Andre the Giant may have died almost 25 years ago, but special effects artist Trent Taft from New York City is bringing the famed wrestler back to fans in the form of a hyper realistic sculpture.
Titled simply, Andre the Giant, the sculpture is a life size bust of the wrestler, cast in silicone.
Andre the Giant is iconic in the world of wrestling, and is probably one of the first faces that come to mind when you think of WrestleMania.
"Andre the Giant's size and presence alone mystified anyone who viewed him. As you watch videos of him wrestle or look at old photos, the reaction of the people who surround him are quite dramatic," Taft told Mashable. Read more...
Smartphone owners are all becoming photographers these days, but the Amir 2-in-1 lens kit will set you apart from the rest.
Originally $94.99, the kit is available on Amazon as a lightning deal for $20.99 until supplies last. (Which won't be long)
The kit features both a 0.6X super wide angle lens for a high definition wide angle image without distortion, and a 15X enhanced macro lens for extreme close-up shots.
As an added bonus, the clip-on attachment fits virtually every smartphone and and connects to lenses of all kinds, so you can attach your fisheye lens if you're looking for an aquatic POV. Read more...
If you're a home cook or know someone who is, you've probably heard of the Instant Pot Revolution. That's not even really an exaggeration — The Instant Pot, which claims to replace seven common appliances, including "a Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, and (even) Yogurt Maker," helps you prepare meals in a flash.
And people love it: it has 84% 5-star reviews on Amazon, a rarity for picky cooks. It has 14 smart programs to cook almost anything to perfection, and the word on the street is it's a must-have for any kitchen these days. Read more...