A guy rides a modified wooden pallet down the tram track in Bratislava, Slovakia. "The space between the tram tracks in Bratislava is 435 mm narrower than the gauge of tracks in Prague or Pilsen (1435 mm). The wooden europallet, a basic feature of any warehouse or storage hall, with its standartized 1200x800 mm dimensions, when modified can only run on the tracks in Bratislava"
The 2014 World Cup final is almost here, and no matter which two teams meet for the title match, there's one thing they'll both need to win: the ball. The "brazuca" is different from most other soccer balls out there, and our pals over at the Compound Interest blog dug in to find out why
Comedian Mark Malkoff and his wife, Christine, have their anniversary dinner on the wing of an airplane in Atlanta, GA at Hartsfield--Jackson International Airport. It was part of a video project in which Mark lived and slept on an airplane non-stop for an entire month.
Among many other body modifications, 23-year-old Joel Miggler, also known as "Bodymoded Punky", lives in Küssaberg Germany. He was famous for his large holes in the cheeks, whose diameter is 36 mm. More images after more.
Simon Toland of Simon’s Cat is currently raising funds to make “Off to the Vet“ on indiegogo. "We love reading your comments as it helps us understand what you like about our films and what you might like to see next. There is one theme that many fans have requested and it’s one that Simon would really like to make too – it’s the theme of going to the vet. Simon has been developing ideas around the vet theme for some time now. With so many ideas and gags, we feel this film deserves to be longer than our usual YouTube episodes and that this is the perfect opportunity to do something a little different!…That’s why we’re asking our fans to get behind us and help us make a film that we can all be proud of. ‘Off to the Vet’ will be made by the fans, for the fans!"
With multiple layers of stacked glass and wooden slices, duffy london has built ‘The Abyss Table, replicating the dramatic depths of an indigo ocean. The design creates a geological cross-section of the sea, completing the table as a 3-dimensional model of a geological map.