Camp darling Mae West was brilliant at declaring the obvious, peppered with a healthy amount of innuendo. But when she first declared “is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?” there wasn’t much room for interpretation. Recently, however, some rather patriotic clothing companies are catering to a burgeoning market of people that want to look less militant, and more everyday casual, as they carry a concealed weapon on the streets. Every culture has its subculture…cue covert fashion.
Article: Green tech finds (8/5/10)
NASCAR, bicycles, and recycled guns… your green tech finds for the week.
It all started with the bicycle: Trade pub Mechanical Engineering sings praises to the bicycle… not only as an engineering breakthrough for its time, but also as a “platform” for other transportation developments.
NASCAR goes solar: Well, sort of… the Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania now operates the tenth-largest solar farm in the US (and the biggest of any sports arena in the world).
Without a pre-determined political agenda, photographer Kyle Cassidy traveled all over the country to capture portraits of gun owning Americans in their homes posing with their guns, and in many cases along with their pets. This project which he started documenting on his blog quickly spread by word of mouth. In an interview, when asked…
Article: Cops versus clowns
A short film by Adam Berg and Stink Digital to promote Philips’ new cinema proportion television with a 21:9 ratio. This, wait for it, 2 minute 19 second (get it?) sequence is “filmed in one continuous tracking shot and offers an exploration into the world of movies being made for the cinema screen through the…