Intense development in China has brought in challenges that urban areas have to face, and usually what make the ugly sight beneath the glitter of cities. Beijing based photographer Sim Chi Yin‘s series The Rat Tribe takes us to an underground city beneath the city of Beijing. On an estimate, nearly a third of Beijings 20 million population lives in this dark underground city.
When you sit on your throne, sit like a king. Costs $30.
Seeing that its too much of trouble finding a scarf that would go well with the clothes you are wearing, it would be a respite to have a scarf that can change color to match the outfit you’re wearing. Chameleon Scarf takes care of that problem by calling electronics to its aid.
Sun Jifa, a Chinese farmer, lost both his hands when a fishing explosive went off prematurely. Prosthetics don’t come cheap, and the cheap ones barely function, so Jifa decided to be a total badass and build them himself. Just to put things into perspective, this is a man with no hands, building something as complex as prosthetics for himself. It took him eight years, but his steel bionic prosthetics were finally ready.
Think your cat doesn’t hate you enough? Zip it in one of these pajama suits and you will know. The Pajama Suit does wrap itself in the guise of a do-gooder though; it can be put into action when cats have wounds or are wearing bandages, so they can be kept from scratching those. Costs $79.
Google Faces by Onformative is an independent searching agent that relies on openFrameworks to sift through Google Maps and zero in on geographical features on earth that resemble human faces. The facetracker looks through the world to find patterns that would match a human face. You know what those faces mean? There are giants sleeping inside the Earth. It is good to keep a track on them so we know when they wake up.
It’s not easy being a unicorn, and this poor guy has had it worst. Why Unicorn Drinks by C. W. Moss is a book with a hilarious descriptions that seem to be forcing Mr. Unicorn towards alcoholism. Don’t blame this guy though, he doesn’t have it easy. These illustrations show a few problems of Mr. Unicorn, and well, that dude has solid reasons for alcoholism. Why Unicorn Drinks is available on Amazon for $12. Don’t forget at times, Unicorn can also be a total jerk.
Telling customers to Shut the F*ck Up probably isn’t a very good technique for advertising, but apparently that’s one that works for European budget airline Ryanair. Customers get to fly cheap, they don’t get to complain. As the tagline says, With Prices This Cheap, Shut The F*ck Up. Surprisingly enough, the campaign seems to be gaining traction and bagging awards. Apparently, customers are fine with being told to STFU as long as they pay the comparatively low fair.