Balancing anything on your head isn't easy. When the item is a motorbike and you're doing it on a ladder, you are entering the realm of feats that must be seen to be believed. With the machine resting on his head, the man begins to scale the ladder, using his hands to grasp the rungs and only his head to support the bike. When he gets to the top of the overloaded vehicle two men help him lift the motorbike from his head and secure it to the bus.
Imgurian tumb1r has decided to create a mini iron throne for his mobile phone with styrofoam, weatherproofing foam tape, mini cocktail swords, and hot glue. You can check out the full gallery on Imgur. Awesome! The images of making after more.
This wine glass by Etsy seller Shattering Sentiments will give other people a not so subtle clue as to how your day has been. The 20 oz hand- etched wine glass has three distinct zones: Good day, Rough day, and Don’t even ask!”
This is the original slide, patented in 1961, was relatively high-tech in its day. It was inspired by the long, durable-yet-flexible design of the filmstrip, and invented to turn an activity people were already doing into a user-friendly product. That's according to patent documents from Robert Carrier, who called his idea "a portable aquatic play device for body planing."
This is a $200 One Fast Cat running wheel, an exercise wheel for cats. Some features to note are that it’s made from recycled plastics and its “surface is made from a closed cell EVA foam to prevent claws from catching and allowing cats to run naturally using their claws for safe footing.” It’s easy to wash and comes in a small box for you to assemble at home. Watch the Kickstarter video, but the project is already funded so contributing $200 gets you one.
These are shots of some of the foot items available at the Pikachu Cafe in Japan. The cafe will be open for a limited time (until August 31st) outside the Pokemon XY movie exhibit at Tokyo City View in Roppongi Hills. Cool, more images jump more.