Behold: the 1957 Toyota FJ25 Land Cruiser – originally designed as a US military vehicle for the Korean war, this 3.9l inline six powered variant is one of the rarest of all Land Cruisers, drawing on the best elements of the Jeep and Land Rover to create something even better.
Completely restored in 2018 and complete with Firestone military tyres, original hubs and onboard jerry cans, it’s yours for about €75,000.
Behold: the Kiwano Koi+ electric scooter – a single wheeled scooter capable of a pedestrian friendly 20km/h with a 1000W hub motor packing a 40km range.
The Koi+’s ‘mono-shock’ suspension system and chunky polycarbonate tyre soak up bumps and provide light off-road capability, including the ability to tackle 30 degree inclines.
Step on. Lean forward. It does this.
Yours for around €1,152.
Just go with it.
A twofer from director Kouhei Nakama.
Music: ‘Hella’ and ’Calm The F**k Down’ by Broke For Free.
He’s wasted in construction, this guy.
Part of an underwater performance by British artist Sue Austin in her submersible wheelchair, customised with perspex fins and battery-powered propellors.
Part of a longer performance commissioned for the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, filmed in the waters off Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt by Norman Lomax.
The mesmerising shenanigans of a large spiral of cut aluminium manipulated by designer and fabricator Chaz Capobianco (who may just have invented the new Slinky).
Japanese dance crew XTRAP break out the LED gloves to show off their impressive finger-tutting skills.
And if you liked that, here’s an equally impressive solo performance.
Stephanie Pokomy wins Halloween with a crocheted luminescent Slimer costume created for her son.
An impressive/terrifying move-busting interlude by Boston Dynamics quadrubot Spot Mini.
Previously in Kill All Humans related news: Cassie And Spot
Freestyle Singaporean ‘wind dancer’ Kyra Poh does her thing (inside an indoor skydiving vertical wind tunnel) at the 2018 Wind Games.