Holy F__k by Chris Chalklen is a hilarious short film about an exorcism. It starts off quite “The Exorcist” style, but rather than going for horror, the film goes for humor. The idea of the film came from a story on Subreddit WritingPrompts. The film has been played at 39 international festivals, and has won 9 awards.
This interesting set of images by Cristian Girotto and Olivier Masson takes Yoga poses and transposes them onto sushi platters. Sushi Yoga, anyone?
Nissan has its heart set on tackling the snow, with the all new 370Zki Roadster concept (pronounced unsurprisingly as 370 Ski). Built off the stock 370Z, the ‘roadster’ still got its powerful 332 hp engine. Of course, it requires more work than stripping out wheels and slapping on skis. Nissan partnered with American Track Truck to get this rear-wheel powered snowmobile ready for show.
Looks like we’ll have to wait much longer for the final season of Game of Thrones. In the meantime, we can find solace in some extraordinary fan art for our GoT fix. This set is a wonderful look at Game of Thrones characters by Mexican artist El Grand Chamaco. It’s quite a treat.
ORIGIN tree house rests on a hundred year oak in a French forest. The tree house was designed to be functional, and as comfortable as a hotel room. Inspired by the shape of a nest, the tree house has been designed by Atelier LAVIT.
Meet Felix, the interesting and weird cat sculpture lamp built by Studio Job for Italian brand Seletti. We call it interesting because the skillfully crafted lamp takes the look of a cat rather well, and the eye lamp looks rather interesting, to say the least. The lamp shows Felix with a straight-up tail, indicating the cat is feeling relaxed.. that’s also where the weird part comes in.
This decorative skull has a cool Steampunk-ish look that probably earn this guy a top spot in the zombie army, if he were undead. It is supposed to have a “secret” compartment to store tiny trinket treasures. That secret compartment happens to be a clearly visible drawer on the side of the skull, which is not so secret, but apparently saying that aloud would hurt the skull’s feelings. So we’ll leave it at that. Erasmus Darwin’s Steam Cerebrum Skull was designed in England, manufactured in China, and ships free to the United States. Price $54.