Some of you might remember the actual sandbag couch I posted about HERE.
A Jerusalem based industrial designer took that concept and ran with it:
I actually like the look of it. Looks like it would be hell if you lost something out of your pocket, or had to vacuum it though.
As usual … queue the hilarious “purpose of” explanation…
The home becomes a “closed military zone” that in its comfort can diminish the natural defense mechanism. This exhibition raises the questions of security, anxiety, home and sense of security, at times when soldiers and civilians play equal part in the confrontation. This could be the confrontation with our enemies or the confrontation within us, between our primal behaviors and the tamed ones.
ROFL those never disappoint.
The designer Ezri Tarazi has a few other neat things on his site that he made out of old ammunition boxes you should make sure to check out (HERE).
I hope if people take the DIY authors advice and use discarded shell casings they picked up at a range they make sure to wash them VERY VERY well. You can get really sick from lead poisoning or from dirty gunpowder.
The player is drawn into the world of Dead Island on the brink of a mysterious zombie epidemic, that suddenly and with no warning breaks out on the fictional island of Banoi. As a guest of the Royal Palms Resort, the player’s stay was supposed to be a dream holiday, a get away from daily grind into the idyllic beaches of a tropical paradise. But suddenly and faced with unimaginable terror, there is only one thing left to do: survive…
- first-person melee combat
- 4 player co-op
- weapon customization
- set on an open world tropical island
- RPG elements for character development
- hordes of gruesome zombies
For Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and PC – Release Date: 2011
Louis Theroux journeys to the centre of the controversial South African hunting industry. It’s big business, attracting thousands of holiday hunters annually. Keeping wild animals fenced in on farms has made it cheaper and easier to hunt than ever before, but Louis discovers that this industry, instead of endangering species, has actually increased animal numbers. Staying at a safari hunting lodge, Louis hears that each kill has a price. The potential shopping list is endless, ranging from $250 for a porcupine to $100,000 for a rhino. It’s a hunter’s paradise.
A couple of years old, but seems pretty good. I haven’t finished watching it yet though.