IN MEMORY OF MY COLLEAGUES AND FRIENDS FROM CHARLIE HEBDO, a cartoon for the International New York Times pic.twitter.com/2v21S7ZmGJ— Chappatte Cartoons (@PatChappatte) January 7, 2015
De tout coeur avec Charlie Hebdo. pic.twitter.com/8KwTipn3Wp— PLANTU (@plantu) January 7, 2015
Charlie Hebdo. Nooit opzij. pic.twitter.com/MJwGKPQ8jU— Joep Bertrams (@joepbertrams) January 7, 2015
ICON is known for creating vehicles that have "classic styling, modern performance, and timeless utility". Their latest creation is the ICON Thristmaster Pickup Truck ($200,000+). Jonathon Ward's creation takes the classic design of the 1947-1953 Chevrolet 3100 five-window pickup and adds a custom-built chassis along with a GM 5.3-liter V8 small block with Magnuson supercharger that helps it achieve about 450 horses.The interior features Alcantara headliners, bison-hide seats, a web-enabled Kenwood and Audison digital audio system and plenty of chrome. The bed of the truck is 6.5 feet and is lined with wood ash slats. ICON only plans to build about 10 of these bad boys so grab yours before they run out.(more…)
If you like bikes, robots, or just plain ole cool stuff then you have to take a look at the Robots Made from Recycled Bike Parts ($14-$131) by Felvarrom. The imagination behind these little works of art is borderline genius. The robots are made from pieces of bike hubs, brakes, chain links and assorted screws and nuts. For an original work of art you really can't beat the price.
http://youtu.be/PjopKsZuxDA Dustin Hollick spent his late teens and early twenties doing what he loves; surfing. His film, Priorities talks about his beginnings, how he surfs such massive waves, his family and his addiction to the ocean. And of course it includes incredible shots of him surfing waves that look like they're taller than buildings.
The New Sony SRS-X9 Speaker ($699) does everything you come to expect from all bluetooth speakers, but it comes with a little something extra. Just like almost every other bluetooth speaker can use your smartphone, tablet, or PC to stream music to the SRS-X9 via bluetooth, wi-fi, or USB-5. That music is delivered to seven speakers (3 tweeters, 2 midrange speakers, and 2 woofers) to provide some of the highest quality music. But the little extra the SRS-X9 brings is its ability to support lossless FLAC AUDIO formats up to 24-bit/192kHz resolution and high resolution WAV files, so you get maximum audio detail in every high quality track.