Last year, gdanea reported on WU that Oscar Mayer was offering bacon gifts for father's day. Now Oscar Mayer is back in the news with an iPhone attachment that functions as an alarm clock by waking you with the smell of bacon.
Period rock, the lovely nickname for a creature found on Chilean beaches that bleeds when cut open. In fact locals eat it with salad and rice.
Paul's Hamster/Human wheel post led me to this.
Nowadays we have the Burning Man festival. But back in the 19th century, they had the Burning Rat festival.
The hand embroidery art of Eliza Bennett. She explains on her site: Using my own hand as a base material, I considered it a canvas upon which I stitched into the top layer of skin using thread to create the appearance of an incredibly work worn hand.
From design firm Nieuwe Heren. Just four travel bags, but linked together it reminds you of home. Your couch on a remote location.
Louis Croteau (seated, holding the magazine) was Secretary of the New England Watch and Ward Society, which was initially known as the New England Society for the Suppression of Vice.
A Japanese island that during WWII held secret poison gas producing factories now is home to something much more pleasant.
This iPhone add-on, created by Dennis Be Bel, allows two people to send each other smoke messages. It's called the Smoke Messaging Service, or SMS.
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It worked. I want to shop there now.
Not sure if it should be categorized as a hat or a face mask. Created by British designer Ana Rajcevic.
Radiation makes everything better. From this encyclopedia entry: Atomic Rabbit was a lot like Atomic Mouse, but with a species change and a couple less supporting characters.
Research to produce sausage containing probiotic properties is being undertaken in Spain. They are working with bacteria found in baby poo to make the specialized sausage.
Created by Michael Allen. [via designboom]
Given fezzes to wear, and a supply of taffy to eat, the children in the audience were still at a loss for having to watch the sub-Krusty antics of Zovello the Magic Clown.