Your Daily Dose of Dopeness
When NASA does a photo shoot, you know the results are going to epic. NASA astronauts recently created a photo series inspired by the movie Gravity that depicts what life in outer space really looks like. The pictures were tweeted out by NASA just before the Oscars under the hashtag #RealGravity. Check out some of the pictures below and head over to the NASA flickr page to see more.
Diego Fonseca designed these cans that were inspired by the uniforms of his favorite superheroes. I doubt these Red Bull cans will ever hit the shelves, but it would be dope if they did. Check out Diego’s website here.
Black Scale has created a limited edition capsule collection for surf/skate retail jugernaut PacSun. The collection features four t-shirts, a longsleeve tee, and a couple hats. Photographer Van Styles was commissioned to create the lookbook for the new PacSun exclusive line. PacSun has long been known as a corporate chain that carried larger brands like Hurley and Billabong, but with introduction of this Black Scale collection it’s obvious that they are trying to make a name for themselves in the street wear community.
This is incredibly cool, and I can see more restaurants adopt this once it becomes available. However, I feel like most people order pizza for delivery from their cell phone or computer, so this seems a bit unnecessary for pizza places like Pizza Hut.
Peter Brooke-Ball is a London based artist that makes super dope sculptures (among other things). He uses many different types of stone, which he ties tightly with ropes to create these awesome sculptures. Peter displays his works in exhibitions all over the world.
Barack Obama once held the retweet record on Twitter with his tweet “Four more years.” That tweet was retweeted nearly 800,000 times. Four more years. pic.twitter.com/bAJE6Vom — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) November 7, 2012 Welp, Ellen just smashed that shit with her group selfie that has 2.8 million retweets and counting. She even called it by proclaiming “Best photo ever.” If only Bradley's arm was longer. Best photo ever. #oscars pic.twitter.com/C9U5NOtGap — Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) March 3, 2014 And yes, it did break Twitter. Sorry, our bad. #Oscars pic.twitter.com/VrjKjZ4YGl — The Academy (@TheAcademy) March 3, 2014 source: buzzfeed
There’s no doubt that a lot of us wanted to be Batman as kids. Well, now that we’re in grown-up form, or at least close to it, we can further that dream a little bit. This Batman Tumbler has been built to be street legal, and it’s available for only $1,000,000. Get all the details here.