This sobering short film visualizes the civilian and military dead of World War II.
The Opinel No. 8 has been a utilitarian legend for more than a century. This updated version of the iconic folding pocket knife adds a black matte finish to the Viroblock locking ring and the Sandvik steel blade that makes it more resistant than a classic blade. Each knife is made at the Opinel plant in Savoie, France and is finished with a French oak handle that pairs perfectly with the dark matte steel.
Length: 3.35" (closed), 7.5" (open) / Blade Length: 3.25" / Weight: 1.6 oz.
Quality footwear is synonymous with the Vans brand. And their revolutionary UltraRange design takes those values to the outdoor adventure seeker. Each pair is armed with a co-molded UltraCush midsole, updated Rapidweld detailing, a lightweight, die-cut rubber outsole with a reverse lug waffle pattern, and a breathable, "Old Skool" inspired upper. The breathable upper keeps feet cool, while molded heel support ensures a steady grip on uneven terrain. The EXO even has a revamped rubber toe and forefoot shape to provide an optimal fit without sacrificing Vans design DNA — making this a truly evolved edition of the UltraRange.
Presented by Vans
Presented by Vans
Here's two short looks at what's to come in the upcoming season of True Detective.
Cookie Monster's favorite treats turn on him in Sesame Street's Jurassic Park parody.
One of the greatest heavyweights to ever enter the ring has a soft spot for pigeons. Mike Tyson was bullied growing up and would often retreat to Catskill, New York rooftops to spend time with Tumbler pigeons. This photo captures a young Tyson with one of his feathered friends in 1985, the same year he began his professional boxing career. 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 / 20" x 16"
Large / 24" x 20"
When Polaroid quit making film, Impossible decided to start. They made their own camera, too. Capable of shooting with either Polaroid 600 or I-Type film, the I-1 has a more modern look than the company's Polaroid-branded models, with a matte black body, flip-up viewfinder, and built-in, portrait-friendly ring flash. A companion app gives you access to an optional manual mode, with creative control over settings like aperture, shutter speed, and flash, as well as pre-sets for effects like light painting and double exposures.
Ships with a triple back of I-Type film, with 16 color and 8 B&W shots.
Autofocus: 5 zones with reflective IR ranging / Flash: 12 LED ring / Lens: 6-lens array with five configurations / Battery: 500 mAh rechargeable lithium ion / Focal length: 82-109 mm / Wireless: Bluetooth