I can watch Bob Ross forever. Back in college, I used to watch his program—The Joy of Painting—on late cable TV because he triggered my autonomous sensory meridian response like crazy. I'd get goosebumps and my blood pressure would drop. Here's that son of a gun washing his brush again and again and again.
Leen Sadder, a design student, had to redesign the first thing she threw away after class. She ended up throwing away a toothbrush. She redesigned, hell, re-imagined the toothbrush as a twig. Apparently, it works well.
I abused my iPhone and it's got the marks to tell the stories. The most annoying though are the scratches on the pretty silver bezel. Thankfully, as Lifehacker shows us, those can easily be eliminated using a kitchen sponge.
If you watch just one video online today, let it be this strangely hypnotizing video of cows getting super excited about a gigantic, robotic cow brush.
If an electric toothbrush isn't high-tech enough for you, then you could kick it up a notch with the Triumph with SmartGuide. The brush monitors how you are cleaning your teeth - time, area and pressure, and sends that information back to a base station. This base station, which can be stuck on a bathroom mirror, then…
The Brush & Rinse toothbrush from Amron Experimental creates a little water fountain for you to sip from when it's time to rinse. Hey, this is a solution to a problem that's long overdue.More pics and pricing on the next page.
I personally enjoy getting my paws dirty scrubbing the grill down, but for those uber lazy types this motorized grill brush is fantastic. Push the button and the roller spins, cleaning up all of that leftover meat, grease and hooker spit from the grill. It is available for $25 and includes years of ridicule you will…
What better way to clean the crumbs from your keyboard than to use an afro? Flip the little finger-puppet over, pop off his afro, and use the underlying brush to whisk away the only remnants of that romantic night you had cybering away with that Woodelf in Everquest.
Not that new, but cool nonetheless, this I/O Brush lets you take textures, colors, and even movements found in the world and use it to paint. Sound confusing? Well, textures and colors are pretty straightforward. You take the brush and point it at say, a watermelon, and when you paint with the brush the watermelon…