Random Radness is a collection of epic images we have stumbled upon on the internet or have been submitted to us. We think they are both rad and random.

The 2021 Tesla Cybertruck is a massive truck with sports car performance! Watch as Jay Leno and SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk take this new car for a spin.

We couldn’t agree more with youtube comment…Regardless of who you want to win, Conor vs Justin would be a striking masterpiece!

Five trips, four years and one epic switch back heel crossed off the NBD list, Miles’ victory at Wallenberg didn’t come easy. This is one helluva battle.

Oliver Tree has shared an accompanying music video for his latest single, “Bury Me Alive.” The four-minute visual, supposedly directed by Tree himself on a $6 USD budget, sees the artist sporting his iconic bowl cut and pink, purple and yellow track jacket. Strolling along railroad tracks, he performs the song with a pair of red sunglasses and face prosthetics.

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Chris Trevino is one the hardest working tattooers, sometimes working for 30 hours straight. Chris pioneered the look of Texas tattooing, but his true love is the Japanese style.

Ink addicts is a gallery in which we celebrate the art of tattooing. We are sharing images from across the internet that we have stumbled across or that have been submitted via email. We love the tattoo community and our intentions are to shine more light and acceptance on tattoos. Check out these amazing pieces.

In a future where humankind has lost the ability to see and is forced to interact in new ways, a set of twins with sight is born, challenging the status quo.

Here are two sessions from the most iconic beach for the sport of Skimboarding. first session Included Austin Keen on a beautiful sunny day at Aliso Beach. The second session had much better conditions with a few of the pros connecting the rare wedge style waves.

Random Radness is a collection of epic images we have stumbled upon on the internet or have been submitted to us. We think they are both rad and random.

There is one meme firmly associated with the rise of the Coronavirus pandemic: the bait-and-switch meme known as “Wood Sitting On A Bed.” Most of us know the meme “Wood Sitting on a Bed” or, at least, we’ve been tricked into seeing the explicit photo of a mysterious man sitting on a bed with his genitals exposed. But there’s much more behind the meme and the man in the photo.

While stuck at his home, artist Dr. Farvadin Daliri used his time to build a giant laughing kookaburra to act as the official mascot of the Townsville Cultural Festival, a three-day event that celebrates the cultural diversity of Australia. Before bringing it over to the festival, Daliri drove this marvelous sculpture around with his truck through the streets of Brisbane, Queensland, where its giant visage and distinctive call brought smiles to resident’s faces.

“Today was awesome, the guys doing the tree trimming with the helicopter allowed me to mount a GoPro to the helicopter to record the blades of death doing their thing and it does not disappoint!! Thanks again to Craig, Jason and Marcus for allowing this to happen. You guys kickass!” … Fuck yeah this is some wild viewing.

The Roads Were Flooded, So This Miami Guy Decided It Was A Good Time To Go Water Skiing, why not right!

Travis Pastrana’s long-time friend (and sometimes rival behind the wheel) Ken Block recently filmed his own Gymkhana GRID course at the Hoonigan Racing Division race shop in Park City, Utah. Filmed only by his family, Ken ended the video by calling out Travis to make his own version to see if he could do better. Knowing Travis … he pulled out all the stops: hot dogs, Subarus, motorcycle burnouts, and maybe the fastest Can-Am donuts we’ve ever seen. Did he take the win?

In 2003, the construction of the multi-billion dollar investment project “The World” was announced. The man-made archipelago shaped like a map of the earth was planned to feature luxurious houses and tourist-resorts located all within just a short boat ride from Dubai. But today, more than 10 years after the completion of these islands, there is hardly anything built on them. What happened here?