Props going out to the Museum of Endangered Sounds - sounds from the past that are no longer part of our daily lives captured so kids can hear that sweet, sweet dial-up symphony of squelches and beeps we used to live with. Read More >>
This week we give props to WebVR and Google Experiments. Virtual Reality has taken leaps and bounds in just a few years and now WebVR begins to make some of the amazing experiences more easily shareable and available - in some cases even through your web browser. Read More >>
Want a weird and wild web experience set to music? Then Friday Props has you covered as we dive into Recollection - an interactive journey through ten years of sound. Read More >>
At Cafe 239-20 in Hongdae, Seoul, South Korea you can be forgiven for thinking you've entered an alternate 2D reality, because the proprietors of the cafe have made it that way - it's not your fault.
Friday Props this week going out to the amazing 2D Cafe.
It came from the Lagoon! It was RADIOACTIVE! NOBODY expected ... the Pulp-o-Mizer! This week we are tipping our hat the fun tool that let's you build your own pulp fiction magazine covers. Read More >>
Once a commonplace site, cigarette vending machines are a thing of the past, but recently have been spotted in the wild with a fantastic new product being delivered - works of art. Read More >>
Cereal has been on our minds recently because we almost ran out. Disaster was averted so no need to rush out and start a GoFundMe or anything.
This week we bring you some weird, wacky and wild cereals we found on Amazon. Handy links if you want to buy some and send it to us (or even yourself I suppose). Read More >>
We're back with Friday Props and this week we bring you an excellent parody product: Lookout.
We all spend too much time glued to our phones and other screens and so this speaks to me, but it also is just spot-on hilarious. Props to the minds behind this gem. I hope every one of you gets a chance to look up this weekend. Read More >>
Ranking everything from 007 to h2o...
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This Friday props is solely dedicated to technology, the cool , the weird and the unbelievable. Need I say more... Since the inception of film, if you wanted to shoot a car for a commercial or movie, you needed that actual car on-set. With The Mill Blackbird Transformable Car Rig, you can shoot any car in the world with this one tool and it looks super cool. Now I'm not sure how I feel about this next prop. Robots serving you your food seems a little creepy and impersonal to me, but its happening in china right now. I've always been skeptical about Read More >>