The fastest way around a race track isn't the shortest. A proper racing line is all about momentum and carrying it into the straights for maximum speed. Chain Bear F1 has this great explainer on racing lines and why they have little to do with geometry.
Stay dry. That's the best advice for the survivors in The Rain, a Danish project coming to Netflix. A virus carried by the rain has wiped out nearly all of Scandinavia, and the few people left must band together to survive. The series debuts May 4, 2018.
Sporting a look that is almost as iconic as his music, Bob Dylan is the subject of this limited print. The framed print finds the then 25-year-old Dylan walking past a shop window in London during the final stops on his 1966 world tour. The London gig would not only be the last on the tour but is also the last major tour Dylan would embark on until 1974. 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 James Bond needed a pair of boots for the rugged conditions in the Austrian Alps during Spectre, 007 turned to the legendary Danner Mountain Light II. Made in Danner's Portland factory, in a special black-on-black colorway, the Mounting Light II is a classic hiking boot with unmatched quality, durability, and support. The full-grain, one-piece leather upper offers a spy-worthy look, while the Gore-Tex lining provides waterproof protection. Danner's famous stitchdown construction creates a wider platform for stability, and the lace-to-toe system ensures a lockdown fit. It's finished with a chunky Vibram Kletterlift outsole that offers comfort, superb shock absorption, and great traction on both wet and dry surfaces — no matter if you're heading up a snow-covered crest or find yourself chasing down villains in an unexpected plane/car chase.
Weight: 3.875 lbs. per pair / Height: 5.0" / Footbed: Danner Airthotic / Shank: Fiberglass / Recraftable
New York City has an illustrious history of chess, and Imad Khachan is the proprietor of Chess Forum, the last chess shop in town. An immigrant with no family, Imad is "the father of everyone," in his own words. This intimate look inside Chess Forum shows the importance of community in a world where face-to-face gatherings are becoming far too infrequent.
There are a lot of rumors and half-truths surrounding space and what it's really like to be out there. Chris Hadfield was the first Canadian to walk in space and has been there three times, making him a bit of an expert on the subject. Chris refutes some of the biggest myths surrounding living above the atmosphere and even confirms a few in this question-and-answer session with WIRED.
To honor the history of NASA, Alpha Industries is releasing this crisp, white t-shirt. The shirt features the iconic NASA logo on the front and a tribute that honors the 100th space shuttle mission on the back. The 100th mission took place in 2000 when the space shuttle Discovery and STS-92 launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Shirts fit true to size and also have an American flag print on the sleeve.
Hand made from reclaimed steel, this trash can melds industrial design with minimalist charm. The step can is brand new, but sports a vintage look, complete with a handle on top that brings to mind steel trash cans from the '70s and '80s and a caution reminder on the front to "be careful not to get your fingers or hands caught." The cans are made individually, meaning each will have subtle differences and blemishes that only add to the uniqueness and appeal.
Height: 20" / Width: 13" / Depth: 13"
Director Edgar Wright has been making some of the sharpest comedy films for over 15 years. With 2004's Shaun of the Dead up to Scott Pilgrim Saves the World, Wright has made the snap-zoom, whip-pan, sight gags, and match cut a part of his directorial vocabulary. TIFF takes a look at what makes an Edgar Wright film an Edgar Wright film in this supercut.
The season two premiere of Westworld introduced a new host to the show's world — the drone host. Their faceless, skinless design is exceedingly creepy, which is exactly what the creators were going for. Take a look behind the scenes at how the drone hosts were created, and how the actors inside the suits brought them to artificial life.