Color Coordinated Ex-Boyfriend Revenge Kit

Ex-boyfriend Revenge Kit

Well, ladies if you have nuts to crack, bones to break, stuff to smash in the process of taking revenge on the ex-boyfriend, remember your fashion statement is important. Ex-Boyfriend Revenge Kit, presumably made for the overly attached girlfriend, includes several tools you might need in your mission.

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3D Printed Intricate Animal Head Trophies

Animal Busts by Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques

Animal Lace collection by artists Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques is a series of animal head busts and trophies built in an intricate mesh. The ornate trophies were 3D printed using white polyamide and gloss paint, which gives them a brilliant white look during the day. At night, lamps in the animal heads shine and glimmer through the animal forms, forming a pattern of shadows along the wall.

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Zero Scooter is a Vespa That Thinks Like a Segway

Vespa Segway Style Zero Scooter by Bel & Bel

The iconic Vespa has had its day in the sun and still holds considerable sway. It is perhaps that standing that brings us to Vespa-inspired products every so often. Zero scooter by Bel & Bel Studio is a mashup of modern Segway-like technology with the classic Vespa. Looks of the Segway are modern, futuristic even, but the Zero wraps up those looks in the body of a Vespa.

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Ford Does the ‘Snowkhana’ to Parody Ken Block’s Gymkhana

Taking a page out of Ken Block’s awesome Gymkhana, Ford has its own Christmas video with ‘Snowkhana’. Quite like last year’s video, this year’s Snowkhana is a stop motion animation with toys, featuring Mental Block taking the wheel of a 1:64 scale Ford Fiesta. Mr. Mental Block then proceeds to try out stunts, toeing the line of Ken Block, while other cars and characters make cameos. Hit ahead for the last year’s video, this year’s video is up top.

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Sherlock Mini Episode – Series 3 Prequel

It has been two years since Sherlock’s “death” and someone isn’t quite convinced of it. Surprise, it’s not Doctor Watson. It’s just a few days for the series to start, and the mini-episode adds warmth to what we expect from the series.

Close-ups Of Recreational Drugs

All You Can Feel by Sarah Schoenfeld

Opium

In a series of photographs for the set “All You Can Feel”, photographer Sarah Schönfeld takes a microscopic look at several recreational drugs. The artist put drops of various legal and illegal liquid drugs onto a negative film which had already been exposed. Addition of the drugs altered the coating of the film. The negatives were then developed into large size images, some as big as 160×200 centimeters.

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The Grand Zippo Gasolier Candelabra

Zippo Gasolier by Luka Pirnat

Zippo Gasolier is worth all the love for looking this grand. Designed by Luka Pirnat, the gasolier matches up the classic Zippo lighters to the candelabra. A set of seven Zippo lighters sit on the menorah, hailing a remembrance to both, the gasolier and the zippo lighters. Come to think of it, Zippos are especially suited for a design like this; they won’t be easily blown off, and they look pretty darn good in the setting.

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Mario Warfare – Part 6

The latest installment in the Mario Warfare series has shown up quicker than the usual. This time, they take the war to Bowser.

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Scumbag Chun-Li, Troll Blanka [videos]

YouTube channel ParodiePub has created videos featuring several Street Fighter characters, most notably Chun-Li and Blanka. Hit ahead to see another video of Chun-Li being a scumbag, and a few of Blanka being a troll and making everyone’s life miserable.

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Everywhere You Go, Eyes of This T-Rex Follow You

Do not be fooled by the cute appearances, the T-Rex is a vicious hunter and is following your movements. The T-Rex was built based on the dragon illusion, which freaks your mind into thinking that the eyes are following you.

If we move around when viewing a solid object, our brain knows how the object we are looking at should behave. However the dragon gives us the wrong clues, because we mis-interpret what its shape is. We assume that the nose of the dragon is pointing out towards us, but in fact the dragon’s head is concave.