The oldest known scientific computer, built in Greece around 100 BCE, was lost for 2000 years until being recovered from a shipwreck in 1901. This is a fully-functioning replica made out of Legos.
Through triumph and tragedy, this is what the world searched for this year.
The legacy of the Land Rover Defender runs deep. And this beautiful print is yet another reminder of what a meticulously maintained Defender looks like. This 130 Crew Cab checks all the boxes, and the print is a worthy addition to your living space, office, or garage. This high-quality print arrives in A2 size unframed and printed with minimum 1" margins on superb heavyweight fine art photography matte paper with pigment-based inks. Each one is numbered and hand-stamped with a stamp of authentication and shipped carefully rolled in a sturdy dent-resistant tube.
Print only, frame not included.
AirPods are great. As a result, they're also becoming increasingly ubiquitous. The Nomad AirPod Rugged Case protects their charging case while also giving it a unique look. Its two-piece construction incorporates a black polycarbonate shell and brown, USA-sourced Horween leather, giving the little white capsule a whole different personality. As a bonus, it will wear and develop its own patina over time, making it a great combination for a leather iPhone case.
Thickness: 0.06" / Total width: 0.95" / Total Height: 2.24"
Professor Wiseman shows us ten science stunts that will make your friends think you're a dork.
Sure a V8 skateboard is a little extreme, but with 9 X Game gold medals, 16 video game titles, and his own Sirius radio spot, how else are you going to impress Tony Hawk.
An innovation leader for decades, Nike continues to lead the pack in the shoe industry. Better is Temporary takes a closer look at the Swoosh from their humble beginnings to their current place among the most important brands on earth. The book is split into five thematic chapters that focus on Nike's performance, brand expression, collaboration, inclusive design, and sustainability. The book itself is a design marvel, with a cover that has overlapping silkscreened layers of Nike's proprietary Volt yellow and Hyperpunch pink colors overlaying an image of world-champion marathoner Eliud Kipchoge printed in a halftone dot pattern. The spine of the book is unique as well, sporting a series of colored tabs that extend from the interior pages.
500 color illustrations
Part rugged and part refined, The Motley has bottled up the adventurous spirit of Indiana Jones for their best-selling scent. Its notes of Atlas cedar and oakmoss make it woody and masculine, while warm clove and black pepper give it a subtle spiciness. Each bottle is compounded and hand-poured in small batches at their Los Angeles facility. Pick it up here and get $20 off with the code UNCRATE.
Presented by The Motley.
Presented by The Motley.
Jem Stansfield of BBC's Bang Goes The Theory, travels to the Solar Furnace Research Facility in Southern France to see what kind of damage highly concentrated sunlight can do (a lot, apparently).