Since 2000, MTV Cribs has taken viewers around the mansions of famous music stars, actors, and celebrities, including Ozzy Osborne, Shaquille O'Neal, and Kim Kardashian. ScottDW offers this glimpse inside the luxurious lifestyle of a famous stormtrooper.
It is made entirely out of 11 rolls of toilet paper, tape, and glue. The gold detail is tape. Made by Olivia Mears. Mears made it for a contest by Charmin, the toilet paper brand. The contest invited crafty people to make dresses from any product in Charmin's toilet paper line. Mears made her dress from 11 rolls of toilet paper, tape, and glue.
The Raglite(on kickstarter) lighting system, which offers a flexible, roll-up LED bank of lights, can offer lighting in any situation. "But the RagLites aren't just designed for professional photographers. They do allow for unique setups in studio sessions that traditional rigid lighting can't pull off, but its creators have made cheaper and smaller versions designed for regular consumer use as well. Whether it's mood lightning under a bed, or as an emergency work light you can just crumple up and toss in the trunk of your car."
The Smores Roasting Rack($20) by Charcoal Companion. "The stainless steel rack and skewers can be used on a charcoal or gas grill. Set your graham crackers and chocolate on the warming rack while your marshmallows roast over the flame. Set comes with four 11.75" skewers and several recipe ideas."
Michael Jan, an industrial design graduate from Tunghai University in Taiwan, developed this clever pinicking accessory. It's a table that stretches between the necks of two people. It has cupholders and a flat surface for plates. There's a bib at the each neck to serve as napkins. When you're done eating, you can fold it up and carry it away.
Dr. John All, an American academic, crawled for nine hours with a broken arm and ribs after falling down an ice crevasse in Nepal. After the accident he said: My body was shattered and I was in agony. My face hit one wall, my back and stomach hit the back wall and I bounced between them. My face was pretty torn up. I landed on a piece of ice at a midpoint. I could have fallen another 100 metres and it's amazing I didn't. The entire time climbing out I knew if I slipped I would have been dead.