Taken from the amazing BBC special James May on the Moon, in which James May from Top Gear is flown up 13 miles to the edge of space on a U-2 Spy Plane.
Since 1975, BMW has been working with famous artists like Calder, Stella, Lichtenstein, Warhol and Koons to turn race cars into works of art.
More formal than their original yellow boot, although still casual enough for everyday wear, the Timberland Kendrick Boot is versatile enough to fit in anywhere. An upper crafted from premium full-grain leather paired with recycled rubber lug outsoles form a stylish silhouette, while an OrthoLite insole provides comfort for all-day wear. The lace-up front offers the look of a classic trench boot, but a convenient side-zip allows for a swift getaway.
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The invention of the towel is deeply rooted in Turkish culture. That's why Parachute's use of superior 100% long-staple Turkish cotton from the Aegean region is significant. The Sheet features a ribbed dobby design and provides more than 66% more coverage than their Towel. And it's all connected using Parachute's Aerocotton Technology — a process where fibers are spun, so air passes through the cotton to create extra long yarns. The result is an exceptionally fluffy and absorbent Bath Sheet that you'll look forward to using.
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Time lapse of a Virgin 747 plane getting a complete makeover. What's wrong with the all-silver Airstream look at the beginning of the process?
The Porsche 918 Spyder made its driving debut on a closed road in Monterey, California last week. You know how you always say something like, "Man, I would kill for that car." Well, we would kill for this car. And dismember the body. And dispose of the pieces in separate states. While listening to Justin Bieber. On repeat.