This is the all-new Bullitt helmet by Bell. Made in recognition of Bell's 60th anniversary, designed by Brooklyn-based industrial designer Chad Hodge under direct influence of the Bell Star and other era-specific helmets, the Bullitt melds vintage styling with a modern sensibility to create a helmet that's sure to reach iconic status in years to come. It sports a clandestine ventilation system with intake and exhaust ports, comes standard with an integrated face shield and has replaceable cheek pads and interior liner.
Ifixit is celebrating MacGyver's birthday with an Action Hero Toolkit($10) in a Altos-tin-sized-tin. It includes a bobby pin, a match, a rubber band, bubble gum, a birthday candle, a paper clip (natch), a shoelace, a 1 cent stamp and duct-tape.
This re-entry suit designed by Bulgarian artist dfacto, an astronaut abandons his doomed craft and returns to earth. Perhaps NASA has similar things in mind, but this is just a wishful concept. Good idea! "Watching the Felix Baumgartner jump was one of the highlights of the year for me. I was really blown away, and this is my homage to that moment: a theoretical look at what advances his jump could bring for space exploration and astronaut survivability. In this case it's a specialized hardened suit that can allow for re-entry from low earth orbit. Not a jump you want to make, but when you have to you'll want to be wearing this suit."
HTC unveils their new flagship smartphone, the One (M8). The phone features a 5-inch 1080p display, Qualcomm's latest quad-core Snapdragon 801 CPU, 16-32GBs of storage, 2GBs of RAM, microSD slot, WiFi, Bluetooth, 5MP front camera, LTE, 2,600 mAh battery and runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Sense 6.0 as its operating system. The price is $199-$299 (w/ contract)
Photographer Barry Rosenthal‘s series Found in Nature, objects that were found along the coastal areas of New York Harbor. More images jump more. "‘Found in Nature’ is a series of beautiful compositions that tell compelling stories about beach-trash. Barry collects previously discarded junk along the coastal areas of New York Harbor then curates and orders the objects by color, type and/or theme."
Deviant Art's Kasami-Sensei has produced a series of illustrations that mashup The Walking Dead with Disney characters, recasting the familiar lighthearted animated figures as post-apocalyptic zombie-hunters.