Uber-nerds show off their iPad-powered beer keg.
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.
Designed for performance and longevity, Patricks M3 was made with the thickest hair types in mind. The strong hold can stand up to the most active lifestyles and even features sweat resistant and water resistant technology so you can take a dip and still form the look you want afterwards. M3 also includes the brand's revolutionary technology that combats hair-loss, stimulates growth and a scalp health, and adds a subtle Labdanum Patchouli scent to ensure you smell as good as you look.
The only thing worse than carrying a janitorial mess of keys is not being able to find them. The KeySmart Pro with Tile solves both problems. It holds up to 10 keys in two groups, tucked sleekly away until you need them. An integrated Tile Bluetooth tracker lets you locate your keys up to 100 feet away via an iPhone/Android app. You can also play a tone if they're not visible, and it works the the other way around too — the KeySmart Pro can ring your phone if you've misplaced it. Also included is a bottle opener, a loop for attaching a car remote, and an integrated LED flashlight. The USB-rechargeable battery will last a maximum of two to three months.
Since 1975, BMW has been working with famous artists like Calder, Stella, Lichtenstein, Warhol and Koons to turn race cars into works of art.
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?
Fresh off the success of The Rolling Stones #1 hit "Paint It Black", Mick Jagger purchased a brand new Aston Martin DB6. Only a couple months later while driving in West London on Great Titchfield Street, Jagger and his DB6 had an unfortunate encounter with a Kraft Foods vehicle. This photograph captures a frustrated Jagger glaring towards the camera while a policeman takes notes and a group of young girls survey the scene. 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 / 16" x 20"
Large / 20" x 24"
Although its colored enamel exterior looks familiar, Staub's Cast Iron Cocotte is in a league of its own. The 5.5-quart French oven delivers exceptionally tender and flavorful dishes with its self-basting system. On the lid, tiny spikes continuously circulate moisture during the cooking process for perfectly executed meats and vegetables, while its matte black enameled interior produces superior sears and quality heat retention for even cooking. On the exterior, its three-coat Majolique finish gives produces an elegant look that transitions into serveware. Ideal for everything from slow-cooking and baking to roasting and frying, this versatile piece of cookware is essential for every kitchen.
Length: 12.87" / Width: 10.24" / Height: 6.57 / Capacity: 5.5 quarts
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.