An easy kayak cruise turned into an epic adventure when a man found his way inside an abandoned ship. The spooking interior looks like it's been completely gutted or at least rotted away, and the sound of water dripping and lapping of the steel inside is almost creepy.
LAIKA Studios specializes in traditional stop-motion animation — but combines that with modern CGI effects and technology like 3D printing. A packed roster of talented artists seamlessly combines traditional techniques and modern movie making processes to create an experience unlike any other. Watch the people behind LAIKA describe the creative and practical process behind their work in this short.
Even the most impossible person on your list can't refuse better health. Just for the holidays, you can get Elysium Basis in a two-bottle set. It's made from a mix of nicotinamide riboside and pterostilbene, proven in a peer-reviewed journal to raise levels of NAD+ — a coenzyme essential to the health of your cells, which aids in numerous other biological processes. The package includes a 60-day supply, offering an introduction to the benefits of the supplement without any long-term commitments.
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You know what you want from a towel, but they rarely deliver. The Onsen Bath Towels, however, check all the boxes that matter. Each one is lightweight, yet is made from cotton that is twice as strong as the regular stuff. Onsen uses extra-long staple Supima cotton, which is grown in America and among the finest in the world. The key to this obsessively designed towel isn't what they added, but rather what they eliminated. Most towels go through a chemical bathing process so that they feel soft and fluffy. Not Onsen. Instead of short-lived softness that washes away, Onsen relies on premium natural materials and an old school softening process normally reserved for high-end apparel. Why does this matter? Because this is a towel that actually gets softer over time, the opposite of any towel we've ever seen.
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The Shins latest video from their 2017 album Heatworms is a stop-motion affair — but not like any stop-motion you've ever seen. Made by LAMAR+NIK, the entire video was filmed on a white backdrop. Then, over 5,000 stickers were cut from almost 5,000 frames to create the animation.