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Is Borat still inspiring people to do dumb sh*t more than ten years on?
When an unknown passenger threw two chickens on to a packed train in Sydney, Australia, before fleeing on Wednesday, it seemed a lot like an act of absurdist comedy. But it's a mystery really.
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The chickens, which appeared to be a white silky and Rhode Island red, were left hanging on the floor of the carriage until two nice people picked them up and took them to train staff.
"He just dumped them," an unnamed woman holding one of the chickens told 7 News.
While not as chaotic, is certainly shares some similarities to THAT Borat scene. Read more...More about Animals, Chickens, Chicken, Trains, and Train
The music streaming giant will put its new acquisition to work on improving its artist database and royalty payout processes.
NASA has long been experimenting with sustainable living in space, but the most important question is how to grow crops to sustain human life while away from Earth. Now, NASA scientists and agriculture researchers have designed an inflatable greenhouse prototype that can grow greens deep in space. The 18 by 7-foot greenhouse is not only used to grow food, but it can help with air revitalization, water recycling, and waste recycling. The carbon dioxide exhaled by astronauts can be used by the plants to photosynthesize and generate oxygen.
According to Dr. Gene Giacomelli, director of the controlled environment agriculture center at the University of Arizona, "We’re mimicking what the plants would have if they were on Earth, and using of these processes for life support. the entire system of the lunar greenhouse does represent, in a small way, the biological systems that are here on Earth."
Learn more over at NASA, and make sure to check out NASA's archives which were just made available to the public.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
Here’s a scary peek into how hackers got wind of a security breach in Microsoft Word and used it to target millions of bank accounts in several countries.
After shooting photos with night.shift, painting a mural with Yok and Sheryo, and reimagining vintage with Sami Miro, the final stop on our exploration tour with adidas NMD lands us in New York's Chinatown neighborhood with chef Matty Matheson. As a foodie and TV personality, Matty has built his name on discovering authentically local cuisine experiences at each of the stops he makes. When HYPEBEAST met up with Matty, it was far from his first time in the Big Apple so instead of hitting a restaurant or returning to an old favorite, he decided to show us how to prep some Japanese-style bites in our own backyard. Matty first picked up some meat and veggies south of Canal Street before heading over to the Bowery to grab some cooking gear. Then it was off to Brooklyn to get to grilling and chilling with some friends.
Check out the video above to see Matty narrate his journey through NYC in the adidas NMD_R2 PK and keep your eyes on the adidas web store to shop the latest sneaker releases from the line.Read more at Hypebeast.com
“Just because you use your eyes, doesn’t mean you see what’s actually there.” – Murray Carter Murray Carter (@CarterCutlery) is a Canadian craftsman like no other. At eighteen, he fell into an apprenticeship with a sixteenth generation Yoshimoto bladesmith that lasted six years — and was asked to take the position of number seventeen in […]
Hollywood is doing its best to figure out virtual reality, often with less than compelling results.
But a small group of VR producers at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival have successfully innovated their way through experimental territory that big studios have not yet dared to tread, using physical objects and even live actors in their experiences.
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Let's start with the very cool and end with the absolutely mind-blowing.
Blackout is an attempt to give all big city commuters the super powers they've always wanted: the power to read the minds of your fellow riders. Using gaze-based tracking, the experience allows you to walk through the subway car and, when you stop and stare at a particular person (a real person who has been captured volumetrically), that person's inner monologue begins playing in your ears, delivering a kind of telepathic eavesdropping effect. Read more...More about Tribeca Film Festival, Virtual Reality, Vr, and Entertainment
New Balance has released its MADE 1987 model in two new colorways -- red and gray. The shoe is constructed with a three-piece upper consisting of suede and leather, while the shoe's toe box is perforated for improved breathability. Additionally, the shoe boasts a reflective underlay and leather ankle collar. Dropping on May 1 at New Balance retailers and online for $150 USD, the shoes will be a perfect complement to your summer wardrobe.
If you're into the red hue, check out the New Balance 995 in a rich terracotta shade.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
Kohei Nishimura's popular Japanese brand DIGAWEL is ready to showoff its 2017 fall/winter essentials. The brand's latest seasonal offering is full of unconventional silhouettes, with over-sized fits, high necklines, and chunky knitwear taking the reign. Wide-legged trousers and boxy outwear jackets are also showcased. With its clean muted tones and avant-garde influences, look for DIGAWEL’s 2017 fall/winter collection to be released in the upcoming months.
For now, make sure to check out the 15 product drops you don't want to miss out on this week.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
adidas Originals' famed NMD silhouette has seen a whole slew of different makes and colorways. Now set to drop next month is the adidas NMD R1 Primeknit "Linen Khaki." The new addition will fit nicely into your summer rotation with its linen and khaki construction finished in a tan hue. The Three Stripes branding, EVA plugs and eyelets all follow suit. The adidas NMD R1 Primeknit "Linen Khaki" is set to release at select adidas retailers and adidas' online store on May 20 for $170 USD.
And for all you YEEZY fans, you have less than 48 hours left to purchase the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 "Cream White."Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
Dubai-based creative agency Jungle Beige has visualized a future where streetwear brands have their own branded credit cards and brochures. This project, called "Future Street Cred," links big banks with streetwear brands such as amongst few, CLOT, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Palace, Patta, Pigalle, Supreme, Wood Wood and WTAPS. The card designs even go so far as to include localized details, such as numbers corresponding to the brand's city or headquarters. Taking on design cues that pay homage to the brand's own DNA, the results are definitely interesting. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Additionally, check out this week's top product drops that you don't want to miss.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
Heineken just unleashed a new political commercial that has so far been well-received with the public audience, something that Pepsi failed to do with its Kendall Jenner ad. Heineken’s “Worlds Apart" ad -- which is part of its #OpenYourWorld campaign -- features pairs of people who have some diametrically opposed views on climate change, transgender rights, and feminism. The experiment aims to answer, “Can two strangers with opposing views prove that there’s more that unites than divides us?” Will the subjects walk away, talk it out, or have a beer? Check out the video above.
I don't drink beer. But maaaaybe I will now? (No, I hate the taste. But this is beautiful) https://t.co/ViLgXUKZdc
— Taran Killam (@TaranKillam) April 26, 2017
This is brilliant. This is what it's ALL ABOUT. Go @Heineken https://t.co/EdYp9opkmR
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) April 26, 2017Read more at Hypebeast.com