Roush has announced its latest Mustang, the 2012 RS3 Mustang will be the most powerful offering from Roush. The car has a supercharged engine putting out 540 hp with 465 pound-feet of torque. You get to choose from 288 color combinations for the pony. Pricing starts at $59945.
If the devil lies in the detail, he must be having a field day in these sculptures created by Dutch artist Ron van der Ende. All of the artist’s sculptures are made from reclaimed wood, and even the colors there are original colors of the reclaimed wood. Ron sifts through dumpsters in Rotterdam, picking up things like doors, cupboards and planks.
Fighter jets painted in manga girls. If something ever qualified for cute and badass, this would be it.
Saudi Arabia’s Kingdom Holding Company has announced that it will go ahead with its plans for the mile-high tower. The new structure will be twice the height of the Burj Khalifa, which currently happens to be the world’s tallest man-made structure. At 1 mile high (5280 feet) the tower designed by Adrian Smith will cover almost 12 million cubic feet of space, with several stories reserved for offices, hotels and a four tier residential space. The upper most tier will be reserved for alternative energy generation.
There’s a new religion in the world, and it holds CTRL+C and CTRL+V as sacred symbols. A group of self-confessed radical pirates in Sweden are attempting to found a new religion, that supports the free flow of information and files. Missionary Kopimistsamfundet – The Missionary Church of Kopimism has been founded by 19-year-old philosophy student Isaac Gerson, with the basic principle that copying and sharing of information is the most beautiful thing in the world. Of course, the “religion” has other tenets as well and they’re all based in some sort on file sharing. We guess ThePirateBay would be something of a patron saint or prophet for the new religion that awaits official recognition from authorities.
Impressive Terminator 2 cake. We like the terminator melting in a sea of fondant.
“The Last Fiesta” has been painted on lines of the last supper, except the part where it is painted on skateboard decks. Also, there’s another little difference; Christ and the apostles have been replaced with masked Mexican wrestlers. There is no proof so we assume a no-holds barred match followed the last fiesta. The painting is the creation of Chris Parks.
This concept laptop from designer Park Hyun Jin can be a lot more portable than the conventional laptop, simply because you can add another set of folds to the laptop to further compact its dimension. An independent design concept, the Fujitsu Lifebox X2 has full features and to some extent, dimensions of a laptop, but it is superthin. It allows its keyboard and screen to be folded as well, resulting in much more compact dimensions, thanks to its likely use of bendable and rollable screens, that don’t quite happen to be a fantasy anymore.