Tom Yoo is back after sharing the Air Jordan 11 ‘Concord’ LEGO he has now created the Air Jordan 5 Grape.
The Grape Air Jordan 5 LEGO edition comes correct which includes the same color scheme and blocking, translucent outsole and even the Jumpman logo on the tongue. All in all another great creation by Tom Yoo.
Yoo is trying to get LEGO’s to officially launch Air Jordan models by submitting them to the Ideas section of their website. If he receives enough votes, then LEGO’s will produce a run. Of course they will need to work out additional details with Jordan Brand, but to support the project click here.
Chocolate lovers and sneakerheads will appreciate the process Milan aka Manlikemilan went through to create a pair of Nike Air Max 90s. As you can see, the shoes were created using chocolate, so of course not wearable.
Inspiration came from the newly release Cocojet Chocolate 3D Printing technology, which lead him to think of the culinary possibilities. Since he is a huge fan of the Air Max 90, he decided to take on the project.
First Milan had to create a silicon mold of the shoes, which lead him to wrapping a pair of the AM90s in plaster for the shape. After he poured in liquid silicon and allowed it to set. After waiting, he then carefully cut open the mold and removed the shoe. To make sure all the details were intact, he then crafted and ‘painted’ the mold.
After he had a perfect replica of the Nike Air Max 90, he melted down chocolate and filled the mold all the way. Now it was a waiting game. 15 hours later sitting at room temperature, we have a the Chocolate Nike Air Max 90. Below you can see more images of the edible art and stop by his Instagram @manlikemilan.
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It's always fun to see the Game of Thrones cast out of character, but it's especially crazy to see them posting pictures of each other on Instagram. Thanks to social media, there have been some pretty glorious character mashups as different actors snap photos together. Sansa and Oberyn? Arya and Melisandre? Theon and Missandei? Oh, and then there's the supercute, borderline heartbreaking picture of Robb Stark and Jon Snow together again, plus a hilarious photo of Joffrey smiling with Cersei. Just for fun, take a look at some of the all-time best Instagram snaps from the Game of Thrones cast, then check out the show moments that scarred you for life and why Jon Snow is the saddest, sexiest guy in the Seven Kingdoms.
One of my favorite things about watching movies is seeing the film’s vision of the user interfaces on screens and computers. They’re almost always over the top (like they were in the first Avengers ) but I love to imagine that we’ll see all those exploded graphics in our future and pretend that all that information would be intelligible.
Tic Tac’s current flavors (via Facebook)
Tic Tac Mixers were designed for young consumers who hate being bored, Todd Midura, marketing director for Tic Tac in the U.S. told Bloomberg, and will come in either cherry cola or peach lemonade.
“It was really born from looking at consumer needs and trying to make sure we’re appealing to those younger consumers,” Midura said. “It’s all about people wanting the product to entertain them. Younger people are really looking for a product to do that.”
The company says there are three reasons why someone might want a Tic Tac — to freshen breath, have a “sweet, fruity” moment or “emotional rescue.” Okay, then.
Since Tic Tacs first came on the scene in 1969, the product has remained pretty much the same, besides a tweak to packaging in 2010 to allow the clear containers to hold more mints than before. That’s because people haven’t wanted a change, Midura says.
“There’s an element of nostalgia,” he said. “People love being able to see what’s inside.”
Unless you’re bored and you can’t find entertainment anywhere else than a flavor-changing candy.