Inspired by Game of Thrones, this propaganda poster styled illustration lets you know the easiest thing to do: Obey Khaleesi. The illustration by Tom Trager is available as prints, tees, or phone cases on RedBubble.
Flash drives have grown very well over the last few years, and of course, technology continues to develop and make them better. dataSTICKIES concept is one that takes flash drives to a different direction, and with a different technology. The concept by New Delhi based designers Aditi Singh and Parag Anand envisions the use of graphene in data storage, and seamless transfer of data between devices.
The whole demeanor of this bike seat says something, and it quite plainly is that you don’t put your ass anywhere near it. As a rule of thumb, it would be rather wise not to piss off your bike seat, be super nice to it, lest it decide that it has had enough and bite you in the ass. This bike seat based sculpture is the work of Vancouver-based artist Clem Chen. The sculpture was created by carving an opening into the seat, and filling up the space with plastic cast taxidermy mold.
Ah 8-bit, the block ridden, barely conspicuous medium that probably nobody would care about if it didn’t bring us the sweet nostalgia. For that reason alone, we shall remain hooked to the magic of 8-bit for a long time to come. Slovekian artist Dusan Cezek has created a set of 8-bit images that present some of the well known movie moments, and a set of comic book characters in the glorious gif format.
Illustrator Mingjue Helen Chen imagines the appearance of several female comic characters, if their clothing was more street wear. The characters retain much of their original style and clothing, but receive touches and turns by the artist to get a more casual clothing/street wear look.
So this dude Jeff Bennett got really pissed at the sweet smelling useless feminine candle odors like vanilla, lavender, and other assorted smells. So the dude decided to fight back the wave of the “feminine” candles with more “masculine” versions. Enter, Stinky Candles.
Its the future folks, and the future don’t need no meatbags to be strippers. Robots can do all the pole dancing and gyrating strippers do, and perhaps do it better. German developer Tobit Software showed up with these pole dancing robots in tow at the CeBIT computer expo in Hanover. Movements and the LED colors of the robots can be controlled by users by means of a smartphone app. Apparently, you can even take one of these robots home for $39,500.