Simpsons-inspired alphabet by Fabian Gonzalez. Prints priced at $14.
The video shows the birth of Montana Spraycan. Right from the beginning to the end. And the process looks mesmerizing.
I am something of a cynic who finds most motivational signs and words well, just words, but I find this neon sign by Adam Garcia to be impressive, mostly because of the creative use of the lights. The neon lighted motivational sign costs $1200.
Angry Birds in the city.
Developed by Beau Thompson, strap-on condoms are buddies of the drunk guy looking to score. Being drunk doesn’t quite help men put on a condom, and all the fumbling can be quite a mood killer. It was one such experience and a frustrating night that led Thompson to the path of this invention. And it has been a success, selling millions of units in the USA, the condoms are now headed for Europe.
Awww.. isn’t it cute when obsolete, useless gadgets finally get around to a somewhat useful avatar? Then they look like this floppy disc pillow. Costs $38.
At the Concorso d’Eleganza at Villa d’Este, Aston Martin has unleashed the V12 Zagato. Based on the V12 Vantage, the car has been given a few touches like the double bubble roof, DB4 GT inspired grille, reworked tail lights, and a stripped out race cockpit. Engine of the car has remained unchanged, using the same V12 as the Vantage.
A look at the image above, and you would call it a painting or a product of digital manipulation. It is neither of those. Shot by Frans Lanting, this is a photograph of camel thorn trees in Namibia. The morning sun gives an orange tint to the dunes in the backdrop of the trees. The photograph will be featured in the June 2011 issue of National Geographic.
Celebrating its 75th birthday, Bavarian automaker BMW has come up with the 328 Homage concept, a nod to the car that the brand produced in the late ’30s. Displayed at the Concorso d’Eleganza at Villa d’Este, the concept gives off a retro look while keeping up with the best of contemporary manufacturing technologies. The concept makes elaborate use of carbon fiber, aluminum and leather in its construction, and is powered by a 3.0-l V6 engine.
Charles Krafft makes interesting porcelain pieces of guns and grenades, then paints them in beautiful patterns, creating a paradox of art and guns.