Got a stash of audio cassettes you just haven’t been able to let go all these years? Well, if didn’t turn them into something like a lamp already, you could use your massive collection to create a massive closet, like this one built by Dutch designer Patrick Schuur. He used 918 cassettes to create this closet that has cassettes attached to it like mosaic tiles.
Humans weren’t built to fly, but to harbor a dream of flying, and try to achieve the same in sometimes awesome, sometimes ridiculous ways. StreetFlyer is a three-wheeled, lightweight vehicle that functions much like a bicycle, except that the rider is placed in a somewhat horizontal, gliding position supported by harnesses. As you push the pedals and move, you’ll be looking straight at the ground passing beneath you and hopefully, get the feeling of “flying.”
California-based commercial artist Clay Butler has come up with a cannabis treat, in beverage form. Canna Cola, as the cannabis infused brand is called, will be available in Dock Weed, Grape Ape, Orange Kush and Sour Diesel flavors, each priced between $10-$15. All these drinks will contain 35 to 65 milligrams of THC, the active ingredient in cannabis. To be sold at medical marijuana dispensaries, sale of the drinks will start off with Colorado next month, and probably reach California in spring.
Obsession or loyalty, whatever you may call it, makes people do weird things. Manchester United fan John Retter decided to display his loyalty to the English club by having his back covered in a $1400 tattoo of the English club’s logo that took 16 hours to complete.
Sexy lingerie is quite a turn on that perhaps made trees think about trying a branch at it. Obviously they have to try a branch, because trees don’t have hands. Anyways, Yevgeny Dobrovinsky put sexy lingerie on trees probably to turn someone on, or you know, just because it is an art thing.
Answering simple yes and no too much work? Well, it’s time to take asshatery to an entirely new level, answer people with the show of gloves, and simultaneously tell them to “talk to the hand.” We’d guess anyone wearing these gloves and actually “using” them is going to be very popular. Cost $5.
Apparently, having a giant head speak your words is fun, or at least the Moai playback voice recorder seems to think so. It listens to whatever you speak for about 15 seconds, then opens its big mouth and repeats whatever words you said, in your own voice. Costs $35.
I don’t think it is going to be very comfortable, but comfort is something I’d gladly give up to sit inside and drive a Dalek. Sadly, that’s about all it does. Powered by a 6V battery and 128cm tall, the Dalek can move 360 degrees and has 10 Dalek sounds and phrases. The Dalek has an RRP of $315.