Don't sit in the back. The folks at Head Squeeze break down the science of conflicting sensory signals that lead to getting car sick - or air sick or sea sick. And if you can't sit in the front, have some ginger to settle your stomach.
In 1927, Claude Friese-Greene travelled across the UK with his new-fangled color film camera. He ended the trip by filming in London. Simon Smith has recreated Claude's London shots by following in his exact footsteps with modern equipment, and edited the two sequences together side-by-side, giving us a glimpse of how little (or how much) London has changed over the last 80 years.
Crafted in New Zealand from powder-coated black aluminum, this Studio Roller is a smart addition to your office, home, or place of business. The wall-mounted roller dispenses the included kraft paper that is held in place with a separate bar, giving you a canvas to brainstorm ideas, make a shopping list, or write out the menu at your cafe or restaurant. Paper is included with your purchase, and when it runs out the brackets are designed to fit universal kraft rolls tup to 8.6" in diameter. Screws and instructions for simple installation are also included.
Roll: 24" / Bracket: 24.6" / Includes One Roll Of Paper
Denmark-based Frama is using their honest approach to keep hands clean. Their Apothecary Hand Wash features a formula created by ylang ylang, sandalwood, and cedarwood to naturally cleanse the skin while leaving it soft and hydrated. Infused with the brand's signature scent, the soap gives off a fresh aroma that organically pairs with the Frama Apothecary Hand Lotion.
12.6 fl oz.
Practically everyone has seen some slo-mo footage of a giant bird swooping down to the water to catch a fishy snack. The tables are turned in this short video of a tiger fish snatching a swallow right out of the air.
If you ever have to travel through the Orion Arm of the Milky Way Galaxy, the Interstellar Safety Council wants you to have the facts on human beings. Just in case you have interact with them. That said, you're probably better off avoiding them entirely.
The rock scene in New York during the 1970s was legendary. Artists like Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, and The Ramones were just a few of the musicians who rose to fame in small clubs like CBGB's during the transformational decade. David Bowie was in a transcendent season as well and is captured in this photograph while attending a Patti Smith Group show at CBGB's in 1976. 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"
The Gel-Lyte III silhouette is an Asics legend that was first introduced in 1990. The sneaker remains relevant on its 30th anniversary thanks in part to advanced materials and technologies while keeping what made it famous firmly intact. The upper construction is reimagined with primarily no-sew overlays and an asymmetrical lacing system to reduce forefoot irritation. The Gel-Lyte XXX also adds Flytefoam technology in the midsole for added cushioning, and a pronounced heel counter that takes the heritage of the shoe to the next level.
Since the invention of flour, man has been racing to perfect the highest expression of culinary delight — the cookie. Okay, maybe not. But Ben Krasnow has invented a computer-controlled machine that attempts to do just that — create the perfect cookie.