Ethan Jones is back with another interesting visual breakdown of movie logos, this time focusing on DreamWorks.
Mission Chinese Food and Black Seed Bagels teamed up to create the wildest breakfast sandwich in New York: an all black, squid ink bagel with white poppy seeds that has been schmeared with whipped kefir-anchovy butter and made irresistible with Jamón Ibérico.
Our favorite TV show characters and movie stars and cartoons are often remembered for how they look. The outfits they wear, the cars they drive, the weapons they use, the swagger they carry and the hairstyle they have.
Netflix teamed up with David Gelb, the creator of Jiro Dreams of Sushi , to tell the story of six world class chefs and showcase their kitchens and, drool, their food.
Don't watch this video if you get queasy by pixel created blood and hyperrealistic video game gore. Because good lord the Fatalities in Mortal Kombat X are downright disgusting to see.
I've seen the future and it's not 3D printing, it's 3D Easy Cheese printing. That is, an Easy Cheese canister is taken and made to splooge out the golden orange yellow scientific miracle substance that is Easy Cheese like a 3D printer would print out objects.
Cars in movies, car chase scenes in action flicks and action flicks about cars and car chase scenes are almost always fun to watch.
Color me intrigued. Anna Péter, Malackaraj, cooks up another wild dish that I've never heard of that sounds and looks pretty gross (I mean, it's called sour lungs) but also somehow looks pretty tasty after she's done cooking it through.
When I saw this video of the Swedish skier Erik Sunnerheim zooming over the ice propelled by a chainsaw two thoughts popped into my mind: At first I though it was super fun and wanted to try it right away but then, all the things that could go wrong started to pile up in brain taking the shape of a big nope.
This cool mashup combining 98 famous movie fights unleashed my inner teenager. It makes me want to bring my old high school friends together for a day-long kung fu movie marathon—in VHS if possible.
The guys at AtomCentral uploaded this video depicting the failed test of the Atlas missile back in 1961.
3-D printing is going to put humans out of work and make shopping obsolete, if you believe the evangelists.
Maxime Gaudet's hyperlapse experiment video of Paris lets you jump all over the city in 3 minutes. The video moves at such a frenetic pace that the feel of the video doesn't quite match up with the feel of the City of Love but it's still a lot of fun to watch because it feels like you're teleporting all over the place.
Though I understand its problems , I still enjoyed the visual ride that was Interstellar. Still, the best thing about the movie might have been the TARS and CASE moving monolith robot machines.
You've done this. I've done this. We've all done this before. Daniel Koren completely nails the hilarious truth about using the microwave late at night and how our initial goodwill for silence is negated by our stupidity and desire for hot food.
It's the traditional, old school and almost forgotten methods of craftsmanship that always impress me the most.
Around 400 people live inside the flood channels underneath Las Vegas and it's such a fascinating underworld that is so different from the neon-lit indulgence and styrofoam extravagance that Sin City is known for.
I can't believe this picture is real and not a frame from a movie about a very unlucky guy. It was shot by Australian scientist Huw Alexander Ogilvie when he was flying over the Pacific Ocean back in 2005.
Jaguar unveiled their new car model to the world—the #NewXF—making it cross the Thames river, in London, over a two-inch-wide (34 mm) and 787-foot-long (240 meters) high-wire.
I don't see anything excessive about this at all. Instead, I see a chocolate fountain I'd like to install at my house.