The Mexican Navy sank a battleship off the coast of Rosarito, Mexico in order to create an artificial reef. Apparently, it’s the first artificial reef made in Baja California. GoPro shows the footage of the entire process and you can see the timed explosions and the rushing of water that cause the ship to be be…
Play. Play. Play. Play. Play. Play. Play. I don't know what's going on, but I can't get enough of this Tostitos lid spinning around under the water and the satisfying sound it produces. Just watch the video and listen.
Well, that's not supposed to happen. Not when you spend 10 million dollars on a 90-foot yacht. Not when that $10 million 90-foot yacht is embarking on its maiden voyage. Not when a boat, let a lone a $10 million 90-foot yacht, is never supposed to tip over sideways.
There are many ways to scuttle a warship. Here are three of them: explosive charges, torpedoes, and nuclear blasts. Spoiler: Loose lips sink ships but C-4 sinks them much better. Even better than nuclear blasts, but not as cool as torpedoes.
OK, please, give this a chance before you close the tab—a hand dryer can be cool. The Dyson Airblade, that little wonderbox you stick your mitts inside to get a super-fast bathroom dry, just got a super upgrade.
2012 was a pretty epic year for visual trickery. We stared through telescopes, transfixed by Venus' cosmic trick of the light; gaped in disbelief at a Rubik's Cube that wasn't; and watched with morbid curiosity as celebrities transformed into grotesque mutations of their former selves.
For a luxurious, unique bathroom fixture, you can't go wrong with one of Ammonitum's stunning designs. The process to get the wood both beauteous and waterproof—which involves shaping, gluing, polishing, and at least ten layers of varnish—takes 12 weeks.
Love it for its simplicity, then hate it when the plywood catches fire from an errant breeze across the stove-top. Studiomama's mobile kitchen has a bucket and garden hose for a sink, with a watering can collecting dirty water.
I'm looking at my not-that-big apartment and I see a separate fridge, sink and stove in my kitchen. Sure, it's convenient but if I could have this 1952 Cook and Wash Refrigerator Unit instead, I'd be living in a mansion.
This is Rubbish, a bathroom sink created using a 1/8-inch thick elastic sheet made with recycled tires designed by Santa Monica-based design studio Minarc.
Renshui has designed a futuristic faucet that uses an integrated chipset to control water temperature and a touch-based interface to control water flow. As cool as that tech sounds, I'm not sure it's any better than the classic two-knob setup.
Combining a sink with a toilet in the interest of the environment isn't a new idea, but remember the disastrous results from last time?
There's just something about this sleek, black, digital Ondus Digitecture faucet that makes me wish it would speak to me in William Daniels voice.
It appears that Burno Sacco, the former head of Mercedes Benz design, has given up the luxury car biz to focus on creating crazy, jacked up faucets like the Hansa Latriva.
There is something downright masculine about upshifting.The feeling of power as a car kicks into gear and takes off. But what if you could get the same feeling when you brush your teeth?
Does "You pack everything but the kitchen sink!" sound familiar? Well, now you can truly take it all with you now that a company called Hughie has developed a removable version.
We are only talking about a sink here, but I must admit that I am a sucker for a captivating design. That having been said, the Elettronico Faucet by Carlo Frattini definitely caught my eye. The allure of the system centers around an LCD display that can be used to turn the faucet on and off, control flow rate,…