Got a cake mix and several thousand years of digestion? Then Jennifer Landa has a dessert for your Star Wars-loving sweet tooth.
Armed with a iPod Touch and a camera, Jimmy Kimmel sets off to make fools out of the people of Los Angeles.
Designed and handcrafted in England, the Centenary line of iconic luggage was launched in 1997 to celebrate Globe-Trotter's 100th anniversary. Made with a vulcanized fiberboard body and Globe-Trotter's famous handmade leather corners, straps, and handles. The brand uses the same manufacturing methods they've used for decades, including the leather trimmings that are crafted by hand from fine British hide on original antique sewing machines. This extra deep case provides plenty of space for longer trips and is finished with a set of external wheels and a turn-lock with a complete set of keys.
Height: 18.9" / Width: 31.9" / Depth: 9.5"
With his brain fully intact, Vsauce explains the possibility of a real no-brainer.
M83 add a fourth single to their Hurry Up, We're Dreaming album with this whimsical, fan-directed video.
Traditional playing cards are like the interior of a 1980s casino: gaudy and over-the-top. These Areaware Minim Playing Cards are the complete opposite. Designed by Joe Doucet, they strip away everything but the absolutely essential, replacing the heart, club, diamond, and spade graphics with geometric symbols, and the backside graphics with minimal diagonal lines. Perfect for making your weekly poker night a little more refined, they're made from durable PVC with a paper box.
Width: 2.5" / Height: 3.5" / Depth: 0.75"
No one likes dealing with change, especially while traveling in countries where coin currency can be as common as paper. At least Hard Graft's Coin Wallet has a place to put them. Made in Italy from top-grain, vegetable-tanned leather, it has three card easy-access card slots, a hidden slot, a cash compartment, and the aforementioned snap-closure coin pocket. It's finished with "x" stitching on the front, microsuede lining, and the company's signature, discreet red and white fabric tab.
Width: 3.9" / Height: 3.5"
Spend a night and day in New York at simultaneously. Filmmaker Philip Stockton shot scenes around the city at different times and then combined them back into a single sequences using rotoscoping techniques, giving the day/night effect.