After a delay that has lasted at least a few centuries, someone has had the good sense to present humans with one of their most needed things: unicorn horns. These costume wigs come with pre-attached unicorn horns and ears to go along, thus completing an attire that should be the norm for social conduct. The wigs come in multiple colors so you have a free run towards choosing ones that suit your hooves. Available at Etsy.
Gone are the good old days when you could keep humans as objects. You know, like the kind who stand in the background holding a lamp or serving their feudal lord without as much as being perceived or acknowledged. To those nostalgic for the old times, the Embarakiya lamps can provide some relief. Sadly they won’t work exactly as human minions, but you could find some solace in the humanoid shape of these floor lamps, plus the human sounds they utter through a speaker built into their torso.
Apparently, what humans miss the most as a loss of evolution is the tail. That should explain all the electronic tail accessories coming into the market. The latest on the brig is the Tailly, a tail that keeps a check on your heartbeat and responds accordingly. When you are relaxed, the tail swishes slowly and when the wearer feels some excitement, the tail would move briskly enough to put a Pomeranian to shame. Tailly is seeking funding on Indiegogo to be a reality, and for now seems to be quite lacking in its goal.
We can assure you, we are not in the least way judgmental. However, our gag reflex does not hold itself to the same high standards as we do. That however is no reason to deviate from the fact that Ukrainian artist Anna Sophia Matveeva manages to make impressive portraits using chewing gums as the medium.
This girl-guitar is the work of Lou Reimuller, who apparently finds it very useful, apparently “you can perform your guitar skill on the stage with a hot babe holding in your arm. Since she’s a mannequin, she will not mind how bad you pluck strings on her.” We don’t know what to make of that.
Now I don’t want to scare anyone, or soil my pants which I just totally did because spiders are flying across the skies in Brazil. I might be thousands of miles from Brazil, but the thought of flying spiders can make anyone crap anywhere. The video was taken by Erick Reis, of the sight he saw as he left a friend’s house. The spiders happen to be hanging down from poles and overhead wires, which you might want to think is not as scary as actual flying spiders, but just look at their size and the number. Clearly, the only solution left is to nuke these things from orbit.
It was pretty cool seeing James Bond flip out phones from his shoes, but if someone pulls out that shit in the modern times, well it’s just kind of sad. Undeterred by the incredible ridiculousness of the idea, UK based O2 has “upcycled” unwanted, waste mobile phones by giving them a place in designer shoes. Dubbed Walkie Talkies, the phones have found a place in vintage footwear and some fashion sense. Imagine walking down a street, removing your shoe and putting it to your ears. That will look awesome, just like the chick in the image up top.
Now would be a perfect time to be grossed out because there really exists an expensive ring that owes its origin to actual human skin. The base is a 24 karat gold band that has been wrapped with the skin of the designer himself. Sruli Recht got a 4inch by 0.4 inch piece of his skin surgically removed, which was then put around the ring that is styled “Forget Me Knot.”
Usually, the alphabet and its teaching is simplistic, even cute. This one however, takes the gory path filled with blood and death. Well, it might help reclaim the alphabet for those who’ve forgotten the word.
Science, amongst other things tends to make us believe that the dead cannot quite appreciate music or sound. Well, for no reason whatsoever, there exists this coffin that includes an onboard sound system and a touchscreen remote control that can be installed at the gravestone. We have no idea how long the battery of the system lasts, but even so, spending $35000 so that random folk can play music in the coffin that no one hears is kind of odd.