Here's video of "Casulo," the much-hubbubbed-about "apartment in a box" from Marcel Krings & Sebastian Muhlhauser, who won the Abraham & David Roentgen Award with it in November of last year. Young, solo, female apartment-dwellers take note: with everything you need in this 31-by-47 inch box, moving's a snap and boyfriends are about to become obsolete.
On Chinese social media website Weibo, a magician named A Gan has been creating a stir with his videos. Not because his tricks are so amazing, but because his poker-faced friend spoils them all in real time: There are tons more of these videos on A Gan's Weibo page, but
You haven't lived until you've seen a carved pumpkin puke out of its eyes
Here are two more Halloween tricks from the UK's Royal Institution. The first will look familiar to fans of Marvel's "Ghost Rider" character and uses gunpowder to good effect. The second uses a chemical concoction to simulate what happens when a Jack o' Lantern has had too much to drink:
Artists Sean Ohlenkamp and Rob Popkin literally spent years, and a boatload of pumpkins, to create the following animation. And if you're wondering how they could possibly carve such intricate patterns into something as inconsistent as the surface of a pumpkin, they show you at the end (as well as
New-Jersey-based woodworker and Popular Woodworking contributor Wilbur Pan is "the guy" when it comes to knowledge of Japanese hand tools. For those of you working in shops outfitted largely with Western tools, you may be curious about what the benefits are of integrating Japanese tools, and where you might want