Saturday, May 13, 2017

Artist Uses Doodles to Bring To Life Everyday Things



Artist Moonchay combines videos of ordinary things and turns them into something unique and interesting with this animated doodles.

For more of Moonchay's work, click here




Thursday, May 11, 2017

FROZEN PICKLE POPS

Photo:   Van Holten's,

Are you ready for frozen pickle pops?

One of the latest things to join the pickle everything trend, like House made signature pickles in restaurantsFermented Pickles Pickle Soda, are Frozen Pickle Ice Pops, which will be available at Wal-Mart in July.

The company that makes themVan Holten'sindicated that the product has been sold for awhile in Texas and other Gulf states, but expanding their offering.

The briny frozen liquid seems like it would be an interesting addition instead of the standard sugary frozen concoctions that are the standard during Summer months.

Do you think you would try these?  What is your favorite type of pickle?

Source: Today

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

"MAGIC" HAIR DYE - TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE COLOR CHANGING HAIR DYE



While now just at fashion shows, such as London Fashion Week, FIRE, a temporary color changing hair dye that reacts to the heat and cold, may be hitting the market soon and may be the next big fashion trend.

The this "Magic" hair dye was created by chemist, fashion designer Lauren Bowker at "The Unseen" after watching the scene in the 1990's movie "The Craft" where Robin Tunney's character pulls a "glamour" magic trick and turns from brunette to bond them back by running her fingers through her hair.

She and her team have created 7 different semi-permanent hair dyes.  For example, there is one changes from black -orange-crimson red when the user's body temperature rises. Also one that changes from white-blond to ice blue if you go out and the temperature is below 60 degrees Fahrenheit.    Another change from silver-pastel pink or from red-green-blue based on various temperatures.

The company, The Unseen, is working on perfecting the formulas and partnering with hair care companies to bring their product to the market.



Source: Oddity Central

Sunday, May 7, 2017

He has planted almost a tree a day for 37 years in a desert...


Photo:  Source: National Geographic

And now there is a forest that is larger than Central Park in New York. Jadav Payeng, who lives in the Assam region of India, shows how one person with perseverance and patience can make a difference in the world.

He began planting tree seeds as a teen on a deserted sandbar near his home and now has created a whole new ecosystem in the area. The place is now home to over 115 elephants, some rhinos and deer and even a few tigers.

Below is a short video;


Source:  Shareably

DIY Horror in Sand at the Beach Pics

Photo:  Source

What a fun idea to try on the beach this Summer if you are a Horror fan.  Draw some face in the sand and have your family stand over the "faces" to create a shadow where the face should be.

Friday, May 5, 2017

Ice Cream Bouquets


An ice cream shop in Los Angeles, Gresescent Ice Cream has a unique offering; they "Ice Cream Bouquets" by making their own waffles cones and use tiny scoops and layer them in the cone,

From a review on Trip Advisor a cone with 5 scoops cost $9 and the wait in line is long and sometimes they run out of the interesting flavors but indicated that is part of the appeal, along with taking selfies.