Destroying landmines before they destroy you. Introducing the Assault Breacher Vehicle. Video at the bottom. (Typically tragic choice of sound tracks.)
The VFR1200F. Any review that starts with the Ohlins tech at the track laughing…
I“m betting that a number of you will feel a little wisp of nostalgia when you look at this shiny restored Hodaka.
Airport shuttle, moto parking comes to France. Gear lockers, discounted price, and a ride to the terminal. Anyone in Seattle got a chunk of land near Sea-Tac? Okay — maybe a better idea in LA.
Undersea creatures fascinate me. I have no idea why and I don’t think I want your opinions on the matter either. Some more portraits.
Salsa verde the way I’ve seen it made in Mexico. Yummy recipe and presentation.
Art, Images, and Design
Once used to trundle those terrible, not really food meals down the aisles of airplanes, these trolleys are refurbished and covering in decals to make hip storage objects.
Food stored in drawers with electronic wizardry. It’s kinds cool to think that drawers might be better than cupboards for food. (Even if this is just a reefer concept.)
From Coilhouse — a new take on the Japanese Floating Worlds tradition of painting. This is what re-visioning of older forms should look like.
Just because I’ve already done tentacles this morning; I think I’ll add this collection of squid images from Animalarium.
Paul Lung’s portraits are master works of perception. You want to meet each one of the people he’s drawn. (Done with a.5mm mechanical pencil — I can’t find a reference to the hardness of the lead he uses.)
James Dean. Because it’s that kind of day and I’m feeling the girlfriend love.