Coffee cup stains are those sucky problems that you allow to exist, because you love coffee, and the stains are just the side effects. Artist Carter Asmann probably does not see those stains as aberrations, but rather an opportunity that goes well with his stunningly detailed motorcycle illustrations.
Everyone’s so very scared of monsters, and yet those creatures prefer to live in the shadows. Those (frightful) poor guys have to live in the shadows because of their problems and the crippling anxiety that stems from these problems. The monsters can’t even get a shrink, because shrinks are anti-monster like that.
It’s a pretty standard exercise to see published celebrity images that have been touched up with photoshop to make the celebs appear thinner, often going to impossible limits. Well, but then not everyone likes seeing people thin. So artist David Lopera went the opposite route and decided celebrities needed to get a “bit” chubbier.
It’s mind boggling to imagine that the email is old, 44 years old. Computer engineer Ray Tomlinson sent the very first email in the year 1971. It’s difficult to say if Tomlinson realized the importance of the historic event he was presiding over, but he doesn’t quite remember what the email was about. In such a case, I think it is best to assume that it was a fart joke, because that’s what emails are for.
You may not care about technology, and you may not even know it yet, but you do totally love the USB Type-C. The new iteration of the bus has all the advantages of the classic USB, and removes most of the complaints leveled against the USB. The list of the new offerings is huge, and we’re going to run by it with quick information to highlight the capabilities of the new standard.
Wallace the rabbit is the cutest beer delivering, cart pushing companion you could have hoped for. To quote from the video’s description:
This event marks the release of an epic accomplishment. I have been collaborating for the past year with my girlfriend’s pet rabbit to create performance art and “happenings” that capture this rabbit’s capabilities and worldly passions. In a million years, neither Wallace nor I would have guessed that our creative endeavors would take this route but after such a long journey we arrive at this significant moment.
Collin is just an infant, but he moves around like the badass that he is in the sweet Tumbler stroller that his dad made for him. A huge fan of the caped crusader, Collin’s dad decided that his kid deserved to travel in something super cool, like his very own Tumbler.
This offering from Crazy Case is exactly what you could have asked to get your nerd cells ticking. Haters might call it impractical, but you know it is awesome, especially when you get to see it in action. The DMC-12 has amazing detail with lights and wires that glow when you get a call or notifications.
This bottle is so hilariously politically incorrect, it totters to the point of being shocking. Li’l Lager is built like a beer bottle, which makes this otherwise simple bottle quite a shocker. It’s a BPA-free, phthalate free plastic bottle with a food-grade silicone nipple that won’t really intoxicate any children, though its shape and look will provide fun times for onlookers. Li’l Lager is expected to be available in April, and is tentatively priced at $12.