Why Would Anyone Buy a Bow Tie-Shaped Beer Can That Actually Gives You…

When Budweiser changed its iconic all American beer can to accentuate the bow tie logo of the so called King of Beers, I was not happy. Even though I don't really care what the outside of the beer can looks like as long as my words start slurring. Even though I don't drink Budweiser. It was a telegraphed move by an… » 4/18/13 1:00am 4/18/13 1:00am

USB Can-Shaped Humidifier Mixes Weirdness with Moisturising Power

This isn't the first USB-powered humidifier » 9/02/08 7:17am 9/02/08 7:17am you've seen, but it may be the weirdest: it comes shaped and painted like a drink can. It uses ultrasound to generate "cool, moisturizing steam" at the rate of 50ml per hour, which may sound attractive to you if your office environment is one of those over-air-conditioned…

Did the Infamous Canburger Start Out as an Art Project?

Does art imitate life or does life imitate art? That's one of many, many questions that arose in my mind when I saw this art exhibit in France that's made up of 10,000 "Canburgers." And no, these aren't just purchased from the place we found the originals in, they were specially commissioned by the artist, Mike… » 2/08/08 4:40pm 2/08/08 4:40pm

Video Ads Coming to a Hand Dryer Near You

We value our time spent on the can, so the thought of having commercial-playing displays in the bathroom pisses us off (lame pun intended). But apparently that's how it's been going on down under. This image of a hand dryer in Australia shows an ad playing right off the dryer's display. We don't wash our hands to… » 10/16/06 7:09pm 10/16/06 7:09pm