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The Avengers: Endgame Trailer Is HERE.


Finally. After endless rumours, the Avengers 4 trailer is here and, well, I guess we’d best start calling it Avengers: Endgame now.  The Russo Brothers were the first to share the teaser and they posted the following message to accompany this epic sneak peek:
“For those who have been here since the beginning. 
For those who have joined along the way.
For the best fans in the Universe.
This trailer is for you…
With much love and gratitude for your patience, 
The RB’s”

 

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Don’t Plug Your Socket Into A Wall, Plug It Into A Window.


Granted that the current ‘Window Socket’ features European plugs, it is still an idea so fabulously simple, it’s slightly amazing that we haven’t seen one before. Designed by Kyuho Song & Boa Oh, the charger sticks to a window and draws solar power to an internal battery, which enables one to either plug small devices into the outlet right there and then, or save the stored power for use during night-time hours.

Kyuho Song & Boa Oh “tried to design a portable socket, so that users can use it intuitively without special training.” It sticks to a window with a suction plate that encircles the solar panel, and a basic outlet feeds the converted solar power to a device—and that’s pretty much it. As the designers point out, this is a charger/converter that can be used anywhere there’s daylight, particularly where there is restricted use of electricity, such as outdoors or on a plane.

At present, the Window Socket is still a concept, but in the near future the designers hope to increase its efficiency, energy storage and charge time. The battery on the Window Socket is very small, at 1000mAh the stored power might be about enough to charge a mobile phone, particularly if it were a USB outlet rather than a standard one, but it won’t be enough to power household appliances. And while it can provide 10 continuous hours of power on a full charge, it presently takes about 5-8 hours to fully charge. But even that can’t completely take a way from it’s awesome, simple design.

The Definition Of Tacos…


Texas Chile Short Rib Tacos

“A taco is a crispy Mexican pancake made from corn and eggs, which is folded and filled with meat, vegetables, and a spicy sauce.”  That may be the OFFICIAL English definition of a Taco, (we all agree that it doesn’t end with the word “Bell”).  However our personal definition of “Taco” at this blog is simple the word ‘Delicious’.  Check out some of the sexiest looking Tacos we’ve ever seen, here are our favorite taco recipes from chefs around the world. From fish tacos with creamy lime guacamole to crispy fried chicken-filled tacos, try as many of these as you can.

Tacos al Pastor

Steak Tacos
Barbacoa Beef Tacos with Two Sauces
Fish Tacos with Tomatillo-Jalapeño Salsa
L.A. Gas Station Tacos
Marinated Skirt Steak Tacos with Pecan-Chipotle Salsa
Scrambled Egg and Swiss Chard Tacos
Grilled-Chicken Tacos
Grilled Pork and Onion Tacos
Fried Chicken Tacos
Chipotle-Rubbed Salmon Tacos
Shrimp Tacos with Pickled-Red-Onion Salad
Fried-Fish Reuben Tacos
Chicken and Cabbage Tacos with Cilantro Cream
Fresh-Chorizo-and-Potato Tacos
Chicken & Poblano Tacos with Crema
Chicken Tinga Tacos
Crunchy Tofu Tacos
Tacos al Pastor

IllaDaProducer Explains The Origins Of The “Killshot”.


As I was buying a whole new bunch of Christmas presents for my team, I finally came to the “music gear”, and in the process of doing research, I stumbled across an extremely interesting video.  Eminem’s record-breaking diss track, “KILLSHOT,” was the final salvo in his late-summer feud with Machine Gun Kelly. The scorching song was a direct response to MGK’s own diss track, “Rap Devil,” which was in turn prompted by the shots Eminem took at the Cleveland rapper on “Not Alike.” Production on “KILLSHOT” is handled by IllaDaProducer, who also placed several tracks on Eminem’s most recent album, ‘Kamikaze.’ The Florida-based beatmaker spoke with Genius about creating the track on the latest episode of ‘Deconstructed.’  Check the method.

Dumbo… Again.


We’ve heard the news of the new live action ‘Lion King’ cast, and (some of us) have seen the new trailer for the new reimagining of Aladdin, but here was have a new look at yet another remake of an animated Disney “Classic”. The full trailer for Disney and director Tim Burton’s live-action remake of Dumbo debuted during the Country Music Association Awards tonight, and while this adaptation does appear to be taking a few liberties with the original story, it certainly seems to have captured the spirit of the beloved animated classic.  The movie follows a former circus star (Colin Farrell) who’s life is turned upside down when he returns home from the war. When he rejoins a troupe led by Max Medici (Danny DeVito), he becomes the carer of a newborn elephant who is the laughing stock of the circus because of his enormous ears.  When word gets out that Dumbo can fly, V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton) visits the circus, determined to exploit the little elephant’s magical ability for his own gain.  Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think in the usual place.

NYC The Way Ludwig Farve Sees It.


Ludwig Favre, Born in France in 1976, in north of Paris. Ludwig Favre is a Photographer specializing in major cities and landscapes of America, raised in Paris, he has created visuals on a variety of media platforms from advertising campaigns to magazine editorials, books, gallerys over the world.  Ludwig Favre is without doubt a man with skills and a keen sensibility for aesthetics and composition.  Favre travels the world documenting its wonders in a way that elevates their look, creating an almost surreal, paint-like quality to the very landmarks we probably take for granted. From the front-facing wall of a building, to national parks, the designs of universities, pristine beaches and cityscapes around the world, click on any of Favre’s projects on his official online portfolio and you’ll be inspired by every shot, each representing a stunning scene of the world like you’ve probably not appreciated as much before.  Here’s his take on the one-and-only New York City.

The OLAB Salon.


Some of the most amazing visuals come from the most unexpected places.  The Olab Coiffeurs Salon in Montreal has an incredible marketing campaign that not only shows off their hair styles, but the prowess of the make up artists as well.  From the backgrounds, to the “clothing” patterns, this collection is amazing.  Check the method below.

CLIENT Olab Coiffeurs Salon_Montréal
HAIRDRESSER  Rodrigo AranedaPHOTOGRAPHER  PINCH_Martin TremblayART DIRECTION  Caroline BlanchetteSTYLIST  Sandra Bernard
MAKE UP ARTIST  Marika D’Auteuil

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