Featuring some of the biggest names in rap music, Rapture is a documentary in eight parts. Going behind the scenes to look at the lives of rappers like Nas, Rhapsody, Logic, and 2Chainz. Rapture premieres March 20, 2018 on Netflix.
St. Vincent is known for her loud and electric arrangments so when she showed up at the NPR offices with just an acoustic guitar, it was a surprise to just about everyone. The singer performed stripped down versions of three singles off her latest album Masseduction for her Tiny Desk Concert.
Immortalized on screen by Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski, Vuarnet's The Dude sunglasses will add some laid back vibes to your summer wardrobe. Dubbed model 03, the silhouette was originally launched in 1962 and was inspired by the oversized aviators of US Air Force pilots. The frames are made from a tough shape memory nylon for comfort and have integrated monobloc hinges as well as a removable bridge insert, while the grey polar lenses offer maximum protection against glare whether it's coming from the sun or your lighter. Made in France.
Lens Width: 56 / Bridge Width: 19 / Arm Length: 140
In 2016, the Tactica Talon became the highest funded multitool in crowdfunding history. Using the feedback from thousands of backers, it's since been improved and rechristened the Tactica Original. Packed into its 3.1-inch case that can be attached to a key ring are a multitude of tools, including more than a dozen wrenches (imperial and metric), a bottle opener, a package opener, a ruler, hex sockets, and both Phillips and flathead bits. It's TSA compliant, so you can leave it in your pocket while flying, and its hardened steel core is wrapped in a lightweight composite that won't scratch your phone's screen.
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
It's Vince Carter's 41st birthday — and his 19th year in the NBA. Named Rookie of the Year in 1999, Vince has played his way into the Hall of Fame, the Olympics, and the playoffs. The man that gave us Vinsanity took a second to break down the 10 best dunks of his epic career.
Working for one of the biggest tech companies on the planet has its perks. Employees at Amazon's headquarters in Seattle now have a lush oasis in the middle of the city to get away from the office. Called the Spheres, the geodesic domes house 400 species of plants and meeting areas in the most Zen workspace you could imagine. With areas like the bird's nest and Ruby, a 50-foot tall tree that was brought from California, the Spheres add another landmark to a city known for them.