Gentlemen, look at that monkey tail beard and tell me you don’t want one. Everybody wants one, it’s that awesome. Also, that’s the way to get super manly. Hell, some kid could grow chest hair just looking at that beard.
The quest for the perfect toast is never-ending for many of us, but we do usually settle for a quick, edible toast. Especially when its about the morning rush and time is scarce. Designed by Mateusz Główka, the Roastie Toaster promises to quickly toast the bread to perfection in a comparatively shorter time. The orb shaped toaster is a concept right now, and sadly can only handle one slice at a time, which probably makes its claims of being “quicker” somewhat brittle.
Here at Randommization, we’ve always been proud of our artistic skills on an Etch-a-Sketch. Obviously, all that pride was before we came across the Etch-a-Sketch art of George Vlosich, and now we’re busy hiding and erasing all those stupid drawings we made. The artist started off simple, and then moved on to some real complex and classy artwork, all created on the children’s toy. You can imagine the hard work that goes into each of these pieces, considering the artist has to start over if there is a single mistake in the work.
In a world ruled by touch screen devices and style, you’ve got to stand out of the pack. While people walk busy with their hands full, trying to access the device, you can walk like the king with hands free and your face doing the job. A hairy plaster nose with an embedded stylus, awww… that would look so cute. The finger nose is a fun project by Dominic Wilcox.
This Starcraft themed siege tank was built by Marky Mark’s Lego Creations. The lego tank is remote controlled, has four separate motors, two actuators, can drive forward, reverse and turn corners, plus it also can change modes at the touch of a button. Yep, a pretty detailed construction. The crown jewel is of course the transformation from tank mode to artillery mode and back.
Tired parents struggling to get their kids to sleep, this is the book for you. In a perfect world, kids sleep on time, or after you’ve told them some story or rhyme. In the real world, that almost never happens, and the tired parent struggles to get the kids to sleep. Written by Adam Mansbach, the book obviously isn’t for kids, but for parents whose feeling it does bring out with heaps of profanities. Costs $9. Here’s a simple verse from the book:
The cats nestle close to their kittens now.
The lambs have laid down with the sheep.
You’re cozy and warm in your bed, my dear
Please go the fuck to sleep.
We can have our differences, but everyone stands united in the hatred of potholes. Those ugly ruins of urban decay take the fun out of driving and spoil the car. Artist Pete Dungey sees a chance of expression in these dismal potholes, using potholes around London as planters. The artist plants flowers and grasses to highlight the problems and plights of the road, creating an interesting setting to go along. This also reminds us of artist Juliana Santacruz Herrera’s repairing of Parisian streets with knitted yarn.
UK based photographer Ben Hall travels across the world, capturing the beauty of the wildlife. Coupled with the photographers keen eye for natural setting and its visual representation, the photographs mostly come out as these wonderful captures, like they were always intended to be. Capturing the perfect shot can take weeks or even months, and Hall often haunts the location until the perfect shot is captured.
It is entirely possible we cry out at the sheer weirdness of this cake. Created by designer and cake hobbyist Dan Gentle, the cake bears an uncomfortably close relation to a real baby. Not happy with leaving things at that, he went the next step, cutting the cake. We don’t judge, but we’re really scared right now.