British sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor drew the ire of some people when he secured the "exclusive rights to use Vantablack (the blackest substance known) for artistic purposes."
But instead of getting mad, British artist Stuart Semple developed Black 2.0, "the world’s mattest, flattest, black art material." It sells for $15 for a 150mL bottle, and is available to anyone on the planet, with the exception of one person - the website states that Black 2.0 is "Not available to Anish Kapoor."
Despite the upfront cost, electric toothbrushes are much better at removing plaque than those freebies from the dentist’s office. For those who struggle to fill the American Dental Association’s recommended two minutes of brushing time, or anyone with limited dexterity, a sonic toothbrush can give your oral care routine a boost.To keep your chops healthy […]
Learning a new language will give your resume an upgrade, sure, but it will also provide a huge cognitive boost for mental tasks outside of translation and conversation. Bilingual brains have been shown to be better at handling multiple concurrent tasks, and gaining fluency in a new tongue is an amazing way to improve memory, […]
If you struggle to get a good night’s rest, consider replacing your pillows before dropping hundreds on a new mattress. You can give your tired neck a break with a 2-pack of memory foam pillows, available now in the Boing Boing Store.Each of these pillows is stuffed with cooling polyurethane foam that molds to your […]