The phrase “micro-unit” conjures up all sorts of lifestyle tradeoffs, like Murphy beds, mini-fridges, and toilets in the shower. This tasteful space has a bed that stays put, a full-sized kitchen, and room for a bathtub (!), all in an area that’s a little over 300 square feet.
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You know those old machines where you drop a coin in and it starts whirring and spinning and everything comes to life and you’re supposed to have fun as you watch the little people move in a set pattern because that’s the only form of entertainment that exists? This music video for Jane Bordeaux’s ‘Ma’agalim’ recreates those machines and it’s somehow much more captivating than a real machine.
The vast majority of watches stick to traditional hour and minute hands to display the time, but a handful of bold manufacturers use their technical prowess to find new, innovative, and often downright audacious methods to indicate the hours, minutes, and occasionally even other functions. Below is a list of unusual watches that deviate from the conventional time-telling style, finding creative alternatives to hour and minute hands.
It’s almost that time of the year again, and thankfully we’re not talking about Tax Day. The annual pothead holiday 4/20 is on the horizon and,like usual, there are sure to be some fiery sneaker collabs dropping, the first of which is this vulcanized Stan Smith from BAIT and adidas Skateboarding.
As one of the most beloved franchises of all time, The Force Awakens wasscrutinized to a degree usually reserved for Pynchon novels by grad students (a treatment Rogue One is already getting as well). As a result, there’s a lot we now know about even the most minute details from the film, and Screen Rant points out ten of the best in a new video.
A pastiche of Japanese anime and video game influences filtered through talented Canadian designers with Hollywood films like X-Men: Days of Future Past and the Godzilla reboot on their resume, Urbance is wild kinetic fun that has the potential for cult status if it ever gets the chance.