Tuesday, November 22, 2011

thedailywhat:

Early Bird Special: Don’t worry, it’s not an actual Hypnotoad. It’s just a regular toad with what looks like some kind of parasite in its eye. If you look closer, you’ll see whALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD. 

[arbroath.]

Hypnotoad!!

Thursday, November 17, 2011

thedailywhat:

Marketing Campaign of the Day: “A Canada Goose ships a hockey stick to an American puppy using FedEx boxes as dominoes.” 

Does what it says on the (FedEx) box.

[epicponyz.]

So cute!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Snorkelling with sea turtles in Mexico.

Snorkelling with sea turtles in Mexico.

clareer:

It’s stupid how good this is.

(Source: thenintendard)

Tuesday, November 15, 2011
alongthereef:

Stingray duo with snorkelers

I want to go snorkeling again.

alongthereef:

Stingray duo with snorkelers

I want to go snorkeling again.

Sunday, November 13, 2011
The Atlantic Building in Montreal.

The Atlantic Building in Montreal.

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you: French Waffle Cakes (as mentioned on Modern Family)! Eggnog was used instead of milk in both the pancakes and French toast.

Saturday, November 12, 2011
thedailywhat:

Badass Bridge of the Day: The Moses Bridge, as its name suggests, is pedestrian bridge that creates the illusion of walking through water — in this case, the West-Brabant waterline near Fort de Roovere in the Netherlands.
Designed by RO & AD Architects, the bridge was built using Accoya wood, a type of modified wood that offers the enhanced durability necessary to sustain a sunken bridge.
[accoya / inhabitat / mmm.]

thedailywhat:

Badass Bridge of the Day: The Moses Bridge, as its name suggests, is pedestrian bridge that creates the illusion of walking through water — in this case, the West-Brabant waterline near Fort de Roovere in the Netherlands.

Designed by RO & AD Architects, the bridge was built using Accoya wood, a type of modified wood that offers the enhanced durability necessary to sustain a sunken bridge.

[accoya / inhabitat / mmm.]

oliphillips:

Urban Nature 2011

by Naoko Ito

Friday, November 11, 2011
nevver:

Everyweek is Sharkweek

:)

nevver:

Everyweek is Sharkweek

:)

Thursday, November 10, 2011

justinrampage:

The Muppets have invaded Threadless thanks to a large group of creative artists. Check out the entire collection of Adult and Kids shirts on sale now.

Disney’s The Muppets at Threadless (Facebook) (Twitter)

fluorescentgray:

“Parklets,” mini-park and patio spaces built atop parking spaces, in San Fransisco. Read more at Architectural Record

fluorescentgray:

“Parklets,” mini-park and patio spaces built atop parking spaces, in San Fransisco. Read more at Architectural Record

studio630:

And Why Shouldn’t You Have A Swank Gadget for Keeping Bees At Home?
“Five years ago, honeybee colonies started dying off. No one knows why. Some theories point to the impact of pesticide use or the Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus, which is transmitted by a Varooamite. Whatever the cause, it’s bad news for bees and the crops they pollinate. Oddly enough, bees are doing better in cities than in the countryside—which may shed light on the cause of their disappearance—and some urban dwellers have begun keeping bees to help stem their decline. Seizing on the trend, Philips recently unveiled an at-home hive, allowing anyone—anyone, that is, who isn’t deathly allergic to bee stings—the ability to harvest fresh honey from their window.
The concept is part of the Dutch electronic company’s Microbial Home design, an eco-system concept unveiled at this year’s Dutch design week. (Click here for an earlier post on the kitchen component, which is powered in part by human poop.)”

I want!

studio630:

And Why Shouldn’t You Have A Swank Gadget for Keeping Bees At Home?

Five years ago, honeybee colonies started dying off. No one knows why. Some theories point to the impact of pesticide use or the Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus, which is transmitted by a Varooamite. Whatever the cause, it’s bad news for bees and the crops they pollinate. Oddly enough, bees are doing better in cities than in the countryside—which may shed light on the cause of their disappearance—and some urban dwellers have begun keeping bees to help stem their decline. Seizing on the trend, Philips recently unveiled an at-home hive, allowing anyone—anyone, that is, who isn’t deathly allergic to bee stings—the ability to harvest fresh honey from their window.

The concept is part of the Dutch electronic company’s Microbial Home design, an eco-system concept unveiled at this year’s Dutch design week. (Click here for an earlier post on the kitchen component, which is powered in part by human poop.)

I want!

blaaargh:

People know that the Muppets are just puppets, right? That…like…you can’t really do a floor show with them…right? And that the Oscars is a real event that happens in real space, right? Right?

It’s as though puppets are never used for live shows! Wait a second…THEY ARE. One can and should do a floor show with them.

blaaargh:

People know that the Muppets are just puppets, right? That…like…you can’t really do a floor show with them…right? And that the Oscars is a real event that happens in real space, right? Right?

It’s as though puppets are never used for live shows! Wait a second…THEY ARE. One can and should do a floor show with them.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Hate when I see people do this.

Hate when I see people do this.