Here’s a video from the British Council Film archives showing a start-to-finish look at how sheets of steel become a ship. It’s Friday, enjoy this old-timey video now.
This is clever marketing by Smart because while this steel cage can hold up to 3 tons, the force of a 3-ton vehicle hitting you at high speeds is going to no doubt crush this Smart car. It looks great stationary, but in practice, it’s still smarter to go big.
The Donky Bike by Ben Wilson is a bicycle with a steel beam running right through it horizontally. This steel beam aids in the carrying of heavy and unstable loads. It comes in two colors and is available right now! Donky Bike by Ben Wilson from Dezeen on Vimeo.
If you’ve ever wanted your iPhone dock to doubly serve as a paperweight, then no need to look any further than the Dock+. The Kickstarter campaign for this elegant solid steel iPhone 5 dock is well on its way to being funded (although it’s not quite there yet!) and with your help it can become [...]
The famous photograph known as “Lunch Atop A Skyscraper” gets its own documentary in this film called MEN AT LUNCH by Sean O’Cualain. The documentary aims to discover who these men were in this famously staged photograph above what is now 30 Rockefeller Center in NYC. If you’re a history buff and love NYC, this [...]