WheelLife's Industrial Tiny Home can be towed legally by just about any normal truck, spanning a seemingly spacious 338-square-feet. Featuring a sloped, sleek roofline rises to 14 feet high just above the living room in the front of the home, offering plenty of space to move around, without hitting your head or sacrificing storage space. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Dom is six-years-old, has a wild imagination, and loves doodling. All of his masterpieces are shared on Instagram, but not before his father / artist transforms them into bizarre real-life objects using Photoshop, like the strange car above. Other examples include: a shark, lion, lemur, cruise ship, and even a dinosaur. Let's just say that any child would be terrified at seeing some of them firsthand. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Simply put, a fractal is a natural phenomenon or a mathematical set that exhibits a repeating pattern that displays at every scale. Approximate fractals found in nature display self-similarity over extended, but finite, scale ranges. The connection between fractals and leaves, for instance, is currently being used to determine how much carbon is contained in trees. These flowers above fall under this category, and are oddly satisfying to look at. Continue reading for more creative examples. Click here for a few bonus images.
With all the new camera gear being released, it's easy to get lost in trying to keep up with the latest and greatest, rather than focusing on improving your techniques. Photographer Skyler Adams fell into that trap and decided to get back to her roots by purchasing a Canon Sure Shot camera and an expired roll of Fujifilm Superia 400 film for $1. "I wanted to challenge my gear acquisition syndrome, so I decided to shoot with a $1 camera for a month," said Adams. Continue reading to see a few more of the photographs she captured.
Using what is known as a "conformable vinyl wrapping" material, a high-quality print or protective clear wrap can be molded to almost any and every part of a vehicle. This Volkswagen Beetle owner decided to put a Steampunk touch on their vehicle, or at least a partial design, and with a few touches of rust for added effect. Continue reading for more geeky car mods you might not have seen. Click here to view a few bonus images.
LEGO sets are nothing new, but sometimes, you're left with a bunch of a extra pieces. Before throwing them out, or selling the lot, consider turning at least a few of the pieces into functional key holders. All you'll need is: a base plate, selection of bricks / plates, adhesive putty or pads, a spirit level, and keys on a keyring or chain. Continue reading for more creative ways to use everyday things. Click here for a few bonus life hacks.
Situated near Lidzbark Warminski in Poland, this glowing blue bicycle path is illuminated by phosphor, a synthetic material that lights up after being charged by sunlight. That's right, it can emit light for 10-hours after it collects the energy that enables it to glow at night. While the luminophore particles in the bike lane material can emit a variety of colors, the designers chose blue since it seamlessly blended in with the surrounding landscape. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Richard Clarkson's "Making Weather" may look like a sculpture, or prop, but it's actually a floating cloud that not only levitates over a magnetic base, but it is also a fully-functional Bluetooth speaker and light source. Once turned on, the device rotates and bobbles above just like a real cloud. Unfortunately, this is just a prototype, so there's no word yet on if this will eventually hit stores. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how they make the sound effects for Mortal Kombat X.
VanMoof knows the horrors of shipping large fragile items, so they decided to the best way to prevent their new electric bicycles from damage was to print a flatscreen TV image in the box. "No matter who was doing the shipping, too many of our bikes arrived looking like they'd been through a metal-munching combine harvester. It was getting expensive for us, and bloody annoying for our customers. Earlier this year our co-founder Ties had a flash of genius. Our boxes are about the same size as a (really really reaaaally massive) flatscreen television. Flatscreen televisions always arrive in perfect condition. What if we just printed a flatscreen television on the side of our boxes?," said creative director Bex Rad. Continue reading for two videos of the bike you get inside these boxes, and more information.
Photographer and mother of two twins Ayumi Omori transforms nap time photos into dreamworld scenes that only make use of things laying around the house. The Ghostbusters-inspired image above only required towels and mini vacuum cleaner. Other examples include: rock party DJs, street fighters, boxers, and lots more. Continue reading for a video and more pictures.