These coffin surfboards are made to order, which probably makes sense because we doubt people would be clamoring to ride a coffin on the waves. And a coffin worth $850 at that. Each of these is hand shaped by artist Brian Hilbers upon request.
Us men aren’t quite known for picking up subtle hints and cues, but something like this electronic cocktail dress could probably make life a lot more easier. The dress itself is racy enough with a plunging neckline and few parts inside the fabric, but that apparently doesn’t work as desired. Hell, that hasn’t worked for decades, so maybe we do need something that is more of a direct approach.
It is not quite rare to see models in ludicrous dresses that are far away from any actual use. The point here is that those dresses aren’t made for conventional use either, they are projections of the creativity and talent of the designer. Couture Art by Iris van Herpen takes us to the same platform with dresses that you aren’t likely to see anyone wearing aside from those on the ramp. It’s about the art and the style.
Over the last few months, we’ve seen quite a few plays on the style and appearance of Disney princesses. This latest one happens to be the work of deviantARTist HelleeTitch, who has transported Disney princesses into the Victorian age. These gorgeous illustrations by HelleeTitch present our beloved princesses in Steampunk style.
Based on more than forty interviews with Jobs conducted over two years—as well as interviews with more than a hundred family members, friends, adversaries, competitors, and colleagues—Walter Isaacson has written a riveting story of the roller-coaster life and searingly intense personality of a creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and ferocious drive revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing.
Justin Beiber now owns the Bat-illac, his own custom made Batmobile themed car based on the Cadillac CTS-V. The car features Batman’s logo on the front and the rear, suicide doors, a batmobile nameplate and a few more changes to make the Caddy look more like the Batmobile. There you have it, a vigilante, singing superhero. Customization on the car were done by Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs.
With all those zombies hungering after our brains, we have to show them who the boss is. A surefire way to strike terror in the unfeeling heart of zombies is to drink their blood, preferably right after you blow their heads off. But first, make sure you don’t turn into a zombie after ingesting zombie blood, we hear that shit is contagious. But we also hear the blood has a tangy orange flavor iron, protein, and electrolytes. A four pack of this zombie blood costs $16.
In our opinion, going the DIY route is the best way for a Halloween costume, but many of us lack the skill or the time to actually make one, so buying a costume may be an option. As things stand these days, you just need to have intent to buy a product, and you’d find someone already is selling it. Or similarly, make a product and buyers will come. But I digress, coming back to Halloween, this costume finds its inspiration from the Iron Man 2 movie, and lets the wearer play the glamorous Tony Stark.
Designer Matteo Bianchi made this beautiful pouffe in the shape of a muffin. Well, to be true we’d love it solely because it looks like a muffin. However, the devil lies in the detail and the designer has done a great job with the execution. Also, now I’m hungry; hungry for muffins.