After nearly 20 years, River Phoenix's last film is finally getting a world premiere. In 1993 production for the film was halted, just ten days before the end of shooting, after the sudden death of the film's lead actor. Now, Dark Blood director George Sluizer has started a CineCrowd site to help with funding for the final edits before the film's viewing at the Dutch Film Festival in September.
Electro master Brett Domino took full advantage of the days Google Doodle tribute to Bob Moog — a fully playable synthesizer — with his cover of Daft Punk's "Aerodynamic."
Creators of boots with unmatched comfort and protection from the elements since 1870, Blundstone turns up their legendary 550 series to the max with these boots. The Super 550 has everything you love about the originals, including the classic Chelsea silhouette, an SPS max comfort system for shock absorption, and a cushioned midsole for added comfort. The upgrades come in the form of leather lining, and XRD tech in the heel strike zone added to the removable footbed for an extra level of shock absorption and comfort. Available in a variety of colorways, each pair has an iconic, rugged look that feel right at home wherever you wear them.
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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.
After jumping 2,400 feet from a helicopter in nothing but a wing suit, stuntman Gary Connery flew towards a runway covered by over 18,000 cardboard boxes in Oxfordshire, England. His successful, injury-free landing made him the first skydiver ever to land without a parachute.