Some things only get better with age, and Golden Shower's Atari-esgue music video is no exception. Even after a decade,"Video Computer System" is nothing short of a pixelated masterpiece.
Every 10 seconds for a year, Ken Murphy took a picture of the skies above the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco, resulting in this awesome 365-piece mosaic time-lapse.
Boxing is a sport. It's also a great way to relieve stress and get in shape. FightCamp delivers everything you need to get into the game, including the trainer. Using wireless punch trackers that slide into included quick wraps, it syncs with an app that connects you to hundreds of workouts with 4+ new workouts added weekly. It shows you real-time stats like punch count, velocity, and output to push you farther. FightCamp is accessible for all levels of boxing experience, including an 8-week program for beginners that takes you from no experience to throwing 12-punch combos. Workouts range from 15 to 45 minutes, and you can stay motivated with beginner, intermediate, and advanced programs coached by the best trainers around who also happen to be former fighters with authentic boxing backgrounds. And the gear is top notch as well, including the pair of premium boxing gloves, free standing bag, and 8' x 4' workout mat that is included in the main package.
Presented by FightCamp.
Onsen's relaxed, minimalist towels were already our go-to, and now we've taken their hue to our preferred end of the spectrum. Made with American-grown Supima cotton, these special edition black towels are made with longer fibers in a weave pattern that provides an exceptionally soft texture that's also fast-drying. But the key to this obsessively designed towel set isn't what Onsen added, but rather what they eliminated. Standard bath towels go through a chemical bathing process so they feel fluffy — at least at first. Instead of short-lived softness that washes away, Onsen builds in softness from the beginning and utilizes no chemical processes. Bypassing these common treatments eliminates the artificial fluff, resulting instead in a naturally plush surface that just gets better and better, making this quite possibly the last towel set you'll need.
Bath Towel: 31" x 57" / Hand Towel: 18" X 30" / Face Towel: 12" x 12"
As one of 30 remaining Japanese swordsmiths, Korehira Watanabe has perfected his skills over 40 years while chasing the impossible Koto and to carry on the tradition and the passion of the trade.