The world's smallest McDonald's just opened — but isn't for humans. Officially dubbed McHive, it's actually for bees. The project started in Sweden when the fast-food chain started putting beehives on their roofs to help support dwindling colonies. Now, the trend is starting to spread, with some restaurants even adding bee-friendly plants to their grass areas. Creative agency NORD DDB gets in on the action by building this miniature McDonald's replica, complete with a bee-sized fly-thru and teeny tiny arches.
Less than a year after the release of Ta13oo, Denzel Curry is dropping new music. The South Florida rapper has just announced he'll be releasing a new project next week. To coincide with the album announcement, he shared the visuals for the single "Speedboat." The action-heavy video brings Miami vice vibes with vintage-style footage full of explosions, helicopter chases, and of course, speedboats. ZUU will be released May 31, 2019.
The MA-1 silhouette got its start in the mid-1950s when it became the flight jacket of the U.S. Air Force, Navy pilots, and ground crews. The originals removed the fur collar of the B-15 which came before it due to interference with parachute harnesses. This bomber adds to the legendary jacket's history with poly-fill, orange lining, and a modern cut for a slim fit. Details include two lower flap pockets, two interior welt pockets, as well as a utility pocket on the sleeve and knit ribbing on the collar, cuffs, and waistband. The timeless look is finished with a signature red "Remove Before Flight" flag and is available in black or olive.
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50 years after the first manned mission to the moon, NASA is announcing its plan to go back — and this time for good. In partnership with several private firms, NASA details how it will send a new generation of astronauts to the moon and the new technologies that make it possible.
Banksy may have not been invited to the Venice Biennale art exhibit but the street artist has become the star of the show. A week after an unverified, Banksy-like mural of a migrant waving a rescue torch appeared on a canal wall, he set up a similar refugee-themed painting amongst the local street vendors. Titled "Venice in Oil," the multi-frame piece depicts a massive cruise ship sailing past the city as gondola boats float by. Banksy released this video to claim the artwork along with the message "Despite being the largest and most prestigious art event in the world, for some reason, I've never been invited."
High quality meets sleek design in the form of this knife from Tekto. The Rapid is a sliding knife that was made with the latest spring technology. The materials help the knife feel substantial in your hand, yet easy to carry on a daily basis. The stainless steel serrated blade measures just under 4 inches and the knife also includes a non-slip handle, hip clip, and glass window breaker. The versatile knife will deploy quickly when called upon and is a perfect addition to your everyday carry collection.
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Jennifer Kent's period piece strays from the horrors of her 2014 film The Babadook for a story of pure violence. Set in Tasmania in 1825, the film follows a woman seeking revenge after the murder of her husband and baby. Along the way, she enlists the help of an Aboriginal tracker to navigate her through the dense forest. Starring Aisling Franciosi and Baykali Ganambarr, The Nightingale will go to theaters August 2, 2019.
Jesse Eisenberg looks for comfort at a local dojo in Riley Stearns' upcoming dark comedy. After a brutal attack leaves him scarred and afraid, the new student enlists in karate lessons to defend help himself. Also starring Alessandro Nivola and Imogen Poots, the film is slated for release June 21, 2019.