Four new quirky Comcast commercials just came out. This will probably get really annoying the second or third time you hear it but for now..enjoy, it's cool! Once you watch one, you'll want to watch all four. First one is the best, though.… Continue
Further proof that the iPhone is the best thing that ever happened to cell world. In this video, The Mentalists play Kids by MGMT on their iPhones and iPod Touches, using only apps downloaded from the Apple App Store and they do a surprisingly damn good job. Apps used: Ocarina, Retro Synth, miniSynth, DigiDrummer… Continue
There's a simplicity to these photographs that draws me in. No grand sets, no overdone make-up, just a person breathing in, living life, taking in a moment. In these troubled times it's easy to want to wallow in the bad news. It's all around us. But it's these simple moments that we live for...the times where we think about a loved… Continue
Oh how the internet brings us all together! The first YouTube Symphony Orchestra, selected by YouTube viewers, consists of more than 90 musicians from some 30 countries. After more than 3,000 videos were submitted by amateur and professional musicians from 70-plus countries, 200 finalists were chosen. They were then wittled down to 90 by YouTuber users. The group, ranging… Continue
Added by alice on March 4, 2009 at 10:42am —
Aston Martin's DBS Volante is definitely one of the best looking rides debuting this week at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. With the exception of the soft-top convertible roof, nearly every aspect of the Volante is identical to that of Aston's DBS coupe. Both are powered by the same 6.0L V12 engine rated at 510hp and 420lb-ft of torque, and offer a six-speed… Continue
I've never seen 3D video projection quite like this. The visualization created on buildings, streets, and cars is unreal. Mad props to Easyweb, a French company that specializes in 3D mapping video. This is their 2009 showreel.
I really can't get over how awesome these business cards are for Lego. The miniature toy figures are in the likeness of each of their employees. In fact, they even try and match the look of the minifig (down to the hair and accessories) to the person. Their names, email addresses and phone numbers are printed on their "clothes." We also thought that working for Lego was… Continue
Metropolitan Home gathered together the most beautiful modern homes of their very own readers and then bestow the ultimate title in modern design—the Met Home of the Year. Top honors went to Karman Ng, the owner of a design firm, who showed the world how a touch of vintage with a healthy dose of modern could look fresh and exciting. The orange and brown color scheme could… Continue
American fashion photographer Steven Meisel stirred up some controversy for this awesome photoshoot he did for Italian Vogue awhile back. His "Make Love Not War" series depicts sweaty, dirty soldiers in the middle of a war-zone interacting with models in a very “heated fashion." Critics say that Steven's images glamorize the war in Iraq, but I think they should just chill… Continue
Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Seth Rogan, and Jason Segel, The Pretty Young Things Thank you, Vanity Fair, for giving recognition to some of our favorite modern day comedians in your April 2009 issue. From Seth Rogen's Frida Kahlo to Russell Brand's Charlie Chaplin,…
Bentley will introduce its fastest, greenest, and most powerful model at the Geneva Motor Show, which starts in a couple days. The first FlexFuel model can run on either petrol or biofuel - or a combination of both. Plans have been set to have all of their models compatible with renewable fuels by 2012.
The Continental Supersports produces 621hp, accelerates to… Continue
The gritty world Greek artist Alexandros Vasmoulakis creates is full of ironic-metaphoric language. In particular, it's about beauty and darkness and how juxtaposing the grittiness of the street with an aesthetically pleasing graphic design gives the viewer an unforgettable street art experience.
It was back in August of '08 when I first saw ban.do headbands and thought they were the prettiest thing. Many of you disagreed. In fact, my own sister even said, "Unless your a friend of Eragon or Legolas, I don't know how you could pull this off and not look like you're trying too hard." Damn. Point well taken, sis!
Based out of Montreal, Canada, photographer Pierre Choiniere has the rare ability to create a seductive chemistry with his models. By using defining lines and simple contrasts of color, he keeps the focus on his beautiful models as he magically enhances their beauty. Here are some of the best shots from his collection. Pierre Choiniere's…