The industrial design of the iPhone 6 is close to flawless… Except for one flaw so weird, so major, that it’s maddening: The fact that the camera protrudes from the body of the phone, meaning it never lies completely flat and gets caught on all kinds of stuff.
The series is a testament to both Miller’s photography and editing skills, as well as Malkovich’s acting skills. The photographs are so spot-on that you might have trouble believing they’re full recreations rather than a simple face-pasting Photoshop job…
We’re not exactly sure what they put in Happy Meals these days (we’re guessing it’s notSuper Size Me DVDs), but we do know that before we even turned 8, we were getting a little tired of the plastic trinkets that McDonald’s was trying to pass off as toys.
The Deepflight Submarine Super Falcon Mark II by Graham Hawkes is 17 feet long and seats two, with each person getting their own bubble-glass cockpit. Oh, and it goes for $1.7 million. The craft can dive up to 400 feet, and its wings on the side and stabilizers in the rear will keep you (or your very rich uncle) steady as you look for mini-Titanics.
Disposable water bottles are for suckers. There is nothing better about buying your water from a store rather than getting it out of your tap. Bottled water only has to pass the barest of FDA regulations to be considered safe to consume.