For the BBC4 series Everything and Nothing, they put 7 grams of black powder into 1 ton of water for a series of slow-mo explosions that would set even Michael Bay's heart aflutter.
A stunning video of our solar system's second largest planet, composed entirely of still photographs, no CGI or 3D models here, taken by the Cassini-Huygens Mission. Upon completion, Saturn will be seen up close and personal at limited IMAX theaters.
Each Hamilton Khaki Field timepiece incorporates the spirit of the original military professional watches. Functional timepieces like this one saw plenty of combat through the years — from the Allies during WW2 to soldiers in Vietnam. Hamilton continues to build on that rich history with this Khaki Field watch, built with a tough stainless steel case, three hand display, and a dark dial with numerals and indexes that feature old radium color Super-LumiNova. A faithful recreation of the 1960s legend, it's powered by mechanical H-50 movement and is available in black with a durable grey NATO strap or a unique 'Earth' colored PVD case coating with a green strap.
Diameter: 38mm / Lug width: 20mm / Depth rating: 50 meters / Movement: H-50 mechanical movement / Power Reserve: 80 Hours
A US Navy Peacoat is an iconic garment that dates back hundreds of years. Rogue Territory took that timeless design and made it their own starting with 13.5oz dark indigo x black weft Japanese denim. They then added raglan sleeves and streamlined hand warmer style welt pockets. Handmade in Los Angeles, it also includes camo printed sateen pocket lining and Urea buttons that were made in Japan.
Sizing: Relaxed fit and designed to fit comfortably with room to layer underneath. Take your normal size or size down if you don't plan to layer.
Care: Indigo will bleed initially, avoid light-colored surfaces. Wash by hand or soak in cold water, hang dry only.
A quick look at the placebo effect and how our minds create the medicine, better explaining how Charlie Sheen really did cure himself with his mind.
Part one of a two part series highlighting the interesting process of how film was made as part of Kodak's 1958 documentary.
Keeping your wallet, keys, phone, and other essentials organized can be a chore. This EDC Tray makes it simple while looking great. It's machined from a solid piece of aluminum and has four sections of various sizes to hold everything from AirPods to jewelry. Cable management openings allow for convenient charging of gadgets, slots in the rear work as tablet/phone stands, and a circular indention holds a pen or stylus upright and ready to use. Anti-slip rubber footing keeps it in place while protecting your furniture, and included DTEX pads provide added protection for your belongings. Made in the USA.
Width: 11" / Depth: 8.4" / Height: 0.75" / Weight: 2 lbs.
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.
Using a mere 120,000 numbers, Swedish professor Hans Rosling tells the story of the world in 200 countries, over 200 years, in just four minutes.