Tanner Foust, an American professional racing driver and stunt driver, broke the world record for a distance jump in a four-wheeled vehicle at the Indianapolis 500 on May 29th, 2011. Watch as Tanner Foust drops 10 stories down 90 feet of orange track and soars 332 feet (101 meters) through the air.
Via: The PreSurfer
Flickr user COOP scanned and posted a 1964 mail order catalog for hotrod art pioneer Ed “Big Daddy” Roth filled with fantastic t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, and other hot merch. Be warned, it “contains lots ‘trash’ and ‘super ugly’ designs to stoke and sicken your mind!” Ed “Big Daddy” Roth 1964 Monster Catalog
Calling All Creative Pros
We’re holding our first Adobe User Group meeting TONIGHT (2/10/09) , and you’re invited! This first meeting is free for everyone, whether you’re a member of DCS or not. If you use Adobe creative software and you live in the Dayton area, this meeting is for you!
- Tuesday, February 10 @ 6pm
- School of Advertising Art in Kettering (Google map)
- This meeting is free and open to all Adobe users (a small fee may be charged for future events)
- Presentation – Adobe User Group: purpose, plans, and benefits
- Demonstration – Joining and using our Adobe User Group online
- Demonstration – Using Adobe® Kuler™ to create perfect color palettes
- Networking – Rub elbows with fellow Adobe users
DCS has begun a special partnership with Adobe Systems called an Adobe User Group. We are now the exclusive resource in the greater Dayton area for Adobe-sponsored meetings, workshops, speakers, and events related to Adobe® Creative Suite® Master Collection. Master Collection includes all of Adobe’s Creative Suite software, so we can cover each of the individual programs or creative themes at our events.
What’s the catch?
Our Adobe Group is a benefit of DCS membership, and doesn’t require a separate membership. Currently, DCS and GDAA members have free or discounted access to our meetings. Non-members may attend for a small fee, which varies based on the content of the event.
Adobe User Group online
The online group currently includes:
Shelby Black Hornet
Created specifically for Carroll Shelby from a stock 1968 Mustang, the Shelby Black Hornet starts at $100,000 and is now being auctioned off to benefit the Carroll Shelby Children’s Foundation. Identical to the Green Hornet Shelby GT500, this masterpiece offers a Cobra Jet 428 V8 engine producing 335 hp, Edelbrook aluminum heads, a top-loader 4-speed transmission, power steering, power brakes, Shelby 10-spoke wheels, and instant classic car cred.