You may not know who Marina Romanova-Arnott is, but after you check out her newly launched online art gallery, you certainly will. The Orange County-based philanthropist, artist and art collector created Marina4Art.com as a way to not only share her massive private collection (which includes artists like Dali, Warhol, Banksy, LaChapelle, and even her own works), but to also sell a few.
Just because you have a luxury sports car doesn't mean that you know how to drive it, and there's a good chance you've terrified one (or several) of your friends with your high-speed cornering and sudden braking.
Earlier in the month Silverstein Properties announced that 50 percent of New York's Four Seasons Private Residences at 30 Park Place had already been sold after just four months. Found at the corner of Church Street and Park Place in Tribeca, the building is set to stand at 926 feet high with 82 stories and fantastic 360-degree views of the city.
Leaving your office during rush hour in Los Angeles to make dinner at French Laundry in Napa Valley might seem impossible, but it won't be if AeroMobil has a say. The sleek, stylish flying car can take you out of the parking lot, and into the air—all you need is a runway and a destination.
As fun as Halloween is, let's not forget that October is also Breast Cancer Awareness month. More people have been afflicted with this cancer than you may realize and many are fighting for awareness and progress in more ways than one, from high-powered celebrities to little kids selling lemonade. And now you can too with this BCRF Pink Wishbone Chair.
Just because it's Halloween doesn't mean you have to fill your home with cheesy decorations like bats and witches from the dollar store. It's much better to create a mood instead, treating your home like the set of a Hitchcock film and not an Eli Roth production (meaning, you don't need buckets of blood to get the job done).
Many great writers have defined, as best as they could, the poetry and mystery of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and even more artists have called it home (George R.R. Martin, Cormac McCarthy, Georgia O'Keeffe, to name a few). It is the oldest capital in the United States and at 7,000 feet above sea level, it is also the highest. The early cold and the bracing, high altitude air, as D.H. Lawrence once wrote, makes "the stars snap like distant coyotes, beyond the moon."
Halloween is coming up fast and nothing really gets you in the spirit like creepy photos—well, aside from haunted houses, popping out of closets to scare your friends, dressing your poor dog up like Superman for the sake of social media, and overdosing on pumpkin spice everything. We love finding neat photographers, especially when they're inspired by horror films and produce photos that make us squint our eyes and lean precariously close to the image.
Just in time for ghost-hunting season (because what else would you use it for?), Seek Thermal is a neat sensor for your smartphone. Most objects give off heat and thermal cameras like this capture that radiation even in the absence of visible light.
Ice buckets are generally a necessary evil to keep your wine (or beer) chilled, with most of the designs boring and uninspired, but this Epicureanist Silver Ice Bucket works as a fantastic center piece too. With its bigger size, you can also fit several bottles in there at once, making it a great gifting idea for the wino in your life—or a nice little indulgence for yourself.
In case you missed it, The World's 50 Best Bars announced their picks Thursday for 2014, giving you the pub crawl to end all pub crawls. Put on by Drinks International, the winners were chosen by over 330 industry professionals and includes bars from 14 different counties, with the top 10 dominated by London and New York. In fact, North America made up for 16 of the overall 50, with four landing at the top of the list. Check out the top 10 below and see if your favorite made the cut!
Elon Musk is officially the coolest CEO. Late last night at the Hawthorne Municipal Airport outside of Los Angeles he announced the new Tesla D (which stands for dual motor), which is a way better all-wheel version of the Model S Sedan. Okay, so the car won't completely drive itself like rumors were predicting (though that is still in Tesla's future), but it's still a Tesla and that alone is enough for most.
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