Unicorns as shoe heels do quiet have the potential to make this a shoe of choice. Shoenicorn Chasers you see here are apparently a teaser out of the spring/summer collection of footwear brand Irregular Choice.
The works of Finnish photographer Herra Kuulapaa show bullets just microseconds after they leave the barrel of the gun, often with fire, smoke and flaming powder in tow. The photographer says that the High Speed Ballistics series seeks to show the importance of firearm safety, and the inherent destruction that the discharged bullets are capable of. Several of these bullets are leaving the gun at speeds as high as 800 mph.
Feast your eyes on the beauty that is the 2015 Corvette Z06. What this car has in looks is complemented by what it has to offer in terms of performance as well. The Z06 comes with a supercharger mounted to its 6.2-liter LT4 engine, offering up a neat 625 hp and 635 lb-ft of torque. While the exact performance figures aren’t really out yet, we can safely bet with power like that and the attention to detail in its design, this would put up quite a performance.
Appliances we use at home are mostly just at “sleep” when not in use, rather than being completely powered off. While in their sleep state the appliances and gadgets don’t consume as much power and electricity as they would while working, they do consume small, yet very well noticeable amounts of power. This is generally given the name of vampire power or standby power.
Skulls go exceptionally well with brains, which is the reason I always prefer to keep my brain firmly in the skull. Sometimes it is a little too tight, but mostly, I’m okay. This love affair of skull and brain has taken the next step where they’re together as furniture. Artist/designer Vladi Rapaport has crafted a combo of a skull chair and brain ottoman, both destined to be together just like god intended.
Get yourself ready for some action with a notebook that appears to have come straight from the cartoon universe. That means it is designed to look like a notebook you would see in some classic cartoons, and the associated style. The lined notebook has 200 pages with angled edges and thick black borders to carry with the cartoon theme. Costs $13.
Photographer and producer Peter Chinn has a rather intriguing series of images of unborn animals in the womb. Dimensional ultrasound scans, tiny cameras and computer graphics were used to create a likeness of what these animals might look like as fetuses. The result is quite stunning. The images were created for the National Geographic documentary Extraordinary Animals in the Womb.