Complete with sink, fridge, and beans and toast, 215,158 bricks were used to create this Guinness-certified LEGO Caravan.
Lumi co-founders travel to 1983 to blow the mind of host Gary Fabert with tech from the future.
Living an active lifestyle doesn't have to mean protecting your iPhone with an unsightly, thick case. Nomad's Active Rugged option uses a DuPont polycarbonate frame, rubber TPE bumper, and microfiber lining to swaddle and protect your device. Its back, meanwhile, is covered in naturally-tanned water-resistant leather from Heinen in Germany. It's both more sophisticated than most plastic options and more resistant to scratches and scuffs than typical leather. The case is fully Qi-compatible for wireless charging, has a thick bumper to protect against drops up to 6 feet, and has reinforced speaker ports that double as lanyard attachment points.
Height Above Screen: 0.75mm / Back Plate Thickness: 2.75mm / Bumper Thickness: 1.85mm
Part rugged and part refined, The Motley has bottled up the adventurous spirit of Indiana Jones for their best-selling scent. Its notes of Atlas cedar and oakmoss make it woody and masculine, while warm clove and black pepper give it a subtle spiciness. Each bottle is compounded and hand-poured in small batches at their Los Angeles facility. Pick it up here and get $20 off with the code UNCRATE.
Presented by The Motley.
Presented by The Motley.
It's that time of year again. Find out why your latte tastes like pumpkins and spice.
An upcoming documentary about the most terrifying childrens' books ever: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
Death Valley was named during the 1849 California Gold Rush when 13 prospectors perished trying to cross on their way to the gold fields. Later, in 1913, a temperature of 134 °F was recorded in Death Valley, the highest ambient air temperature ever on the surface of the earth. This Army Map Services topographic map dates back to 1954, laying out the federally protected region 50 years before it was redesignated as a National Park and expanded in 1994. Printed on Lustre photographic paper, each high-quality chromogenic print uses traditional color photography development that combines 3-dimensional data with paper maps for a vibrant, textured 2D image that pops off the page.
Size: 23.674" x 18" / Unframed
It's hard to follow the weather when you're busy chasing villains around the globe. In No Time To Die, the Supply Jacket from Rogue Territory keeps Daniel Craig as James Bond ready for most any conditions. It's made from 10oz American waxed canvas that's water-repellent yet not too heavy, with patch handwarmer pockets for chilly days. Details include branded nickel buttons, an interior right chest pocket, exterior welt left chest pocket, and a field tan color that will darken and patina over time. 007 can be seen sporting the jacket as he opens a garage in the first trailer, before revealing the timeless DB5. As with all waxed cottons jackets, it may need a re-waxing a few years down the road to maintain being water repellent. Handmade in Los Angeles, CA.
Sizing: True to size, sizing up if in doubt.
Care: Never wash or dry clean. Spot clean sparingly. Re-wax after 2 to 3 years.
CollegeHumor envisions Marty and Doc traveling to today's 2015, instead of the futuristic dreamland Bob Gale created.