On a recent episode of Man at Arms: Reforged, the talneted team of blacksmiths and craftsmen at Baltimore Knife and Sword took on a video game-themed challenge where they had to build real-life versions of weapons from Fallout 4. They took a stab at making the Kremvh’s Tooth machete, a revolutionary sword, a bladed aluminum baseball bat, and an oak bat with nails sticking out of it. They tested them all out by slicing through a zombie head, smashing watermelons, and more.
HomeMade Modern creative director Ben Uyeda built a DIY spiral staircase using layered pieces of plywood cut with a CNC machine. Uyeda said each step in the staircase took about two hours to put together during the initial build before the entire staircase was carefully sanded and finished.
18-year-old artistic dancer and full body contortionist Shakirudeen Adewale Alade (Bonetics) wowed the Britain’s Got Talent judges and audiences back in 2015 with his amazingly flexible dance skills. Bonetics is back once again, in a video created by Status Silver, where he bends his body in all sorts of artistic ways while dancing to “Stranded” by Ship Wrek and Zookeepers on the sidewalk.
While exploring off the coast of Southern California, the ROV Hercules, launched from the E/V Nautilus startled an unsuspecting octopus who immediately set about trying to blend in with the ocean floor.
You think he knows he’s being watched? Looks like he’s a trying to look like a rock. Yeah he’s trying to hide, doing a good job of it.
Not actually a bean at all (beans being seeds from the family Fabaceae, also known as Leguminosae), the Mexican Jumping Bean is the seed pod of a shrub called Sebastiania pavoniana that has been implanted with larva from the Laspeyresia saltitans (also called Cydia deshaisiana) moth.