Human life expectancy is at the highest it has ever been. We now have better access to healthcare, and better healthcare, and life expectancy is it an encouraging high. So we are living longer, but how much of that increased life is spent in good health? This infographic by Medigo illustrates the global numbers for what they call “Bad Health Years”, a number that has increased (on average) for Europe and South America.
This series of illustrations is the work of Dutch freelance artist Coen Pohl. The illustrations talk about a “typical night out in Seoul” and present them as rather lively set. Check them out (the captions are the artist’s comments from his Behance page).
Potholes are, and will continue to be terrible. But thanks to artist Jim Bachor, potholes do look better. Well, there’s your silver lining! The artist has been filling Chicago’s potholes with these works of art for about two years now. He fills the potholes with concrete and tops it up with a homemade mosaic.
Here’s the OK World Wide crew making some sick moves by combining breakdancing with smoke grenades. And it really is a cool look.
Artist Dan Meth put his skills to use and packaged random fast food items into a more elegant packaging. The kind that works for fancy parties. Or at least one you thought was gourmet food.
Here’s a brand new trailer for the upcoming second instalment of Guardians of the Galaxy. Spoiler alert: This one’s got Star Lord’s dad.
The movie is set for a May 5 release.
I have been assured by several people that the words on the “I drink until I Pass Out” onesie are absolutely true for the tiny human wearing them. Costs $15.
The RX1 Behemoth is built to be a mighty warrior. It is based in part on the Spyrius space theme set that LEGO released back in 1994, and it takes some cues from the official 6949 Robo-Guardian set. Except this one is much taller, and for all purposes, stronger than those puny predecessors. It stands at 56 centimeters tall and has a 10-wheel drive. Oh and here’s the good part – builder Spacerunner built this one for play, not just display.
On a fine day in the spring of 2014, artist Rachel Sussman made her introduction to the Japanese art of Kintsugi or Kintsukuroi. The catalyst was a photograph she saw on social media of a broken ceramic bowl put back together with gold. Kintsugi is the traditional Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer mixed with gold, silver, or platinum dust.
Checkout this super cool Boba Fett Bowler Hat – it would make a pretty good Boba Fett in a low cost production. Actually, scrap that low cost part. This one comes with a $595 price tag.