All those toys you lost when you were a kid ended up at the Museum of Play in Rochester, New York. Part of the Strong Museum, the Museum of Play has over 500,000 toys spanning the history of American kids. If you can't find it here, it probably didn't exist.
Summer is over, fall is almost here, and that means school is back in session. And if you're going to go to school, you're going to need a proper sandwich in your lunch bag. Babish has the perfect recipe: Rodney Dangerfield's ridiculous monstrosity from the 1986's Back to School.
Sporting a look that is almost as iconic as his music, Bob Dylan is the subject of this limited print. The framed print finds the then 25-year-old Dylan walking past a shop window in London during the final stops on his 1966 world tour. The London gig would not only be the last on the tour but is also the last major tour Dylan would embark on until 1974. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black or white frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 20" x 16"
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Originally designed for military personnel, the TR1 is the original tactical respirator. The sleek, compact, breathable mask features a metal snap to hold it in place securely, as well as a medical-grade silicone seal that fits securely without leaving marks or messing with facial hair. It's even compatible with glasses and headgear thanks to the adjustable earloop strap. Each TR1 comes with three electrostatic filters with a 98.6% effectiveness rating and a modular carry pouch and is in stock and ready to ship right now.
Presented by Project Black
Presented by Project Black
Nothing says summer like waterslides. Nothing says adventure quite like BASE jumping. Now put the two together. Stuntman Marshall Milller and a few friends filmed their exploits in the Utah desert for some late-summer fun.
A killer is decapitating his victims and leaving a strange calling card at the scene of the crimes — snowmen. Investigator Harry Hole discovers the link between the murders and begins a cat-and-mouse hunt for the person responsible. Based on the Harry Hole novels by Norwegian author Jo Nesbø, The Snowman stars Rebecca Ferguson, Michael Fassbender, Val Kilmer, and comes to theaters October 20, 2017.
Leatherman continues to upgrade one of the most trustworthy multi-tools in the world. The Wave Plus features 18 different tools, most of which are utilitarian classics, but adds replaceable, durable wire cutters to the collection. Additionally, the tool features needlenose pliers, regular pliers, an electrical crimper, wire stripper, a regular and a serrated knife, a saw, and spring-action scissors. A small and large bit driver is also included, along with an 8-inch ruler, bottle and can openers, diamond-coated and wood/metal files, and a small and large bit driver. Every feature can be opened with one hand and quite a few of the tools are outside-accessible so you can use them when the multi-tool is folded and closed. The Wave Plus is available in all black with a black nylon Molle carrying sheath so it's ready at a moment's notice.
Length: 4.4" / Weight: 8.5 oz.
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While it looks like a sleek, full-length mirror, beyond the reflective surface is a complete personal strength studio. Created by Swiss Designer Yves Béhar and entrepreneur Trent Ward, the FORME Life comes in two modes — a Screen-Only Studio and a Full Studio with resistance pulleys that fold away from sight when not in use. Both versions feature a diverse library of body and mind exercises to suit every individual training style and need. To ensure you get the most out of every workout, machine learning and AI technology track your progress and adjust the intensity or increase weights as your fitness levels improve, while stereoscopic two-way cameras and human-centric computer vision keep your form and technique in check. The device is expected to ship this fall and you can secure your place in line with a pre-order in the meantime.
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Presented by FORME.
When George Romero's Night of the Living Dead launched the zombie revolution, one important thing was missing: The copyright information on the film's title card. Under then-current law, the film entered into the public domain and was free for anyone use or directly lift — and that's how zombies became a billion-dollar industry. Unlike Universal with their lockdown on monsters like Frankenstein, anyone can make a zombie flick — making the genre one of the most popular choices for aspiring filmmakers worldwide.
Winter is coming. If fact, it's already here, and the color palette of Game of Thrones has changed with the seasons. Vox broke down the colors of every episode of every season and analyzed them to see how the change — and just like winter, the show is getting darker all the time.