Unless your tech support representative is a motivational speaker and / or life coach on the side, complaining to them about your husband probably isn't the best idea. However, this person lucked out by describing her husband using geeky terms, such as Boyfriend 5.0 and Husband 1.0. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why cattle love music as much as humans do.
Did you know that cats were domesticated for their appetite for mice and rats in the early days? However, the average pet owner today is content with having them laze around the house to keep them company, but they still do possesses a fierce hunting instinct. With that said, some furniture designers have gone the extra mile to design pieces just for them. Continue reading to see them all.
Despite not knowing how to use a phone at all, this toddler just wants to be like his father, so he picked one up anyways to mess around with. Sometimes, they just don't know any better, but other times, boredom gets the best of them, and they're willing to mimic others in hopes of entertaining themselves. Whether it be duck lips, yoga poses or even shaving, you'll find it here. Continue reading to see them all.
Reddit has a sub-reddit where people are able to submit crazy ideas that could possibly be borderline genius, such as a notification that pops up if you're the first person ever to Google something. Or, a documentary following internet trolls to see how they are in real-life. Last, but not least, an app, like Shazam, that can record car noises and diagnose the problem. Continue reading for more.
Wouldn't it be great if your workplace had actual sleeping cells for employees to rest on their break(s) should they desire? These honeycomb sleeping cells by Belgian designers B-AND-BEE definitely fit the bill. Each one boasts a king-size bed, privacy shade, and even artwork. Due to its modular design, you're able to stack these up as high as needed, securely. Continue reading for more.
Star Wars fans know Ewoks as a race of small, mammaloid bipeds that are hunter-gatherers resembling teddy-bears that inhabit the forest moon of Endor and live in various arboreal huts and other simple dwellings. Michael Garnier decided to create a whole Ewok-inspired treehouse resort in Oregon. He claims to have the tallest treehouse in the world, as his Treezebo stands 37 feet, or 6 stories, above the ground. Continue reading for more.
Most art installations aren't the most interesting, these urban creations just might be the exception, starting with this awesome 3D Mario chalk art creation by Denver-based artist Chris Carlson and photographer Mike Larremore. As you can see from the timelapse video, Carlson draws Mario mid-leap atop an old school game controller; the head appears around 30-seconds, and the body is in place in a mere 48-seconds. Continue reading for more.
Before throwing out aluminum cans, check out what Japanese artist Makaon managed to do with them. He transforms used aluminum cans into featuring characters from popular culture, including Super Mario Brothers, Batman, Pikachu, and even Buzz Lightyear. To make them, Makaon takes small pieces of the aluminum and bends it to form the shapes that he wants. Each sculpture usually consists of two or three different brands of drinks depending on their color. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Sam Smith isn't your typical 12-year-old, as he spends most of his day making mobile games. Spacepants is the first release from his Boxface Games home studio, and boasts tough endless runner-style gameplay set in a single room, "which sees you avoiding lasers, space caterpillars, and other nasties for as long as you can while constantly moving." He's been making games for about a year now, mainly using GameMaker: Studio software, which doesn't require any prior programming or design experience. Even though Spacepants has only been out since May, he's already earned enough money to buy his younger brother a PlayStation 4. Continue reading to read what he has planned for the future.
David Irvine, the artist behind the Gnarled Branch, isn't your normal illustrator and crafter. In addition to being known for whimsical furniture and Gothic sculptures, his most famous works are in his 'Re-Directed Paintings' series, where he finds old and/or discarded thrift store paintings and gives them new life by adding pop culture icons. They're currently being sold (prints included) on Etsy, Society 6 and Red Bubble. Continue reading for more.