If you’ve never arranged a bag of Skittles into a circle on a plate of hot water, you should do so immediately.
Or, if you’re not much of a DIYer, you can just watch this mesmerizing video of Rainbow Magic, by Dexter See. Enjoy the rainbow!
Laugh when you’re not happy, cry when you’re not sad. The struggle for actors is real, people. Actress Amy Adams shares her story.
During a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Adams brings us into her world of emoting on cue, and she uses a story about sriracha to help turn on the waterworks.
We feel ya, Ames… but most tend to weep when the sriracha bottle is empty.
Start video at (2:00).
The force is strong in this cup. These beverage packaging concepts, by Peru-based art director Christian Rivera, shows LEGO versions of Jedis and Siths holding lightsabers.
What makes these seemingly ordinary soft drinks strong, is that the straws become an extension of the character’s weapons. Hopefully, we see these concepts in some capacity soon — so we can suck up some force.
The mugs are only part of Kowalczyk’s works, which use oft-discarded and used materials as inspiration. The mugs are totally usable, while each piece is unique — using different textures, stickers and packing tape.
Check them out at Tim’s Etsy shop here.
Get your hand out of the Pringles tin… There’s a new potato chip worthy of your discernible palate. Although it will cost you.
Swedish beer-makers, St. Erik’s Brewery, has created what is the world’s most expensive potato chip to go with their high-quality craft beer. The price tag for such crispy luxury is 499.00 kr, approximately $56 USD per box, or roughly $11 per chip.
The ingredients that help jack up the price of these chips include; Matsutake, Truffle Seaweed, Leksand Onion, Crown Dill and Nordic Ammarnäs Potatoes. Unfortunately, the limited edition chips are currently sold out. Time to reach into the Pringles tin again.