The 6ft Camera!

San Franciscan photographer Darren Samuelson has built a six-foot long camera which requires 15 minutes to set up each shot. It weighs 70 pounds and uses 3-feet-long X-ray sheets to capture the film. Of course, this is not the digital photography that most of us tout today, but an analog contraption that comes with a 1210mm Nikon Nikkor lens. It is not exactly the kind of camera that you would want to use while on a holiday, or even when you want to share pictures that you take on Twitter or Facebook. Instead, it is a gigantic photographical device that could possibly be used for public displays of photographical material.” w/ photos

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Tornado Kicks!

“Dang! I don’t know how practical it is… but it’s cool as hell!” — JaboBabo

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Hot Girls PRANK

“Two incredibly hot girls approach men sitting at a terrace and ask if they can use their seats. When they obviously say yes, the two girls walk off and leave the poor men with two angry looking old women.”

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Match Candleholders

“Jonas Pettersson, John Löfgren and Petrus Palmér founded the Swedish design house called Form Us With Love in 2005. The trio seeks ways to challenge the conventional as they design everyday objects and lighting. “We came up with the idea for the Match Candleholder (2009) when trying to light a tealight candle and constantly burning our fingers,” say the designers. Inspiring a “Why didn’t I think of that?” moment in all of us, the Match is a Candleholder with a vent that allows a lit match to travel down to the wick of the tealight. The vent doubles as an aesthetic feature, emphasizing the flickering flame.” w/ photos

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