Get ready to update your fall wardrobe with the newly release New Balance Made in England 575 ($165). These new kicks are currently available from Hanon and take their colorway from the classIC M576NG. The uppers are made from a breathable mesh based layered with Navy suede panels. The whole kit sits on a beige heel counter, and a white and navy midsole with a black outsole. If you were looking for a lighter color to go with your kahki's you these, also come in a sand palette.
The new 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT ($120K) is a bad boy. Mercedes' in-house performance shop has created a real powerhouse to challenge the likes of Porsche, Jaguar, and Aston Martin. The AMG GT features a 4.0 liter biturbo V-8 that pushes 503 horses and 443 lb-ft of torque. This will get you from 0-60 in about 3.7 seconds. The engine is paired with a seven speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The interior comes with a huge touch screen infotainment center. I personally think it would look better without the screen. It sticks out like a sore thumb.
The look we're all about is modern minimalism, with rustic and industrial accents. Restoration Hardware does this better than most. Their Industrial Scissor Lift Table ($675-$1440) is great example of that esthetic applied. The table is a repurposed early american factory jack. It's made from sheet metal and has a large turning wheel that raises and lowers the cart and locks it at the desired height. The sheet metal is unfinished and may rust over time providing a more rustic character. This cart can be used as a coffee table, paired with another cart or raised and used as bar. Restoration Hardwares Industrial Scissor Lift Table will make a great addition to any room.
The major problem with 3D printers is the creation of the 3D model. The software used to do this can be complicated for beginners. The Makerbot Digitizer ($1400) makes creating 3D models simple enough even for those new to 3D printer. With a couple of clicks the Makerbot will create a 3D model that is ready to print. No 3D design skills are needed and you can use the design files with the 3D printer of your choice. Check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=9GfnKKczec0 width=640 height=480 anchor=video] for more details.
Luis Quiles ($TBA) is an artist who takes a hard look at our reality and unapologetically shows us exactly what he sees.Luis' art gets strait to the point and shows us the reality behind the reality, from his i-Phonekkake, which shows just how much technology controls us, to homophobia, to our healthy relationships with fast food, prescription pills, and commercialism.His works are frank, stark, disturbing, but all speak to a certain truth. Luis will be initiating a crowdfunding campaign in the near future to develop a book with some of his best work. Stay tuned to his Facebook page for updates and to catch glimpses of has creations as he posts them on a regular basis.
It really hits you sometimes how many technological advancements there have been in the last few years alone; this shouldn’t be possible, yet it is. The German company Airbus have done it they’ve actually created the Light Rider 3D-Printed E-Bike ($56K). This futuristic bike is made using aluminium powder to create a lightweight frame. Slick and stylish this bike really does show how far technology as come, although if you want one you better start saving as they are priced at $56,000 each.