Check out this cool Sky Ladder fireworks setup by Chinese pyrotechnic artist Cai Guoqiang.
The Sky Ladder was realized at Huiyu Island Harbour, Quanzhou, Fujian, on June 15, 2015 at 4:49 am and burned for about 2 minutes and 30 seconds. The ladder setup was made with made of 5000 meters of fuse material taken to the skies by a huge a Helium balloon.
Here’s the short story: Ken Block + 845HP 1967 Ford Mustang called Hoonicorn + a ton of insanity + tire smoke + director Ben Conrad (the guy behind the past three Gymkhana videos) + another ton of insanity + more tire smoke = Gymkhana 7
And here goes the long story – after three successful Gymkhanas,Ken Bock (the owner of DC Shoes and Hoonigan) partnered again with director Ben Conrad (also directed Recoil 2 and was the creative lead for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Avengers and Iron Man 3) for for the seventh title of the Gymkhana series: Wild In The Streets Of Los Angeles. The clip shows Ken Block unleashed, driving a 845 horse power, 6.7-liter V8 supercharged 1967 Ford Mustang and drifting on the streets of LA. A crazy amount of insanity, a lot of driving skill, some cool panoramas of the empty streets of LA, a couple of Police cars involved in the Gymkhana and a lot of tire smoke make this clip the coolest one of the series. Check it our and let me know in the comments bellow.
I also embedded bellow Ken Block‘s first 6 Gymkhanas in case you missed them!
This is one of the coolest ceiling lamps I ever saw! Designed by the Richard Clarkson studio, the Cloud artificially recreates bad weather in your own home! Don’t be afraid, the Cloud will not destroy your bellowed home with winds and rain, it only recreates the visual and audio effects of a thunderstorm! But it’s still cool! Check the video for a live demo!
Richard Clarkson‘s Cloud lamp uses motion detector sensors to personalize the show for the people in the room and syncs to your iPhone or Android smartphone via Bluetooth to allow you to stream and enjoy your favorite music during the thunderstorm! The Cloud comes for a whopping $3,360 US, but, if you had this amount disposable, you should totally get one right away!
The collection includes minimalist landscapes from 23 cities including Las Vegas, LA, Seattle, New York City and many more and is available in two poster formats: 12″ (30.5cm) x 18″ (45.7cm) and 18″ (45.7cm) x 24″ (61cm).
It’s not often you’ll hear me say: “Best This or That ever”! And honestly, why say it? Things advance so quickly and people are so creative that most times what’s amazing today will be ordinary tomorrow!
Well, here I am and saying, maybe for the first time in the past year or so – THIS IS THE BEST OPTICAL ILLUSION I EVER SAW!
French artist Lindzee Poi manipulates 4 rings and creates an utterly mesmerizing optical illusion!
Check it out and let me know your thoughts in the comments below …
But how about delegating grocery shopping to your illiterate assistant? Let’s see you now! Good luck using Evernote, Dropbox or even the good ol’ pen and paper! Here’s how Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, commonly known as Michelangelo managed to do it back in the 16th Century! Pretty amazing, isn’t it?