Yes, you heard us correctly. They assembled this unbelievable feat of engineering specifically to hurl pumpkins long distances. The 2007 World Championship Punkin Chunkin starts Friday.
Whether you love her or hate her...we're giving her props for rocking our bag.
We love this playground in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. Who needs swings and monkey bars, when you can have bacon slides and giant fried eggs?
Halloween love from your friends at Urban Outfitters. (The Halloween Song by Evangelicals)
Brooklyn-based Rare Device opens up an SF outpost this month, bringing a carefully-curated collection of art-meets-craft to the Bay Area. San Franciscans, prepare to trade your cash (in person!) for little fox necklaces and handmade wishbones.
Chanel's Spring/Summer 2008 collection gives you your very own alcohol monitoring anklet with out the hassle of getting arrested. Inspiration comes from the strangest places.
We would like Pete Goldlust (amazing last name by the way) to carve a castle out of giant sized crayons for us to live in.
If you're in any way offended by the above image, you're going to have to take it up with Steve Rocco. The man behind World Industries/Big Brother Magazine, and the subject of the new documentary The Man Who Souled The World, Rocco singlehandedly wreaked havoc in -and re-ignited- the early 90s skateboarding industry.
Bryce McCloud understands the value of adhering to tradition. When he's not running the business side of the Isle of Printing shop in Nashvegas, you'll find him on the business end of a lino tool, carving his illustrations into linoleum block.
Lock up your grandmothers! It’s The Silver Ages, specializing in drinking and singing traditional close harmony men’s chorus tunes from the early 20th century. Um…yeah, we can’t even sorta explain this, but we love it a lot. Basically, a bunch of dudes from Philly indie bands thought it would be a good idea to form a glee club. Really. And it turns out they were right! Even Jens Lekman thinks so. Catch them before they get signed to a major and sell out like all the other glee clubs.
Waaaay more than sweet gold fronts, the updated Walker Arts Center Teens program site features blogs, links, events and art (and a smart split screen nav to boot).
1, 2, 3, 4...It's the video from our summer catalog, with music by the lovely Feist.
Not sure if there is anything more ruling than this today.
A survey of more than 60,000 people at Travelandleisure.com determined Philadelphia home to the most unattractive people in the country. And it doesn't end there: The people of Philly were then crowned least stylish, least active, least friendly and least worldly. Travel & Leisure editors try to soften the blow by adding, "We were asking people to vote on attractiveness, not unattractiveness. (We) believe there are a lot of attractive people in Philadelphia."