Oh My Disney threw an Alice in Wonderland-themed tea party attended by cosplay kittens who have no idea what the hell is going on. But they look cute doing it.
The “Kit-Tea party” features Alice, the White Queen, the Mad Catter and of course, the Red Queen and her trusty sidekick Time. Check out the video below. [click to continue…]
In an effort to get kids excited about bike safety, Simon Higby (DDB Stockholm), Clara Prior Knock and project manager Jacob Beermann (DDB Copenhagen) teamed up with Danish company MOEF to create a new helmet inspire by hair from Lego and Playmobil figures.
Sadly, the concept has not yet been picked up, but is clearly begging for someone to make it a retail reality. Check out a video of the creative process below. [click to continue…]
Colorado Springs high school student Sarah MacDonald recently made herself a shoo-in for homecoming queen by ditching the traditional prom dress in favor of the ever popular inflatable T-Rex costume.
For the uninitiated, T-Rex costumes have been dubbed “the horse mask of 2016” and have been seen shoveling snow, playing soccer on a horse and demonstrating ninja prowess. However, this latest development could be the costume’s “crowning” achievement.
Even Sarah was shocked, stating “Still can’t believe I won homecoming queen because of a T-Rex costume”. We aren’t surprised at all. AT ALL. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Once again, people with immaculately groomed and astonishingly elaborate facial hair have gathered to determine who’s on top in the world of beards and moustaches.
Photographer Greg Anderson was on hand for this year’s event in Nashville, TN and came away with photos of some of the most ostentatious entries, including those inspired by Salvador Dali, bird beaks, and The Nightmare Before Christmas (which is arguably the most creative of all). See more examples below. [click to continue…]
If you look at clutter in your house and wonder “why isn’t that a rabbit?” then Felissimo is about to make your day.
The company has released a line of funny bunny bags via their YOU+MORE! brand that can be filled with stuff and tied off to look like a nesting bunny. The line is inspired by Japanese furoshiki, which is a cloth used to transport goods, and is available in four different varieties, including Holland Lop Ear and a Netherland Dwarf. Check out more bags below. [click to continue…]
Artist Dan Das Mann has made it possible to be a one man dance party anytime, anyplace.
His “Funn Pack” consists of 12 lasers, 1000 watts of sound, 2 smoke machines, 1 bubble machine and 4 mirror balls, all of which can be worn on your back. The mobile unit weighs in at 50 lbs, is powered by a lithium ion battery, and is awesomely awkward.
Mann reportedly tested the device at the Lightning in a Bottle festival in Bradley, California back in May, although its unclear how effectively he could party with all the extra weight. I’m guessing it’s a party for everyone BUT the Funn Pack guy.
(Blazenfluff via Geekologie)
For photographer Aaron Sheldon‘s four-year-old son, visiting the doctor’s office was akin to entering an unfamiliar and foreboding abyss. However, his fear was conquered when he “decided to act brave like an astronaut”, and donned a spacesuit for the occasion.
The initial photograph of the experience has since grown into an awesome series entitled “Small Steps Are Giant Leaps“, which features the little astronaut wearing his spacesuit to a variety of locations. Sheldon notes:
My goal is that the images from my “Small Steps Are Giant Leaps” project will remind other moms or dads out there who may be losing their patience in line at the grocery store or coffee shop that our kids aren’t just acting like fools – they are exploring new frontiers. Our job as parents is to act as their mission control and co-pilot to make sure they can explore as much of their new world as possible.
Check out additional images below. [click to continue…]
Charlie the chicken has become the most fashionable animal on Arizona’s Snodgrass family farm by strutting around in a pair of custom turquoise blue pants.
As you’ll see in the video below, he still has to warm up to the camera, but that clearly won’t prevent him from becoming a viral sensation. [click to continue…]
After being announced as a concept product last year, Adidas is getting serious about making shoes with recycled ocean trash.
Dubbed “Adidas x Parley” the shoe is the result of a collaboration with anti-ocean-pollution organization Parley. The offering will include an upper made from Parley Ocean Plastic and illegal deep-sea gillnets recovered from the Southern Ocean by the non-profit Sea Shepherd.
However, you won’t be able to buy these in a store just yet. Instead, they will be limited to a run of 50 pairs that will be given away through an Instagram contest that will run through July 31st on Parley and Adidas’ various social media accounts. Keep an eye out, as details are expected to be announced shortly.
If it turns out that you don’t win, then you’ll be happy to know that a commercial release integrating Parley Ocean Plastic with one of their “top footwear franchises” is in the works for the second half of the year. Check out the video below. [click to continue…]
After the success of their Chuck II update, Converse is giving their iconic Chuck Taylor All-Stars a once-in-a-century style makeover that’s focused on comfort.
The new “Converse All Star Modern” will be available in both Hi and Ox varieties that offer circular knit uppers, Nike Hyperfuse, contoured full-length Phylon outsoles and neoprene tongues and linings. Bryan Cioffi, vice president/creative director of Converse Global Footwear describes the colletion as “a comfortable, lightweight product that’s new, exciting and modern, but still feels very Converse.”
Additional features include debossed All Star ankle patches and HTM logos on the heel pull tab. Black, action red, lucid green, soar blue and white colors will be available.
The new All Stars will be available on Converse.com and retail stores starting June 16th, with the Hi retailing for $140 and the Ox for $130. [click to continue…]