She wanted a brand-new iPad for Christmas, so her boyfriend got a little creative.
What does a Porsche 911 GT3 RS-loving engineer do when they can’t afford one? Build a custom version at home of course. Though not very practical or street legal, it’s still definitely a conversation piece nonetheless. … Continue Reading
The owner of this three-wheel trike started to dream of making a unique motorcycle with his own hands back in 2003. In 2004 he bought an ordinary motorcycle and used it for one season only. Then he finally decided to make a trike. See how he managed to do it. … Continue Reading
Use a can opener to open sealed plastic packaging Add saline solution to refresh dried-out mascara. Use a toilet seat cover to blot the oil from a greasy face. Use pretty wine corks to make planters for tiny succulents. Amplify the volume of your iPhone or iPod by placing it in… Continue Reading
“Bent Objects.” By Terry Border Terry takes objects from everyday life and makes cool art out of them. From lemons to peanuts to guns, he finds their secret lives and displays them for the world to see. Here’s a few of our favorites. For more info go to http://bentobjects.blogspot.com/ … Continue Reading
Almost everyone has had a childhood dream of a big adventurous tree house in their back yard. It’s never too late to make that dream a reality. Tree houses are magical enough to evoke those childhood emotions. Heavenly escapes from the trappings of daily life. A sweet spot in nature that belongs solely to you…. Continue Reading
http://www.truthincontext.com/accomplishments/israeli-inventor-presents-9-cardboard-bike/ Izhar Gafni makes surprising use of unexpectedly durable material to build bicycle. Israeli inventor Izhar Gafni recently came up with a unique new invention – a cardboard bicycle. According to Newsgeek, Gafni started working on the unconventional bike after learning of a man who had built a canoe using unexpectedly water-resistant material. “I went home and it sort… Continue Reading
The first submarine appeared in Russia in the times of Peter the Great, in 1721. It used to be called “a hidden vessel”. The submarine was tested in presence of the emperor himself not far from St. Petersburg. Paddles were used to move the boat under water.