Legacy is a 3D animated short film by writer and filmmaker Grzegorz Jonkajtys about an alien who travels to planet Earth to retrieve a human specimen. It took 3 months to complete the short film and it won the 2008 “Uplift Universe CGChallenge XXII Video Awards” at CGSociety in the individual video category.
Great for when you cut your upper lip
- Twelve 3″ x 1″ bandages decorated with mustaches
- Come in a reusable tin
- Latex free with sterile gauze
- FREE PRIZE INSIDE!
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Mustache Bandages make your bumps and bruises more dapper. This is the bandage preferred by clumsy gentlemen. Not only that, but you can turn any minor injury into a personified body part. It’s not longer just your leg, it’s Mr. Knee! Mustache Bandages are especially good when you nick yourself while shaving. Each metal pocket tin contains fifteen 3″ x 1″ latex-free adhesive bandages with sterile gauze and a FREE PRIZE to take your mind off of the excruciating pain. Four different styles. We do have to warn you that Mustache Bandages can sometimes take your scratches into hipster scabs.
photo by Gautier Deblonde
London-based artist Ron Mueck makes extremely realistic sculptures of human figures. The sculptures are painstakingly crafted primarily out of silicone, polyester resin, fiberglass and synthetic hair. They very widely in scale, from miniature, to life-size, to enormous sculptures that depict only a portion of the body. To see how he makes his sculptures, take a look at these behind-the-scenes photos by Gautier Deblonde.
Mueck’s work will be on display at two upcoming exhibitions: “Lifelike,” a group show at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, March 1 to May 27, 2013, and a solo exhibition at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris, April 16 to September 29, 2013.
iTap USB charger is the most stylish charger we have seen so far! The iTap is a tap-shaped charger for phones and tablets. Plug it into any socket, twist the top and then power will start flowing from its USB slot to whatever device you choose – simple as that! Each is priced at £19.95.
FabCafe in Japan is offering the service to create a gummy replica of yourself for the White Day. “They will be holding a 2-part workshop at their Shibuya location where males will use a 3D body scanner to create gummy humans in their own likeness.”
When I Grow Up is a delightfully inspirational animated short by The Academy, akin to Dr. Seuss’s classic Oh, the Places You’ll Go! The short is directed, written, and animated by Colin Hesterly and scored by Cyrille Machesseau. Narrator Bob Michaels’ soothing voice encourages you to “shoot for the moon,” and reminds you that even when “the going gets tough, keep pushing on because there’s a world of mysteries left for you to solve.”
Portland-based physicist, artist, and Wieden + Kennedy copywriter David Neevel built a swell machine that separatesOreo cookies with an automated hatchet and other clever ways. The machine was built as part of the Nabisco’s “Cookie vs. Cream” campaign and more separator machines will be introduced in the coming weeks. You can learn all about David’s machine in the campaign’s fun documentary-style video (and discover all the sacrifices he suffered through to build it).
It’s a basic human desire to separate an OREO cookie. Humans love either cookie or creme. And sometimes a man just needs to invent a machine to do the hard work of separating the two. Today, that man is physicist and cookie-part preferrer David Neevel. Watch him operate the machine he created that separates OREO cookies.