Think your latest Instagram shot could be a masterpiece? Then have it painted on canvas and show the whole world your awesome shot in a traditional medium.
You could commission your own artist, or you could just send it off to Pixelist.
There are lots of drum kit apps for mobile devices, but they’re not that easy to use. Many of them look and are arranged like real drum kits instead of being optimized for touchscreen use. Also if you’re a drummer you’re more used to using drum sticks instead of your fingers.
Love wine? Love soda? Even though the Rouge Sucette contains elements of both, there’s no guarantee that you’ll love it though. It’s a Coca-Cola-flavored wine by Châteaux en Bordeaux’s Hausmann Famille, and it’s going to be relesaed next month.
My dad’s car broke down on a mountain road when we were on our way to the family vacation house. Suffice it to say, my sisters and I spent a few hours sitting on rock-hard boulders while he tinkered with the engine.
Sometimes, I get the feeling that digital artwork lacks the personal touch that you find in traditional artwork. You can’t really see the strokes the artist made on the canvas, for one, and any errors or misplaced strokes are quickly edited out.
Everything’s bottled or canned these days. Even unusual stuff like air, unicorn meat, inflatable beach balls, and sand. Yep, you read that right: sand.
It seems pretty crazy at first, but it makes sense, if you think about it.
Have you ever leaned over a railing and felt your stomach drop at the sight and perceived depth of the stories below you? Normally I stay away from railings because of my fear of heights and because I feel like I might drop down to my death if I lean too forward.
How many people do you know in your city? Hello Lamp Post won’t exactly let you meet or talk with anyone specific, but it will allow you to listen to the thoughts, comments, and other random ramblings of others who live in the city.
Let people in the real world know how popular you are in real life with Fliike. It’s a physical counter that shows off how many “Likes” your page has received on Facebook in real time.
The Fliike was created by Smiirl, which is a design studio start-up based in France.
When a night out involves bringing two smartphones, a music player, a 7-inch tablet, and a 10-inch tablet, then you know you’ve got a problem. Most people are addicted to tech these days, and it ruins more social events than you think.
Think you’ve got what it takes to be (insert your country of origin here)’s top chef? You might not have your own cooking show or the chance to join some cooking competition, but you can serve people with your signature dishes and earn points (and even cash) while you’re at it.
What’s your favorite memory? Your first kiss? The first time you brought your baby home? The times you’ve spent with your dog? You’ve already immortalized them in photos, and now you can enjoy them in a totally different way thanks to Lets Cafe’s Latte Printer.
Because dogs don’t have to deal with work, other people and taking care of dogs, you can’t always match your pet’s enthusiasm and energy. But you can’t just leave your buddy hanging right? That’s why Grant and Denny Hamill invented the iFetch.
Just because they’re dead doesn’t mean they approve of your shopping habits. There’s nothing they can do about what you buy or don’t buy, but they can remind you that there’s more to life than shopping by showing you their dead and zombified faces every time you take that little plastic card out of your wallet..