Remember Norm, that personality-filled pug? Art director Robert Jahns (or nois7 on Instagram) has taken a photo of him and created this whimsical image of Norm strapped to a colorful bunch of balloons. Watch as he flies up, up and away!
As he writes, "This is Norm, he does almost everything to…Continue
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Photographer Rachel Hulin just sent us never-before-seen images from her soon-to-be-released new book Flying Henry. If you've been following the adventures of Henry along with us, you'll remember him as the cute little baby that seems to have magical powers. Throughout the year, we've…
Rainy Day Flight
Remember Henry, the Flying Baby? Rachel Hulin made waves when she photographed her baby soaring through the air (of course, with the help of a little Photoshop). Since then, the New York City-based photographer has been continuing her series and…
By now we've all seen proud parents take some pretty amazing photographs of their babies or kids. Who could ever forget Jason Lee's unforgettable images of his daughters or Finland-based Adele Enersen's daydreaming…
Well here's that jetpack you asked for Kevin!
These babies developed by Martin Aircraft Company of New Zealand go on sale for $75,000 each, and can reach 60mph, with an altitude of 8,000 feet! Check out the video below for demonstration.
What? Not impressed? How bout this homemade Hovercraft by Rudy Heeman, also another New Zealander?…
Wouldn't it be great if these air carriers really existed? They'd drop off your heavy school books or shopping bags right at your door. Matthias Schmiedbauer is feeling our pain. His Cargonaut concept makes us believe that one day this could actually happen!
Here he is describing his vision:
The bicycle can be used with the motor running on the ground up to 40 mph. It is also a fully functional recumbent bicycle. The Flyke can be pedaled in bike mode with and without the motor attached, and can be propelled by the motor alone. No special harness necessary, sit down, fasten your seatbelt and take off. The bicycle is front wheel drive and steers with articulation. The whole front of the Flyke - the bicycle/seat assembly - pivots into turns.… Continue
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