Incredible Futuristic Concept Creations Nick Kaloterakis, is an extremely talented Sydney based illustrator and CG designer. His stunning futuristic concept creations are often featured in Popular Science Magazine. When I came across his work on the Behance.net website I found myself instantly fascinated and had to share his creative designs with you. His creations of what the future has in store for us will simply blow you away. SNEAKHYPE - Part 2 Watches Casio G-Shock – GW9400 Rangeman Watch Needing to add a slick watch to line-up for this upcoming fall season? Well, G-Shock has got you covered with their new Rangeman model. Much like any G-Schock, they are very rugged, and prepared to take a beating. online magazine of fresh kicks, art, clothes, culture, and ideas Kicks Nikestore to Restock a Ton of Air Jordan Retros It was a terrible & great weekend for Jordan Brand lovers.
Agnes-Cecile - Time-lapse Watercolour Painting If any of you have tried your hand at painting, you probably know how difficult it is. There are those who have a knack for it, such as Agnes-Cecile, and then there are people like me… people who are better off admiring the artistic works of those far more talented than myself. If anyone ever needs child-like drawings of dinosaurs or aliens, I’m your man. SoloTrek creators on their way to build world's first-to-fly hybrid ‘Air Car’ The former SoloTrek XFV engineering team is up to work on another outstanding aircraft innovation. Aircraft innovators Michael Moshier and Robert Bulaga, who designed the Exo-skeletal Flying Vehicle, are looking for funds to develop a groundbreaking fuel electronic hybrid air car for day-to-day transportation purposes. The aircraft exponents call the new project as a ‘history-making one,' but they are yet to spot enough financial sources. According to Moshier, the multi-passenger hybrid car will also be designed based on the ducted-fan technology of their previous flight.
The North Face Back to Berkeley Boots —From humble beginnings to international acclaim, American outdoor product company North Face reassure their loyal customers that home is still where the heart is with the release of their Back to Berkeley Hiking Boots. Not forgetting where you came from is how one’s heritage remains intact. It would be easy for a brand like North Face to forsake their past considering all they’ve achieved, but rather than ignore their origins like so many do once they’ve accumulated the slightest bit of fame or fortune, North Face tip a hat to it.
Ink Tank - Make words not war The ten greatest short story writers of the twenty-first century? What, we scoff, only ten? After all, the century’s fourteen already – that’s enough time to compile a list twice as long as this one! However, we’re going to restrict ourselves to ten because we’re also interested in your input: which story writers have blown your mind since the big Y2K? L.E.D. Snowboarding Lights Up the Powder Snowboarding videos are usually exciting, adrenaline loaded clips packed to the gills with fantastic stunts- that’s all well and good, but I was massively impressed when I saw this L.E.D snowboarding video showcasing William Hughes in an electric snowsuit. Shot with slow motion footage, the crisp white glow of thousands of L.E.D.s shimmers through powder as his board carves a swathe through the trees on a pitch black mountainside. Instead of wild flips and blazing speed, the entire video is a haunting vision of a solitary beacon illuminating the slopes in a sea of perfect darkness.
Balmain Fall/Winter 2011 Raccoon Fur Leather Sleeve Jacket This Raccoon Fur Leather Sleeve Jacket (approx. $7,597) is one of the most memorable pieces from Balmain’s Fall/Winter 2011 Menswear Collection. It has a thick raccoon fur body and 100% black leather sleeves with zip detail. Would you buy this, and if so, how would you rock it? Movies Screen Junkies Honest Trailers – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire HOME > MOVIES >Genres Best & Worst Video Game Movies Honest Trailers – 300 Terrifying Plane Crash Scenes From Movies
cornelius comanns: bufalino aug 22, 2010 cornelius comanns: bufalino ‘bufalino’ interior view ‘bufalino’ by german industrial designer cornelius comanns is a small camper which is equipped to meet the basic needs of one person. the concept behind the project is to offer absolute flexibility during periods of travel. the minimalist construction is based on the existing piaggio APE 50 three wheeled light transport vehicle; a model chosen for its economic and fuel efficient benefits. however, the more complex structural components such as the frame, the chassis, and engine are derived from the original piaggio model. interior view Gear WWD just wrote this article about how wearabale technology is struggling to find its way these days. This became particularly apparent when Nike recently announced that they were shutting down their FuelBand division, likely because that shit was super corny ... Done to Death Projects just announced a new book, Evel Comes to Cooperville, which collects never seen before photos of Evel Knievel at the Oklahoma State Fair in 1972.
Popular Photos Notifications See all notifications All categories A Frenchman In NY Sean Archer Георгий Чернядьев (Georgy Chernyadyev) The Cool Hunter - Architecture Over the past seven years, at our creative agency, Access, we have worked with a number of residential and commercial property developers from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, helping them with development and strategy. Yet we see so often the sad sight of yet another mediocre building going up. We see city councils approving mediocre design and we see cities looking uglier because of it. We see property developers rushing to get their building up, wanting to make a quick sale and profit, and not really caring or thinking about the aesthetics of the building. Does the building enhance the surrounding area or make it worse? Will the building still look great 10, 15 or 20 years from now?