A look at Bangkok’s “Mexican Gangster” fashion subculture.
Japan’s new Kit-Kat Sandwich: Kit-Kats, whipped cream, and some type of orange jelly smushed between two pieces of sweet bread.
John A. Hillerich IV, great-grandson of Bud Hillerich, the man who brought baseball to Hillerich & Bradsby, announced that the family company just sold the intellectual property rights to their Louisville Slugger brand for $70 million to Amer Sports, the Finnish parent company of sporting goods giant Wilson.
Earlier this month Jerry Seinfeld was supposed to perform his first stand-up show in India. However, before the comedian could even get on a flight, the show was cancelled by police “due to traffic and parking concerns”. In response to the country’s let down, a couple of Indian comedians made the best of a bummer situation.
This batch of slides collected by Dave Schubert are all from the same photographer. In Schubert’s words “this guy was so good.”
Since January 1st, Costa Rica has gotten 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources.
Robots and the arts.
Designed to celebrate the end of the car’s production run, and a truly one-of-a-kind automobile.
No Small Parts is actor Brandon Hardesty’s web-series paying tribute to some of the greatest character actors. The episode above features the perpetually creepy Vincent Schiavelli.
Bob Haro talks about developing the freestyle BMX bike at the Kelloggs TV BMX Championship in 1984.
Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting
— Chris Black / @donetodeath
101 Skateboards’ Snuff video from 1993.
Featuring: Andy Stone, Jason Dill, Gabriel Rodriguez, Adam McNatt and Gino Iannucci.
It seems that everywhere we look these days, there’s an awesome pin poking out at us. Seeing as though these small pieces of metal and enamel are the current canvases of cool, we took it upon ourselves to round-up some of the best in this shoppable slideshow.
*it’s easy to make up words on the internet
Action Bronson builds anticipation for the Mr. Wonderful album with this short film featuring his most devoted fans.