We recently came across this rad new invention that we think is perfect for those adrenaline junkie moms and dads out there. With the creation of the longboard baby stroller all you crazy parents are now able to cruise the streets with your little ones.
This baby buggy invention is an innovative take on the longboard, with the seat section of a child’s stroller attached to the front, and a long board for mom or dad to stand on the back. Now, if you’re thinking, “But wait, is this crazy invention really safe?” Well according to Quinny, the developers of the longboard stroller, the product has been developed, tested and approved for optimal safety.
So, if you are keen on getting your child hooked on adrenaline rushes, or perhaps you just want a new way to cruise with your child, you now have a convenient opportunity to purchase one. Happy stroller-boarding!
Check out our latest video project for Mustang Survival’s Elite Inflatable PFD. It’s target market is elite bass fishermen which is a mix between guys who love to get out into nature and fish and engines roaring, high octane nascar racing.
OK, I’m not expecting another “Funeral” or more specifically another “Neighbourhood #3 (Power Out)”, but throw David Bowie, Arcade Fire and some Google programmers together and you’re pretty much guaranteed to get something pretty cool. In this case it’s the pre-release marketing for the new AF album “Reflektor”:
You’re going to need an Android phone or iPhone/iPad and then a laptop/desktop with a webcam that is running Google Chrome. But with a bit of patience you’ll get one heck of a innovative, highly interactive music video. This is really well done stuff guys. The song is pretty good too, seems like that disco beat is making a comeback this Summer.
I bumped into an old friend the other day that was an art director on the surreal Machotaildrop film and learned that finally after a long period of distribution woes, we can all watch this movie in the comfort of our own home. It’s weird, stylish and generally just awesome, check it out:
Paper Shredder from Paul Gemignani on Vimeo.
According to the creator this took 246 hours to make, but I think it was well worth it.