Four Seasons have announced their new ultra luxurious private jet. The customized Boeing 757 will take up to 52 guests guests around the world on bespoke journeys. The next 24-day exclusive around the world tour booked for February 2015 is almost sold out and will take guests to nine of Four Seasons Hotels spread across the world, including exotic stops at Hawaii, Bora Bora, Sydney, Bali, Thailand and India. Trip will cost $119,000 a person. You can learn more about past Around the World by Private Jet experiences on Four Seasons Magazine. watch the video
Most social networks are all about keeping you social, finding out how your friends and family are doing and what they are up to, not Cloak, this new app helps you keep track of people you´d rather avoid, exes, co-workers, anyone youd rather not run into. The antisocial app uses location data from other social networks such as Instagram and Foursquare(support for more networks promised in the future) and lets you know if you´re getting to close to that jerk you´d rather avoid.
One for the DIY fan, the award winning LadderLimb
is a helpful ladder accessory that allows you to securely hang in place
buckets, paint cans and tool bags for ease of use and safety, it´s like
having a third hand on a ladder! The rubberized "limb” fits snugly
into most ladders. via
Available for purchase in Europe here
Also check out the ThumbSaver, a clever magnetic nail setter.
Exploring an atlas has always been a fascinating experience, but world atlas books all look the same. Around the World: The Atlas for Today, aims to change that, the book is a contemporary evolution of an atlas tailored to our information age. Illustrated with striking images, current topics and clear texts, the book is for anyone who is curious about the state of our planet and how we live today.
Available for purchase in Europe here
After the earlier Lytro Camera, equipped with technology that revolutionized digital cameras, Lytro is now back with the Illum; an innovative camera, again based on the light-field camera technology. The Illum is aimed at professional photographers and has an 8x optical zoom, maximum aperture of F/2.0 and can capture up to 1/4000 of a second. The innovation lies, however, in the light sensors and tight DSLR-like body, and as the original Lytro, the Illum makes focusing an afterthought, allowing you to make unprecedented adjustments in postproduction, such as adjusting focus, tilt, perspective, and depth of field at any time after the shots have been taken (you can check out an example here). watch the video
The Oscar Desk by Giorgio Bonaguro for Valsecchi 1918 is an Architects dream table. Made from solid wood and soft leather, the stylish and versatile work desk is inspired by architects drawing boards(the desk takes its name from Oscar Niemeyer), and features three storage spaces created by suspended soft leather curves of different widths, for keeping drawings, notes, journals or, for the less traditionalists, their tablet.
The desk was recently presented at the Milan Furniture Fair 2014 and should be available soon for purchase
Twisted is an English company that specializes in custom Land Rovers, they enhance Defenders, Range Rovers, Discoverys and Freelander vehicles. Their Twisted Alpine is a Defender thats been transformed inside and out into the ultimate adventure family cruiser. It is equipped with five seats up front, a large, secure, windowless load space in the back, and plenty of room on the roof for canoes and other gear. Head over to the Twisted website for more impressive builds. watch the video
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