Vibram’s FiveFingers line of foot-glove shoes has taken off this year like gangbusters. Here some photograph is preview of the 2011 line, where the company will expand on its road running collection with the Bikila LS model. It has an off-center speed lacing system and a new type of sole.
Also, latest news: In 2011, Vibram will be launching its first-ever FiveFingers children’s collection. but sadly no pics available for the kiddie foot-gloves yet.
Stay Hotel in a Helicopter – 直升机的酒店 –
No matter where we fly, there are no worry for residency.
AirPlane providing hotel for their customers who consume their services.
May be you might wonder how is the quality inside the airplane, with no doubt i may say is perfectly contented.
The company are using hotel+helicopter = hotelicopter,
is actually also a airplane but providing different services that really amaze people.
而且， 感觉很稳吧 –
还有 ‘护航’ ？
这就是所谓的 【飞行酒店】，【空中酒店】，【直升机酒店】，【air’s hotel】
For more information , u may visit- http://www.gizmag.com/
If this kind of shoes really appear in market, will you buy and wear it?
Whose idea is this?
Do let me know if anyone of you knew who is the designer.
Anyway, have to admit his/her talent too for having such idea.
Using fish as our shoes? rats? human legs?
Imagine! you go to anywhere you think you can be, just name it. Every once you talk to someone then a stench smell approach to you or the one who talking to you.
How you feel ?!
Imagine! Shoes provide your leg safety and comfortable surface rather than you step on the earth sense the temperature of earth!
Take the ‘fish’s’ shoes for example.. your sole feel cool, and smooth and your nose enjoying the smell?!!
Shoes of fish!
Shoes of Asian’s leg
Shoes of Mat Salleh’s leg
Shoes of rats
DUBAI Lilypad Floating City
Architectural Concept: Lilypad Floating City
Water CityBy now, most of us have heard about the Island Cities being built in Dubai , but Inhabitat has just done a feature on a new concept by artist Vincent Callebaut for a self-sufficient floating city that will never have to face a problem about finding land to build on. The “Lilypad” would take advantage of all of today’s green technologies, including generating power from the sun, wind and water, and would produce zero emissions from its residents.. Don’t expect to see construction on one of these anytime soon, but don’t be surprised if, like the Island Cities in Dubai , real estate starts branching out into the oceans in the next decade.