The POTUS gets in on the Daft Punk madness with his own version of "Get Lucky."
Here's the top 10 movie moments that left your brain questioning what your eyes just saw.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, graphic designer Scott Reinhard combines vintage maps with elevation data to create stunning pieces of art. Reinhard uses a chromogenic process to create each print, which takes traditional color photography development and integrates 3-dimensional data with paper maps for a result that is so visually appealing, you'll be tempted to reach out and feel what looks like 3D texture. The process brings the maps to life, creating a 2D print that is vibrant and detailed giving you a unique work of art that blends history and modern technology. In addition to the topographic maps, Reinhard creates compelling digitally rendered maps and has even adopted his technique to the surface of the moon.
Featuring an elevated bottom cut, the Cuts Crew Curve-Hem Shirt is an everyday essential for the modern man. Its rounded edge was designed with functionality in mind, eliminating bunching around the waist for a clean, tailored fit. The buttery soft texture is the result of a custom-engineered, tri-blend PYCA fabric and each shirt comes pre-shrunk so it's good to go for immediate wear. Keep it simple or layer it up, the Crew Curve-Hem has no limits.
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Tightrope madman Nik Wallenda took his high-wire act to new heights as he walked 1500 feet above the Little Colorado River without the use of any safety gear. After about 23 minutes of managing a slippery wire and sudden wind gusts, Wallenda made it safely to the other side of the canyon where he kissed the ground and his wife. Here's a look at those agonizing final steps.
After eating, sleeping, and going to work, you only have 2,740 days out of 28,835 left to spend as you wish. If that depressing fact doesn't make you want to bury your head in 15 years worth of jelly beans we don't know what will.
With a one-click-removable smart charger that's cabin-approved for all airlines, the M5 will keep your devices charged no matter how many flight delays you encounter. Constructed with aerospace-grade polycarbonate, the M5 is a go-anywhere, do-anything travel bag. The tough exterior reacts to its contents, absorbing external pressure and then springing back into shape when the pressure is relieved. The M5 rolls on high-end Japanese 360° spinner wheels and is finished with an easy-to-access front pocket with a padded laptop sleeve that's crafted with ultra-durable, waterproof nylon and Italian Vacchetta leather that will develop a unique patina over time as a testament to your travel history.
Width: 15.7" / Height: 21.6" / Depth: 7.88" / 7.7 lbs / Capacity: 33L
Created in Solingen, Germany, using a single piece of stainless steel, this chef's knife is ready to be the most important tool in your kitchen. Taking visual cues from the world of traditional metal tools, Veark makes each knife using a drop forging process that leaves the CK01 with a unique pattern on the handle, so no two are alike — while the ergonomic open handle design allows you to hold the knife right at the balance point for an ideal grip. It also has an impressive 58 Rockwell hardness — allowing it to be sharper than most of its competitors, so it's equipped to handle just about any kitchen task you throw its way.
Blade Length: 7.9" / Overall Length: 12.6" / Weight: 7 oz.
Faster than a speeding bullet, The SoundWorks Collection flies into the Man of Steel studio to to get the inside scoop behind the kryptonic sounds of Zack Snyder's Superman reboot from re-recording mixers Chris Jenkins and Frank A. Montaño, supervising sound editors Eric Norris and Scott Hecker, and dialogue supervisor Kira Roessler.