While Ford is still mum on whether or not it will resurrect the storied brand, the guys over at Bronco6G took a shot at rendering a Bronco concept for the 2020 lineup. The first thing you notice about the 2020 Ford Bronco Concept By Bronco6G ($CONCEPT) is that it featurs some classic Bronco design elements, including round headlights and a square metal grill. Along with those elements, they added some design cues from ford's current lineup. By adding grille inserts in boxy letters, they brought the Bronco all the way into the modern age. With so many clamoring to get their hands on a modern Bronco, Ford better deliver something as cool as we're all expecting. And if you don't want to wait and see check out some classic Broncos you can get today.[gallery type="rectangular" ids="22576,22575,22574,22573"]
Junior Johnson went from farmer, to bootlegger, to race car driver, to convict, back to race car driver, and finally to respectable business man. Now you can get his famous Midnight Moon Legal Moonshine ($20-$30) at a store near you. Junior's moonshine is made from his families legendary moonshine recipe. Made from American corn, hand-crafted in small batches, and has a smooth clean taste due to the triple distillation used. Pick up a bottle today.
If you took a Tesla and shrunk it down to the size of a skateboard, you'd end up with the One-Wheeled Hoverboard PEV ($3775). On a full charge, you can go about 12 miles at a top speed of 16mph. When you run out of just, it takes about 24 minutes or 1.5 min/mile. The whole unit weighs about 25lbs, so you'll want to make sure it's juiced up before you go out. Driving the Hoverboard is real simple. You tilt forward to accelerate, and back to brake.At the center of the Hoverboard is its motor. The cool thing about is that it's removable which means you can interchange it without any tuning or calibration requirements. This means the Hoverboard is future proof, and when advances are made in the drive unit, you'll be able to easily take advantage.Additional features include customizable LED lighting, Bluetooth compatibility and speakers that provide music and alerts, as well as LCD readouts.Check out their Kickstarter Campaign for additional information.
Back in the day we did a review of the original Orbitkey and it was one of our most popular articles. Orbitkey has outdone themselves with their latest version. The Orbitkey 2.0 Keychain ($22+) is a must have for anyone looking to slim down their everyday carry arsenal.For those of you not familiar with the Orbitkey, it allows you to take your bulky keychain and organise your keys in a sleek, manageable package. Rex's latest Kickstarter offering consists of three material options which include rubber, canvas, and leather. Each of the materials come in multiple colors to fit your style.In addition to the keychain they're also offering several add-ons, including a bottle opener for $5, and a multi-tool for $10 which includes a bottle opener, flat-head screwdriver, file, can opener, wrench tool and a box cutter. You also have two flash drive options, an 8GB for $12 and a 32GB for $25. The Orbitkey Kickstarter campaign is going on right now so make sure to check it out.
I love minimal homes. The Montebar Villa ($NFS) is a perfect representation of pre-fab and minimal done right. The Montebar is a prefabricated wood house situated facing the Swiss Alps. JM say, "a privileged position with sunlight during the four seasons. A magical place where the silence is alternated with the gentle chimes of cows at pasture in the distance." Sounds like heaven. Local building codes dictated that every home must have a dark gray pitched roof. Based on this requirement, they designed cladding that also matched the roof creating a homogeneous design with a monolithic aspect. The interior of the home features a main living area, three bedrooms, a study, two baths, a laundry room, technical room, pantry, and storage areas. The two kids bedrooms are double height with lofts that house beds and TVs.
Joel Parez is an American photography based out of Dallas. Watching his father take photos with his 35mm started his passion, listening to his mother tell stories of her modeling days in Puerto Rico taught him to apply a narrative to his work, and his five years as a marine showed him how important every detail is. So when it came to lighting and retouching him became a perfectionist.His latest series, Judging America ($TBA), takes a look at how we judge individuals based on their ethnicity, profession, or sexual orientation. And whether those judgments are based in reality. Without further explanation the portraits tell an important story; that success comes in all shades.via