Forget everything you thought you knew about paper airplanes. For almost 10 years, designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been crafting a Boeing 777 that puts all those folded pieces of notebook paper to shame. The one-sixtieth scale model is incredibly detailed and features everything from tiny reading lamps above the first class seats to retractable landing gears.
Some of the best Indian food in LA doesn't require reservations or an entire paycheck. You just need to stop by the gas station and you can take it home. Siblings Hiram and Priyanka opened The Bombay Frankie Company in their families gas station, serving Mumbai's street food staple, the frankie.
Finding high-quality coffee while traveling is hit or miss at best. And we've all settled for the mediocre coffee found in our hotel room at times. Pakt wants to help you upgrade your travel coffee game with this first-of-its-kind packable kit that contains everything you need to make barista-quality coffee. Built to stand up to the rigors of travel, this sleek pour-over kit is compact, durable, and airline carry-on friendly. From an electric kettle for hot water to a container for your beans to a travel mug, we covered everything. As long as you have access to water and electricity, you can make barista-quality coffee anywhere you go.
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Based in Brooklyn, New York, graphic designer Scott Reinhard combines vintage maps with elevation data to create stunning pieces of art. Reinhard uses a chromogenic process to create each print, which takes traditional color photography development and integrates 3-dimensional data with paper maps for a result that is so visually appealing, you'll be tempted to reach out and feel what looks like 3D texture. The process brings the maps to life, creating a 2D print that is vibrant and detailed giving you a unique work of art that blends history and modern technology. In addition to the topographic maps, Reinhard creates compelling digitally rendered maps and has even adopted his technique to the surface of the moon.
No matter what your job is, you're probably not doing what you love — even if you're an international assassin. Barry is on the job in Los Angeles when he finds out that his true calling is to be an actor. Starring Bill Hader, the series comes to HBO March 25, 2018.
Staging your own kidnapping with the expectation of a multi-million dollar payout from your wealthy grandfather seems like a great idea — until no one seems to want you back. J. Paul Getty, an oil tycoon and the world's richest man, refuses to pay the ransom for his grandson, J. Paul Getty III. J. Paul Getty Jr. won't answer the phone. The kidnappers aren't playing games anymore, and the only person who seems to care is Getty III's mother. Starring Harris Dickinson, Hilary Swank, and Donald Sutherland, Trust comes to FX March 25, 2018.
Created in Solingen, Germany, using a single piece of stainless steel, this chef's knife is ready to be the most important tool in your kitchen. Taking visual cues from the world of traditional metal tools, Veark makes each knife using a drop forging process that leaves the CK01 with a unique pattern on the handle, so no two are alike — while the ergonomic open handle design allows you to hold the knife right at the balance point for an ideal grip. It also has an impressive 58 Rockwell hardness — allowing it to be sharper than most of its competitors, so it's equipped to handle just about any kitchen task you throw its way.
Blade Length: 7.9" / Overall Length: 12.6" / Weight: 7 oz.
Featuring an elevated bottom cut, the Cuts Crew Curve-Hem Shirt is an everyday essential for the modern man. Its rounded edge was designed with functionality in mind, eliminating bunching around the waist for a clean, tailored fit. The buttery soft texture is the result of a custom-engineered, tri-blend PYCA fabric and each shirt comes pre-shrunk so it's good to go for immediate wear. Keep it simple or layer it up, the Crew Curve-Hem has no limits.
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A recent blizzard swept the U.S., dumping ice and snow up and down the east coast and freezing the Atlantic Ocean. While most wouldn't consider these ideal surfing conditions, two brave souls ventured out into the frigid Nantucket elements to get a rare chance to shred some slurpee waves.
Principal Skinner has been searching for a four-rice fish stew since he was a POW in the war — but the spices were never right. Babish attempts to do the good Principal a solid by recreating the fish stew with the right spices. And as an added bonus, you learn how to make a rainbow grilled cheese sandwich.