Charles Bronson, one of the most bad ass actors of all time, doing his daily duty to America, killing hipsters on the reg. “Turn that down hipster, no one wants to here your playlist.”
When you think of cake you usually picture a generic vanilla or chocolate round cake with icing, simple as that, call it a day. By now you understand there are some sick weirdos that roam the streets of Earth and can’t just pick up a cake at Stop and Shop, they have to make sure you remember the cake they got you, well congratulations because I wont forget these creepy awkward cakes ever. P.S. the Tom Selleck cake isn’t part of the list, I just wanted to show you what the most beautiful bad ass cake in the Universe looks like.
Pop a cap off on your favorite beverage with MadeByAmmo’s stainless steel Bullet Bottle Opener. Bonus: you can carry this symbol of manliness around, since it doubles as a key-chain.
* Machined from Solid Stainless Steel round bar
* Extremely Heavy Duty
* Weight: 2.7 oz. (77 g)
* Overall Size: 2.9″ tall x 0.5″ diameter (at base)
* Made in the USA
* Includes soft fabric pouch
Here is another minimalist poster, I have a soft spot for these things, don’t ask me why. This one was done by the same guy, Fabian Glez, who brought you the 48 bands in simplistic logo form found here. Cheat sheet is found underneath if you can’t figure any of them out. (and as always click on the image twice to bigify.)
The ability to share your enjoyment of a concert by jumping into a receptive crowd is an incredible feeling. Except for when the crowd isn’t so receptive, and you plummet to the ground instead. As a fan in the crowd I never understood the concept of crowd surfing, you get separated from your friends for the rest of the concert, if your a girl everyone just grabs your boobs and ass, if your a guy everyone is punching you in the kidneys, sounds awesome. Here is a nice list though of awesome moments in the not so successful stage dive.
Fatal error: What the hell, dude? Maybe the reason no-one wanted to catch you is because you went in knees first. Also, you’re at a Green Day show. No one has stage dived at a Green Day gig since 1993.
No this is not fake, this is 100% real, and 100% weird as it gets. We all know Mike was a loony toon, but you have to respect his power moves, simple as that, long live the King of Pop.
Every so often someone takes a photo at just the right moment. Timing is everything, particularly in the case of amazing photography. It’s not that easy to do, it takes a bit of luck and talent, but it’s extremely satisfying when the perfect shot is captured. Take the photo above, I picture the dog bumping Run DMC “It’s Tricky” break dancing collecting money in a top hat on a street corner in New York. Anyway here are some cool photos taken at the right moment. You can also go to the website dedicated to just that found here.
Check more perfectly timed awesomeness below.
Creative art project by Slinkachu features tiny people strategically placed on the streets of European cities for everyone to discover and enjoy. According to the artist, each scene is created to reflect the loneliness and melancholy of living in a big city. To see more of this totally rad project check out the website found here.
Check out more little people doing work below
An insane unofficial video for The Thunderclaps’ “Judgment Day” by Goblins School of the Image students Remi Bastie, Nicolas Dehghani, Jonathan Djob Nkondo, Nicolas Pegon and Jérémy Pires. The song is pretty decent but the video in itself is a work of art that had us screaming awesome, check it out.
This collection contains some of the most mind boggling and hilarious signs ever created by man. While it’s funny to think that some people actually sat down and created these signs and had them manufactured at a shop, I guess they really do get their point across even if it is a little out of line. There are some oldies in here but for the good of the collection they are needed, enjoy.