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Steampunk “Little Froggy” Wrist Gatling Gun by Arsenal Best

Pictured above, the “Little Froggy” and “Lady Froggy” Wrist-Mounted gatling gun bracers are made from polished brass, plastic, metalizer FX laquer and 36 genuine Swarovski Strass black diamonds (in the Lady Froggy) as well as 2 Swarovski Strass emeralds. While it doesn’t actually shoot miniature frog bullets (much to the sadness of me), it nonetheless makes you look pretty fuggin schway and guaranteed to put the fear of Cthulhu (or frogs) in anyone managing to get on your bad side. Both are available for purchase at etsy, and though the “Lady Froggy” has a multi-barrel chamber, the design is a one-shot so you better act fast if your wrist is missing some amphibious artillery.

Artist: DeviantArt

Betabrand’s Gluttony Pants have three buttons on the waistband to “accommodate gratuitous waistline expansion during feeding time,” they are labeled: Piglet, Sow, and Boar. Haha!

DIY lowrider wooden beach cruiser bicycle by Jurgen Kuipers. “constructed out of wooden panels, the bike also comes available as scale 1:1 model kit - with all the required parts to make it fully functional”

The “Sun & Cloud” is a digital camera developed by Japan’s Superheadz. Capable of shooting both videos and stills, the digital camera is the world’s first to self-generate energy for a full charge. Equipped with a solar panel on top of the device, the camera induces electricity automatically. It also can be manually charged with a hand crank via kinetic energy, or through a USB cable. The camera can do color image capture and black & white image capture. It comes in white and black.

Hotello is a portable space, containing all the necessary elements for a minimal room: a desk, a lamp, a stool, a shelf, a locker. Hotello consists of a metal structure that supports double curtains (translucent and sound absorbant) as well as all the furniture needed to work and rest. Designed by Roberto De Luca and Antonio Scarponi.

It’s a utility box in Nordhausen, Germany. Photo by Kevin Vetters.

It’s a utility box in Nordhausen, Germany. Photo by Kevin Vetters.

National Geographic photographer Joe McNally posted this POV shot from the top of the world’s tallest building. The Instagram snap was captured from the tip of the Burj Khalifa, the tallest manmade structure in the world.The photo was shared on Instagram yesterday with a caption that reads: “My old battered shoes climbed the worlds tallest building today. What an amazing structure! Tweeting from 820 meters straight up!”

National Geographic photographer Joe McNally posted this POV shot from the top of the world’s tallest building. The Instagram snap was captured from the tip of the Burj Khalifa, the tallest manmade structure in the world.
The photo was shared on Instagram yesterday with a caption that reads:
My old battered shoes climbed the worlds tallest building today. What an amazing structure! Tweeting from 820 meters straight up!”