We're sure you're going to be seeing pics of this car in blogs from here to Timbuktu, but if we spent a year and a half cutting thousands of pieces of oak into a working car, we'd want to see it plastered all over the internet too. Video below, in case the picture looks fake to you.
No proof of this, but we're guessing the airbags are made out of garbage bags filled with raked leaves.
Jelle Bakker's masterpiece can handle 11,000 marbles at once
A children's indoor playground in the Netherlands is about to cut the ribbon on a massive kinetic attraction. The man behind it is Jelle Bakker, a/k/a the Marble Master, who has created a "Marble Tsunami" marble run that handles 11,000 of the orbs at once. Bakker has autism—"There's a long
Paperboard, glue, funky tools, math and a high level of manual skill
Stuff comes in boxes, and we throw away or recycle most of those boxes. But every once in a while you buy something—fancy chocolates, an expensive bottle of booze, an Apple product—that comes in a box so nice that you can't let it go. Boxes of that sort are created
An exhibition of design objects offer visual intrigue and cultural commentary
Nowadays, it seems like everyone and their mom is an artist. In an age where our mobile devices allow us to constantly document our lives and celebrities now design full clothing lines, ideas regarding field specialization and the boundaries of creative territory is quickly fading. We're living in an
This resourceful 15-year-old uses a toaster oven and a forge made from a soup can alongside conventional tools
He's only fifteen years old, but the unnamed British teen behind the Art of Weapons YouTube channel already has 100-plus videos posted. Though loosely based around creating knives and projectile-firing items like crossbows and slingshots, his channel also delves into product reviews, tool-using tips and material-upcycling how-to's. The central