You can’t always find a chair to sit on while out and about, but if you have the limited edition chaise lawn chair, you’ll never get stuck looking for a place to sit, ever again. This ‘alive furniture, mobile planter and human transporter’ was created using wheelbarrow parts, wood, dirt, and of course, grass.
The Barracks in Brisbane has its roots as the 1860 Brisbane Petrie Terrace Gaol, which was home to 96 prisoners in two cell blocks for two decades or so before it was forced to close from bursting at the seams with too many convicts.
Awesome things that hide secret powers: This rolling park bench means you’ll never get a wet bottom again
There’s one thing we can all agree on: sitting on a bench right after it rained is not a good idea. If you’ve ever done it without knowing beforehand, you’re left red faced… and wet bottomed. But Sungwoo Park has designed a bench that beats the weather at its own game. The solution? The Rolling Bench.
These headphones are purr-fect! UC Berkeley alumni Wenqing Yang and Victoria Hu have unlocked the secret to selling lots and lots of headphones: cats. The anime-inspired headphones, once worn, will turn you into a music-loving feline. Now you not only get to listen to good music, but you’ll become tempting to get pet as well.
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The zombie apocalypse is coming to Melbourne, though not the way you imagine it to be. On 25 October, Meburnians will be treated to a Tomorrowland-esque event filled with food, booze, and music – but not before they pass through a haunted house filled with flesh-hungry zombies first!
It’s pretty common knowledge that bicycles can help reduce traffic congestion and pollution, not to mention riding one to work daily can result in a smaller waistline. And yet, we still refuse to leave the comforts of our automobiles.
It’s such an inconvenience when you’ve got to stop surfing the web to cook yourself dinner. All that time gone down the drain to light the stove and watch that steak cook-you’ll sacrifice at least half an hour of Internet time per cooking session. That’s probably why Macedonia-based industrial designer Dragan Trenchevski came up with this concept laptop-stove.
No wonder zombies love eating brains, they taste just like candy! Spanish graphic designers Ruth & Sira Garcia created these skull-shaped chocolates with nuts and candy for brains in a culinary series they call ‘Chocolate Skulls Gone Nuts’.
Take your feline friend on life-threatening adventures from the comforts of your own home with this cat bridge inspired by the rickety rope bridge from ‘Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom’.
Travel to Prague and you’ll find the world’s greatest spas, with ancient spa therapies keeping you relaxed and rested. But these spas are not like the others. These spas feature bathtubs full of warm water, brewer’s yeast, hops and malt that are thought to release stress, fatigue and tension over 30 glorious minutes.
A group of 7 year-olds were treated to fancy 7-course tasting menu in New York: their reactions are priceless!
Daniel, awarded 3 Michelin stars and glowing reviews on Yelp, is said to be one of Manhattan’s best dining experiences. Named after chef-owner Daniel Boulud, this Upper East Side restaurant hosts a French-inspired cuisine that’ll leave your tastebuds overjoyed and your bank account depleted.
In my neighborhood, there are many stray cats who are well fed by kind souls and all they seem to do is bask in the sun and judge you with inscrutable eyes when you walk pass them. As for this particular group of cats, they seem to do more than judge. They actually look askance at you when you approach.
After Richard Macrae’s friends gifted him with a fake ginger discount card on his birthday four years ago, they probably didn’t expect him to use it. But this 30-year-old has used this joke gift to his advantage and has been able to use it at bars, restaurants, cinemas, and even on taxi fares to save money. Who knew explicitly fake IDs were useful!
BASE jumping is taken to a whole other level in this video of John Van Horne in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Not only does he jump from a massive skyscraper, but this BASE jumper makes it into the rooftop pool of a nearby building, 1,200 feet off the ground.
A man in Australia has been denied the right to wear a spaghetti strainer on his head for his driver’s licence, and is outraged. Simon Leadbetter of Brisbane was refused a renewal of his licence by the Department of Transport and Main Roads due to his head wear.