This kid is exceptionally good at throwing a ball in a cup.
Kung-Fu and Lucy Liu. That's all we need. Written and directed by Wu-Tang Clan member RZA and produced by Quentin Tarantino, a small town blacksmith forges killer weapons to save his village from soulless villains. The cast includes Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu, Cung Le, Byron Mann, Jamie Chung, Pam Grier, Dave Batista, and RZA himself and is in theaters October 26, 2012.
That old rag or you trusty hand can slather on soap but if you want to truly elevate your shower experience, an upgrade is necessary. The Orijin Bamboo Charcoal Sponge doesn't just apply body wash, it hydrates, exfoliates, and balances the skin's pH naturally. Made from the root Japan's Konjac plant, the sponge has been infused with bamboo charcoal to gently buff the surface while deep-cleaning pores for a more eve skin tone. Its ergonomic design makes for a comfortable hold and a channeled surface creates a superior lather.
Although Kermit suggests it isn't easy being green, the latest collaboration between adidas and Disney proves otherwise. The shoes take the classic Stan Smith silhouette and reference the iconic frog with a perforated K replacing the signature three stripes and his name embossed on the heel. His trademark hue is on the back, along with the words "being green," while his portrait is on the tongue. In an effort to end plastic waste, the sneakers embrace sustainability with a Primegreen material, ensuring 50% of the upper is recycled content.
Presented by adidas.
Presented by adidas.
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence find love in a crazy play. Also starring Robert De Niro, Julia Stiles, and Chris Tucker (?). In theaters November 21, 2012.
Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Advil, Excedrin, Motrin. We all use them. This clever TEDeducation animation explains how they really work.
The latest volume in Assouline's line of "Impossible" luxury books focuses on one of our favorite vices: cigars. The hand-bound luxury edition profiles the most notable cigars of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries from the most famous cigar makers on earth. Featuring over 100 beautiful illustrations with color plates hand-tipped on art-quality paper, you're guided through fabled Cuban tobacco farms, the processes of master cigar rollers, with images and quotes from the most influential aficionados ever to light up. Epic industry names are well represented, from Dominican Republic's Arturo Fuente to Davidoff of Geneva, as well as the legendary smokes the nation of Cuba has produced. The Impossible Collection of Cigars is presented in a traditional dress trade, hand bound cigar box and is the ultimate addition to the library of any smoking connoisseur.
Width: 17.9" / Length: 20" / Depth: 3.5" / Weight: 18 lbs / 232 pages
There's something special about old school Land Rovers, especially Series 3 Defenders like the one in this print. The "blacked-out" one-of-a-kind 1979 Land Rover was professionally rebuilt, de-badged, and layered in a matte finish for a minimalist look to match the aesthetic of your home 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.