Star Trek Series Barbie Dolls

In honor of Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary, Mattel is releasing three dolls from the Original Series, available for preorder now. Captain James T. Kirk, Mr. Spock, and Lieutenant Uhura will be available in their screen-accurate uniforms, complete with Starfleet insignia. Mr. Spock will come with the Vulcan “live long and prosper” salute, while Uhura comes with her own gear. Hit the jump for a closer look.

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Via Geek.com.

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Banksy’s School House

Bridge Farm Primary School in Bristol held a competition to rename their house names after Bristol legends. The elementary school students chose Brunel, Blackbeard, Cabot, and Banksy. As a thank you, Banksy created a new mural on a blank wall of the building. The mural features a scribbled child figure playing with a stick and a flaming tire hoop. Banksy even left a hand-written letter to the school. Hit the jump for more images.

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Via This Is Colossal.

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Yeezy Season 2 Crepe Boots

We are proud to announce the arrival of the Yeezy Season 2 Crepe Boots. These boots are available for Men and Women, listed in European sizes. They feature a suede upper, leather lining on the inside, and a gum crepe outsole. The boots are made in Spain and available for purchase now at our NYC Flagship and Webstore.

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King Tut’s Meteorite Dagger

One of the artifacts found in King Tutankhamun’s tomb that confused scientists and archaeologists since its discovery was a dagger that was immune to rust and age. New research published in the Meteoritics & Planetary Science journal confirms that the blade was made with materials from a meteorite. Through X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, scientists were able to discern what elements were in the object: iron, nickel, and cobalt. These materials are all evident in space rocks that survive their fall to the Earth. This discovery indicates that King Tut’s craftsmen placed a high value on “iron of the sky” and knew about the meteoritic iron that would last. King Tut’s tomb may contain more meteorite in other blades and even his headrest.

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Via Smithsonian.

G-Star RAW Fifth Ave Flagship

In honor of G-Star RAW’s new Fifth Avenue Flagship, Pharrell embarked on an epic bike tour through New York with his BMX crew: Nigel Sylvester, Joey Bada$$, Austin Horse, Anthony DeRosa, and more. The tour began in Williamsburg, stopped at Soho, and ended at the Fifth Ave Flagship. Each store joined in the celebration by hosting different DJs: Clark Kent was at Williamsburg, Joey Bada$$ and Kirk Knight in Soho, and Virgil at Fifth Ave. Watch the recap from HYPEBEAST below and hit the jump for images.

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Space X THAICOM 8

Space X’s Falcon 9 rocket has successfully delivered the THAICOM 8 to a Super Synchronous Transfer Orbit on May 27th. The Falcon 9 successfully landed on their Of Course I Still Love You droneship in the Atlantic. Watch the precise landing in the clip below. Hit the jump for the Webcast and pictures from SpaceX.

Via SpaceX.

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OTHERtone Episode 22

This week, Scott and Pharrell welcomed The Lonely Island for the 22nd Episode of OTHERtone. Andy Samberg and Akiva Schaffer, two thirds of The Lonely Island, stopped by to discuss multiple topics from mixtapes to old school Bay Area Hip Hop, their upcoming movie POPSTAR, comedy and skateboarding. Take a look at some clips from the episode below. Hit the jump for more images.

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Chance the Rapper ft. 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne – “No Problem” Music Video

We’ve been enjoying Coloring Book, the third mixtape from Chance the Rapper since its release earlier this month. Chance has released the official music video for “No Problem” featuring 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, and many cameos. Shouts to Chance for rockin’ a Billionaire Boys Club crewneck in the vid. Turn the volume up and watch the video below.

XOCO Chocolate 3D Printer

By now, you’ve heard about the many capabilities of a 3D printer. Michiel Cornelissen Ontwerp, a Dutch design studio, has created the XOCO 3D chocolate printer aimed towards food aficionados. The printer can create custom objects with chocolate; it essentially uses chocolate as the ink. It is based on a polar coordinate system complete with a rotating buildplate and single pillar. Take a look at how it works below and hit the jump for more images. Learn more about the XOCO here.

Via Design Milk.

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