Touch of Evil

Ice Cube for Eames, the perfect survival knife, a chromatic typewriter and more in our look at the web this week

Young photographer extraordinaire Alex Prager puts her dramatic spin on a series of video portraits for The New York Times. Watch Ryan Gosling emerge from a painting done by Prager’s sister Vanessa, see Kirsten Dunst bite from an evil apple and more in this villainous celebration of the year’s top actors.

Uber Logo Redesign

Ice Cube for Eames, the perfect survival knife, a chromatic typewriter and more in our look at the web this week

Self-described as “Everyone’s private driver,” Uber just got even better with its new logo, a sleek and modern “U” that more closely matches the type of service they offer. Whether picking you up in the rain in NYC or toting you around the streets of San Francisco, Uber is an ease to use thanks to their clever iPhone app ordering.

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Ice Cube for Eames, the perfect survival knife, a chromatic typewriter and more in our look at the web this week

1. iLaunch Thunder Spitballs and paper airplanes are for grade school children. Annoy your colleagues like a pro with this bluetooth-controlled foam missile launcher that uses a custom app to search and destroy unsuspecting passersby. 2. Higher Power Believe in a force greater than the typical power strip. A clever, practical idea by Means of Production that’s now jockeying for funds on Kickstarter, the cross-shaped …