What if Coke was blue? What if Pepsi was the one with that crisp, red label (and all the red Santa Claus memorabilia)? See what the logos of iconic brands would look like if they had their colors switched with their competitors. It may not seem like a lot, but it’s almost enough to trick your brain into believing that you’re living in an alternate universe. You’ll see what I mean once you see these logos.
In the era of post-EDM, everything is a synth. But for those who are tired of the sterile, heartless jams of software-made beats, here’s a cool new solution for you. Korg just came out with a collaboration with littleBits, which is half instrument, half playset that lets the user create their own modular synth to create an endless array of sounds and textures. You can watch the sneak-peak of the product launch below, presented by everyone’s favorite crazy-synth-uncle, Reggie Watts here.
It’s a backpack – now it’s a chair. This mobile chair can be worn on your back, and it transforms into a chair so you can relax… anywhere. Because sometimes you just have to sit – even if you’re out and about exploring nature or any other place that mysteriously doesn’t have chairs. But hey, it’s a cool concept at least.
Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time is a hit with both tweens and adults alike, thanks to its quirky animation and vivid storytelling techniques. However, astute fans of the animated series may notice constant hints to the drug DMT, or dimethyltryptamine – otherwise known as the spirit molecule. Take a look at the below clips, which are some fan-favorites that hint at the use of DMT. Watch it here.
Toyota just made the car of the future. You don’t steer it, instead the user drives the vehicle by using their body. It also changes color, like a chameleon, depending on the operator’s moods. Right now it’s just in concept mode, but expect it to be unveiled for real later this week at the Tokyo Motor Show.
In a display of unique juxtaposition, artist Roland Deschane has made a couple pieces of meta-art and blended imperial forces from Star Wars into a handful of Thomas Kinkade paintings. The results are so stunning, they look absolutely genuine.