While he's not creating psychedelic, 8-Bit Trips, Swedish artist Rymdreglage is spending 71 hours unboxing and sorting 65,000 LEGO bricks for his next project.
While you're eagerly awaiting tomorrow's release of Passion Pit's new album Gossamer, enjoy this drug-induced love affair between a museum security guard and a work of art in Greg Barth's contest-winning video.
Forget being stuck with three basic sizes. Stantt Custom Fit Shirts offers 75 instead. Using three key measurements — chest, waist, and sleeve length — they cut, craft, and deliver perfectly-fitting shirts in just seven days. They offer dress, casual, and tuxedo tops in the same colors as your current go-to staples, shipped to your door far faster than a tailor. As a result, you end up with a wardrobe that's suited not only to your style but your body, too.
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Your skin is your largest organ, but the wind, sun, environmental pollutants, and sweat can take a massive toll on its hydration, causing dry, wrinkled, and rough skin. That's where men's grooming brand Oars + Alps, comes in. At half the price of leading brands without all the toxic chemicals, each product is great for travel and your gym bag. The face wash is the first men's brand to come in solid form, and has activated charcoal that absorbs up to 200 times its weight in impurities. The face and eye cream has ingredients like shea butter and jojoba oil and helps keep your mug hydrated, while the natural deodorant has a light scent and is aluminum-free and alcohol-free, eliminating nasty sweat stains. Their Full Kit offers a vital line of products that each include Alpine Caribou Moss, native to the Arctic tundra that is loaded with powerful antioxidants that fight UV radiation and guard against environmental pollution. A trio of natural men's products that are sure to take your grooming game up a notch without exposing you to any harmful chemicals in the process.
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Today, 43 years after Apollo 11 touched down on the surface of the Moon, NASA's Space Shuttle program is no more and any manned mission's to mars have been postponed until late 2030's. California filmmaker Paul Hildebrandt wants to make a case to fight for space with a Kickstarter campaign to fund his documentary film featuring interviews with Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Robert Zubrin, Bill Nye, and Leroy Chaio.