A vintage animation about the distressing negative sensation induced by a perceived threat, also know as fear.
A miniature playground for a model troublemaker at LMRA Model Railroad Association's Gulf & Denver Railroad Authority model, used as the storyline in Element X Creative's sponsor reel for the 2011 Association of Independent Commercial Producers southwest awards show.
A reliable, sharp knife is the most important tool in your kitchen. And this set of six world-class steak knives are some of the best you'll come across. Each one is made from a single piece of 100% German Stainless Steel for strength, durability, and edge retention. Each ultra-sharp blade contrasts perfectly with an unpolished flame-scorched handle that is sculpted to fit in your hand well and provides a comfortable grip and reduced slippage for consistent cuts each and every time.
Set of 6 in Wooden Case.
Daniel Craig's direct hand in shaping the wardrobe for James Bond has been well documented, and his earliest influence on the modern Bond style is reflected in the Sunspel Riviera polo. Worn by Craig in the early moments of Casino Royale while in the Bahamas, the polo was hand-selected for the film after being pulled from Sunspel's archives and altered to a more modern silhouette. Originally designed by the owners of Sunspel in the 1950s to be worn in the heat of the French Riviera, the mesh fabric was custom developed to provide the maximum amount of cooling to the wearer. Almost an oversized piqué, the fabric is truly unique and now instantly recognizable thanks to Bond. It's cut short and comfortably trim, and is always meant to be worn untucked. Available in black, white, and navy (as worn in Casino Royale), and now in a Limited Edition Melange Grey, the same color as the Sunspel T-shirt Craig wears as 007 in the same film. Originally meant to be released in conjunction with No Time to Die, the Limited Edition colorway will most likely be gone before the movie hits theaters in November.
As Seen In Uncrate Issue 05
Worn on the sets of The Thomas Crown Affair, Miami Vice, and I Spy, here's a look into the intricate process behind each handmade pair of Persol sunglasses.
This is former architectural drafting student Ice Cube giving you a tour of Eames House, bitch.
Bugatti design director Achim Anscheidt designed the Chiron, but on the weekends, he drives a Porsche. This 1981 Porsche 911 SC, to be exact. Dismantled and reassembled multiple times, Anscheidt has pared it down to the bare basics to maximize performance. This print from photographer Bart Kuykens shows Anscheidt bending down at the rear of his beloved hotrod. It's created using Diasec, a system that uses a special gel to bond photographs directly and permanently to an acrylic sheet, eliminating the need for a traditional frame. The striking piece arrives ready to hang and comes with a certificate of authenticity; the 100cm x 100cm size is limited to just nine examples, while the larger 150cm x 150cm (59" x 59") print is limited to just three.
100cm x 100cm (roughly 40" x 40") / Edition of 9 / 80 lbs.
150cm x 150cm (59" x 59") / Edition of 3 / 100 lbs.
Watchmaker Vacheron Constantin's 265 years of experience continues to combine innovation with fine design to create magic. Originally released in 1921, this legendary timepiece was loved by American motorists thanks to its classic face with an unexpected tilt, making it easy to read without losing the grip on a steering wheel. Today the reinterpreted Historiques American 1921 features a 40mm pink-gold case, a railway dial-train, black-painted Arabic numerals, and a uniquely positioned crown between 1 & 2 o'clock. The timepiece is powered by manually-wound Caliber 4400AS with a power reserve of nearly 3 days. A dark brown alligator strap completes the look. Each timepiece is certified with the highly distinguished Geneva Seal.
Presented by Vacheron Constantin.
Presented by Vacheron Constantin.
Tom Lowe has spent over two years working on his project TimeScapes and it looks to be time well spent. This incredible footage from the film was filmed and edited at 4K resolution, four times greater than regular 1080p HD.
If you hated the Lost finale — like most of America — and still have some unanswered questions, MegoScott Adams has a way to ease your bitter heart. He spent a year and a half creating a custom-built Swan Station for the Mego-style action figures, complete with smoke monster backdrop and angry polar beers, giving you the chance to rewrite the ending however you want.