21 Jun
Enjoying the Biggest Rave In America in adult comfort

We all know Electric Daisy Carnival as a bacchanal frenzy of post-rave digital hedonism. Think young millennials in a cloud of furry boots, bikini bottoms, copious neon and blissful nescience. An orgy of EDM beats, sweaty teens and sunrise memories/regrets. But there’s another demographic at the Biggest Rave In America that is rarely mentioned: the […]


13 May
50th Anniversary single-seater designed by Walter de Silva

Lamborghini continues its self-aggrandizing 50th Anniversary celebrations with what could be its most far-fetched, out of this world vehicle yet. The Egoist concept is thus named because the car can only fit the (self-absorbed) driver, with no room for anyone else in his life. It also features a carbon fiber and aluminum “hybrid” chassis, and […]


29 Jul
Boats*Cars*Dollars*Girls*Helicopters*Jewellery*Skylines

I’ll just let Thomas Traum describe this work, aptly titled Boats*Cars*Dollars*Girls*Helicopters*Jewellery*Skylines: “[This is] a typology of rap videos and an attempt to construct the most generic Rap and R&B video out of many. Musical genres are always heavily codified and rap seems to be one of the most extreme ones, each video has similar if […]


7 May
Eurocopter EC145 “Mercedes-Benz Style” helicopter

Ok, perhaps I’m being a bit cruel — it’s not like all CEOs are crooked, corrupt, greedy self-involved egomaniacs who care more about the bottom line than their own countries, human beings in general, or the world around them. It just seems that way lately. I’d like to see the CEO of BP on the […]


Someone peep the horizon for the Four Horsemen, cos it’s been one helluva week for technology. First, the Faster One beats the SSC Ultimate Aero and Bugatti Veyron to become the fastest car in the world, then Ferrari reveals its first front-engine car, then some dude invents the world’s smallest helicopter, and now some Swiss […]


Japanese developer Gennai Yanagisawa has developed the world’s smallest one-man helicopter. Weighing an Olson-thin 75kg, the GEN H-4 uses two rotors to fly up to 50 kilometres per hour. Honestly, I’m not that impressed — I coulda done the same if I had just figured out that whole Why-Won’t-My-Veritech-Robot-Fly-Even-With-An-M80-Up-His-Ass conundrum. Curse you, Science!!! [Read More […]