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Category: Geek Art + Craft

Halo: Reach Machinima – You Will Never Get the Power Core!

Halo: Reach Machinima – You Will Never Get the Power Core!
I’m actually not sure if you can call something with live action video “machinima,” but that really doesn’t matter, because this Halo:Reach fan film is just plain awesome no matter what you call it.…
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There’S a 32.33 (Repeating of Course) Percentage of You Buying This Shirt

There’S a 32.33 (Repeating of Course) Percentage of You Buying This Shirt
For the gung-ho World of Warcraft geeks out there… Finally, you can take on the mantle of Ben Schulz’ infamous avatar. If only this had come out last Halloween.…
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Professor at New York University has Camera Installed in His Head

Professor at New York University has Camera Installed in His Head
When it comes to art, I am a bit of a purist. I like Italian artists from back in the renaissance days. There is some modern art that I think is pretty cool, but here are…
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I Love the Smell of the Moon in the Morning

I Love the Smell of the Moon in the Morning
I have never really though about what the moon would smell like. I would assume that dirt smells like dirt no matter where you scoop it from. The closest I have ever come to smelling the…
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Minimal Doctor Who Posters: Who Are You?

Minimal Doctor Who Posters: Who Are You?
These awesome-looking minimal Doctor Who posters feature the first six Doctors from the long running BBC science-fiction program. These minimal posters were designed by Alex Freeman and I have to say that I like them.…
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Alien Wedding Cake: Chestburster Civil Unions Approved

Alien Wedding Cake: Chestburster Civil Unions Approved
This Alien wedding cake made the rounds on the internet about a year ago, but somehow I missed out on it. But like many things on the ‘net, everything old is new again, so I figured…
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Army Men Bowl Reminds Me of Younger Days

Army Men Bowl Reminds Me of Younger Days
When I was a kid, me and a couple of my friends would sneak hairspray outside along with matches from my dad’s ash tray and spend some time having war with the little plastic army men…
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Controlbot4000 T-Shirt: Atari Legs and Nintendo Arms

Controlbot4000 T-Shirt: Atari Legs and Nintendo Arms
The funny thing about this t-shirt design is that I actually think I’ve owned every single one of these video game controllers at some point in my life. Frankly, I was never a big fan of…
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Optimus Prime Ice Sculpture: Conquered by Megatron’S Evil Bic Lighter

Optimus Prime Ice Sculpture: Conquered by Megatron’S Evil Bic Lighter
How come it is that when I go to a party, the ice sculpture centerpiece looks like a swan or maybe a unicorn? Somehow I never manage get myself invited to the really cool parties, like…
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Mypolarice: a Fool and His Money Are Soon Parted

Mypolarice: a Fool and His Money Are Soon Parted
I’m going to go on record right off the bat and say if you buy this MyPolarIce, the universe will kick you in the balls (if you have balls). Call it karma, call it whatever you…
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Steam-Powered Record Player: Taking Steampunk Too Far

Steam-Powered Record Player: Taking Steampunk Too Far
It looks like someone is taking the whole steampunk thing a bit too far with this steam-powered record player. Would you want one? Seriously, I wouldn’t. My Technics SL1200s does the job fine. However, this thing…
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Icon Notepad Highlights the Duality of Note Taking

Icon Notepad Highlights the Duality of Note Taking
I don’t write anything down if I can get around it. I have a budget I follow each month to keep me from blowing all my money on gadgets and car parts. I could write it…
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LEGO Disc Thrower: Put Those Old Aol Discs to Good Use

LEGO Disc Thrower: Put Those Old Aol Discs to Good Use
Here’s further proof that you can build anything out of LEGO.  LUGNET member Philo made this awesome disc thrower a couple of years ago, and I think it’s still a fun project for LEGO enthusiasts since…
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3d Super Mario Bros. Diorama: No Glasses Required

3d Super Mario Bros. Diorama: No Glasses Required
We’ve featured a few Cubeecraft creations before, but if you’re a high-level Crafter and can do more than just cut and fold, the folks at Laboratory 424 have quite the project for you – a Super…
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Space Invaders Calendar: I Want to Shoo-Oo-Oo-Oot… the Whole Day Down

Space Invaders Calendar: I Want to Shoo-Oo-Oo-Oot… the Whole Day Down
This calendar isn’t exactly the most practical thing, since there’s no place to write down your appointments, but that doesn’t make it any less appealing to retro gamers like me. This Space Invader calendar has a…
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Papercraft Commodore Sx-64 Weighs Much Less Than the Original Luggable

Papercraft Commodore Sx-64 Weighs Much Less Than the Original Luggable
If you don’t remember the Commodore SX-64, it was the retro computer maker’s first attempt at a portable computer. The beastly box weighed in at a backbreaking 23 pounds. Thankfully, this papercraft version is a little…
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