Akihiro Mizuuchi is an illustrator and web developer in Shizuoka, Japan. He designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. They are hard enough that you can use them to build things. It seems like he had success in building a number of different things. Good idea!
Tie your boots with these Flint Laces($14), you can still hope for a dry and warm night. The tip of each lace features a “1 inch ferro rod capped with rubber. This is just enough to produce a robust spark to start a fire in the wilderness. "Each lace tip holds a 1 inch ferro rod capped with rubber. This is just enough to produce a robust spark to start a fire in the wilderness."
Making of future city, the original video below. Music: Alan Silvestri - "Forrest Gump Suite" (fragment) Software: 3dsmax, Nuke, Photoshop, After Effects Tools : Multiscatter plugin, Ghost Town script, Poly FX script
"Colorado's cannabis industry will do over $100 million in business before the end of the year... and it's all going to be in cash. Without access to banks, owners of legal pot dispensaries have to figure out something to do with all that money. MPS International is the first armored truck company to provide security for legal marijuana dispensaries"
These pants look like comic jeans. These pants look like they’re right out of the pages of a comic. Cosplayer Kirameku painted over denim jeans with a mixture of Textilcolor and water. She did an amazing job adding the highlights and shadows... She is working on a Nisha the Lawbringer costume, and she decided to make the jeans look cel shaded just like they do Borderlands.