresponding sound. They are compatible with Bluetooth and iOS/Android/Mac/Windows, so you could create melodies right on your smartphone or computer while banging your pants for music. To be shipped in May, Drum Pants are currently available for pre-order starting at $100.
Pancake artist Nathan Shields has beautiful butterflies crafted in yummy pancakes. They may not be very colorful, but I’m loving those shades of pancake.