Some ill capsule toys from Japan. The makers create some detailed, concept driven, too weird for kids, fun collectibles popping up in random regions in Japan. Plus it's only 200 yen (around $2) per capsule.
Panda No Ana is one of those makers, this one even got a PR trailer for one of their bizare toys. Daps all around.
"A film dealing with the relative size of things in the universe, and the effect of adding another zero"
It's a trippy trip. Basically google zoom but tasteful. In 1977 style. Go zoom off into the vast universe b.
Check out the lightning striking from...the ground?! Or so it looks. It's definitely not striking down from the sky.
Like ODB and Mariah went back like babies with pacifiers, GreyTone and MC Radiator went back like public payphone and beepers. Two grown men rapping like message rap are still heard and geek reference are sharper than Samurai Jack's katana. Check out their debut EP:
"New York Rap spiced with love, peace, fun, and existentialism. Cooked over hip hop and rock beats. With a large side of geek.
GreyTone & MC Radiator bring everything — from awesome all the way to amazing.
They’re the Dope Set Spectrum."
You know how it is, again and again/ about the anime dynasty that just won't end/ the monument, is right in your face/ sit and read a while to the name of the place/ it goes th-th-th-the bridge.
Enough parody quotes from MC Shan, I'm bout to go in on 80's scifi animes. If you say anime is this, that and the third you better be saying anything after you saw Akira by the least. Read more for some retro sweet spot for anime. Disclaimer: ain't no cute, cuddely sh!t on it. Or some sappy ass lovey dovey cringefest either. It's straight up 80'sssss (high pitch metal vocal*).
The all famous Nat Geo is 130 years old. Claps and daps all around.
Peep the timelapse clip of all covers.
Though, I'm erked by the last highlight with the transgender boy.
If the kid doesn't go through all the obstacles of being gay, how can he have a mentality that is strong enough to cope with gender equality? How can a child learn through experience of the difference of gender and the importance of each role, if he is convinced to switching genders like game apps? And is he really gay? or is he bi? To be continued in the year 3000.
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We're couple of steps closer to having a biohybrid androids with AI. Such as, those creepy closer to life like robot dolls, or artificial limbs but incorporating bio-technology, or AI improvements that imitates and thinks like humans.
WHAT IF the organic material robots are so advanced it's... basically human? This explains why we have iron and metal in our bodies and our morals are crap because our AI system is garbage! Take the red pill!
Anyways, the above gif/pic is from the legendary Tezuka Osamu's (Astro Boy, Phoenix saga, Black Jack, and everything he touches that turns to gold) anime adaptation of Metropolis.
Read more to peep the elements for future hu-mans.
Some one hacked the police radio in south New Zealand to play NWA's classic 'F*ck Tha Police'. LOL. The radio also played the Rage Against The Machine's cover version.
Full story HERE
Hit read more to peep the track + other cover versions
Origami supported by computer app. That's the new level artisan right there.
For the noobs and twisted, Origami is a Japanese word that trans-literated to 'folded paper'. It's a art by itself but also a good way to practice construction methods. By construction, I mean packaging your snacks to designing architecture.
Prof. Jun Mitani dropped a free app that you can create new origami patterns to new heights. Peep the site HERE to download.
AIGA released a clip that highlights Chermayeff & Geiser & Haviv, a design firm in NY. They worked on alot of iconic brands like Chase Bank, National Geographic and Mobil. Also Yoshinoya (beef bowl ya'll).
A good short to hear the opinions of established designers. Old men working their craft. Peep below:
"Bask in the posts of geek-leaned trip."