Tag Archives | Face

…The Muppets are terrible drivers?

Muppet Speed Camera

In Germany, speed cameras are set up to capture both the license plate of the car in question as well as the drivers face, while blurring the identity of the passengers for privacy purposes, because “The number plate is not enough. We need clear evidence of who is driving the vehicle too.”

Apparently one British driver (whose driver’s seat is conveniently on the opposite side of his German counterparts) has discovered this system, and is taking full advantage of it by placing a stuffed Muppet in the driver’s/passenger’s seat as he flies by the cameras.

So far he’s got the authorities fooled, but as soon as they can figure out which Muppet is going along for the ride, they intend to fully interrogate him until he reveals the identity of the clever co-driver.

[Via: Nothing To Do With Arbroath]

…Face Your Manga gives you an identity?

Face Your Manga

Face Your Manga is the current craze in the Twitter world, as it allows you to quickly and easily create a face from an almost endless amount of options that you can then use as your avatar.

It also works on forums, social network profiles, and anywhere else you need to put a face to your name, so check it out and see what you can do.

[Face Your Manga]

(Mine is currently on my Twitter Profile if you’d like to see it.)

…Faces look funny upside-down?

Continuing the theme of interesting photo techniques, this one involves putting parts of a face on your chin and then taking an upside-down photo of your face:

Upside-Down Faces

[Via: Popgive]

…Jon Dyer loves facial hair?


According to the official chart of facial hair types, there are 34 different types of facial hair.

According to Jon Dyer, he’s done 24 of them so far, and plans to continue until his face has featured each one.

Check out his blog for a documentation of his quest.

[Jon Dyer’s Blog – The Quest For Every Beard Type]

[Via: Swissmiss]

…It’s Thing Thursday: Rolling Razor?

Rolling Razor

The Rolling Razor is a new type of razor that uses two opposing heads to shave “in multiple directions with a single stroke”. Also, having both heads allows you to shave both with and against the grain in fewer strokes for a closer shave.

Available in both men’s and women’s styles, it’s designed to give you a faster and easier shave, and with an innovative handle, it “puts you in control”.

The Rolling Razor might not go Mach 3, but your face and body probably won’t mind.

[Rolling Razor]

[Photo Via: Jurek Durczak]