Taking two Advil will never be the same after you watch this video. Shot with a Canon MP-E 65 and Canon 100mm L, a series of over-the-counter pills slowly get digested in this macro photography time-lapse. It's sort of like journeying to the unknown, with the unknown being your gut.
No one does anti-heroes like Quentin Tarantino, and if you need an entire team of them, Quentin is the man to call. Loose Crate Productions gives us a look at what might be if you put some of Tarantino's best characters together for one epic mission.
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"
When traveling between Italy, Norway, and Jamaica in the film No Time to Die, Daniel Craig's James Bond can be seen toting his belongings in a Globe-Trotter Check-In Trolley Case. Fit for a secret agent, the luggage comes in a classic combination of Ocean Green Vulcanised Fibreboard and black leather trim. An extendable wooden handle and four wheels make for easy maneuvering while interior straps on the lid and base keeps everything secure during transit. It's finished off with plaque engraved with the co-branded 007 logo and serial number.
Width: 20" / Height: 29" / Depth: 10.24" / Capacity: 78L
The 1973 film The Exorcist is getting a small screen reboot on Fox. Two priests attempt to rid a family of demonic possession and come to doubt their own faith in the process.
Makeup artist Kiki G. has a new tutorial and it has nothing to do with smokey eyes or bronzers. Using the power of contouring, she paints the rugged good looks of Ron Swanson onto her own face. The resemblance is so uncanny, it has us craving bacon-wrapped shrimp and a scotch.
Cameras, smart locks, entry and motion sensors — the SimpliSafe Home Security System keeps you covered from the inside out. Its collection of devices doesn't just alert you of an intruder, they also have 24/7 Professional Monitoring that contacts the police. They provide eyewitness accounts including the invader's whereabouts, if they're armed, and what they're up to, so the police can dispatch faster than a non-verified alarm. But their security isn't only about intruders. The system can also protect your home from other threats like fires, carbon monoxide, and water damage
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
Presented by SimpliSafe.
Presented by SimpliSafe.
Based on the design of a cockpit's control panels, this automatic timepiece helps announce the return of Ollech & Wajs. The Swiss watchmaker has been in operation since the '50s and was a key supplier of watches to the US military during the Vietnam War. The P-104 S draws from that rich history, pulling design details from the Lockheed F-104 Starfighter and a dial with a retro vibe. The timepiece is equipped with a circular slide rule that determines speed, distance, range, and other data. The watch dial is loaded with Super-LumiNova indexes coated in orange for increased visibility, along with an orange and black checkered minute hand and a date window at 6 o'clock. It's powered by ETA 2824-2 Swiss automatic movement and features an impressive for a pilot's watch 300m of water-resistance. The P-104 is finished with a stainless steel rice bead bracelet, as well as a NATO strap woven in the Sherwood forest in a small Welsh workshop.
Case Diameter: 39.56mm / Glass: Anti-reflective, Scratch-resistant Sapphire / Movement: ETA 2824-2 Swiss Automatic / Water Resistance: 300m
One person on the street. 3-on-3 at a derelict playground. Under the lights in front of thousands of screaming fans — there are more ways to play and love basketball than any other sport. Pascal Heiduk declares his love for the game with this beautiful short film.
Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman reunite for a not-so-heartwarming holiday film. Unlike her Horrible Bosses character, Aniston is a Scrooge-like CEO trying to nix the office Christmas party. But when T.J. Miller, Kate McKinnon, Vanessa Bayer, and Olivia Munn are your co-workers, the Rite-Aid baby-making rages on. Directed by Josh Gordon & Will Speck, the film is due out just in time to put your own office shindig to shame December 9, 2016.