Vision 1789 Biomethane Hypercar
Photo credit: Vision Automobiles Paris
Vision Automobiles Paris may not be synonymous with hypercars, but if their latest project actually makes it into production, the name most certainly will. The most famous French supercar manufacturer currently is Bugatti, but the Vision 1789, named after the French Revolution, will definitely turn some heads, as it’s powered by a biomethane-powered engine.

Sonic the Hedgehog Statue Japan
When on a motorcycle ride through the countryside in Japan (Kansai region’s Mie Prefecture), the last thing you’d expect to see would be a giant Sonic the Hedgehog statue, but that’s exactly what happened with a group of friends back in 2015. Some internet sleuths discovered that pictures exist of it online from 2009, so nobody can really pinpoint where exactly it came from. Unfortunately, the statue was left in disarray for quite some times, that is until…August 2020.

Haaks Opperland Camper
Haaks Opperland Camper looks normal at first, but upon closer inspection, you’ll realize that it’s actually a mini two-story sustainable home on wheels. What about the vehicle? It’s a Fiat Ducato, and yes, it comes with the Opperland camper unit itself. To purchase it outright, you’re looking at shelling out approximately $153K, which includes Netherland’s private motor vehicle and motorcycle tax (BPM) and the European Union’s value-added tax (VAT).

Prinker S Temporary Tattoo Printer
In most cases, a temporary tattoo refers to a non-permanent image that can either be drawn, painted, airbrushed, or needled in the same way as a permanent one, but with an ink that dissolves in the blood within 6 months. Many have either seen or used decal-style temporary tattoos, but what about Prinker S? This temporary tattoo printer basically sprays ink onto your skin in any design you want using cosmetic ink-filled cartridges.