Tag - FIRE!

Warlock Cigars

A Tale of Tequila, Warlocks and Mild...

After seeing Tim Ferriss’ video of a sneak peek at some Four Hour Chef mayhem/Four Hour Body cheat day treat-ness, I decided to give it a go. Why? Because it was tequila hot chocolate that utilizes cigar smoke-infused milk foam. Which...

Darvaz

In Darvaz, They Have No Problem Keeping the...

Why is that exactly? According to English Russia, this crater near Darvaz in Uzbekistan…well, they were drilling along and found a big cavern of gas. And… …they ignited it so that no poisonous gas could come out of the...

Arcade Classics in Candlevision!

So it’s some stop motion arcade classics, all created with candles. And yes, it only lasts about a minute and a half with only part of that being actual gameplay…but really, how much of it would you be able to pull off before...

Flame Effects: Arthur Brown Said It Would Be...

Mikey Sklar, who we previously mentioned because of his trampoline/fire mashup, now has a Flame Effects blog up for…well, exactly what it says it is. This stuff is gorgeous and wicked. I must concur with MAKE Blog (where we found...

San Fran’s Fire Arts Expo: A Pleasure...

In keeping with this evening’s fire theme, we point you to MAKE Blog yet again, where they’ve posted info and pics of the 2006 San Francisco Fire Arts Exposition. This is the place where lighting shit on fire is not just a hobby...

Pyrotuba!

If I Was a Tuba Playing to a Britney Spears...

This is hands down the weirdest thing I have seen all week. No contest. They win the kewpie doll. Direct link for the feedreaders. Found via VideoSift. Update: Regarding the origin of the pyrotuba, Boing Boing chatted with the gent behind it...

Trampoline + RFID + Fire = Jump-Activated...

“It’s not funny, my ass is on fi-re…” Okay, no, that young lady’s ass is not on fire. We think. Instead, she’s enjoying herself on the High-Lighter, Mikey Sklar’s RFID-enabled trampoline. The harder...

Javalog

Recycled Coffee Log?

Okay, we want to recycle as much as the next guy (think about that statement for a moment), but despite that we’re all for anything having to do with coffee. Here’s a fire log that’s made from old coffee grounds. Fine and...