Need some new, high fashion clothes? New York Fashion Week has you covered. Check out these Star Wars outfits seen here modeled by a group of women who don’t look like they’ve eaten a decent meal since 1999.
If you want some, freaky LEGOs baby, you betta’ call… Ghostbusters! Back in January, we learned that LEGO would be making an official Ghostbusters LEGO set. The images that were floating around were a fan made set that was put on the Cuusoo site and won enough votes to be turned into an official kit.
This Cthulhu lamp is very impressive and intimidating. You have to be brave to decorate with this kind of lighting. It was made by Karl Dupéré-Richer, who clearly knows how to terrorize and decorate at the same time.
Artists, it’s time to transmute your skills into fame, treasure and a trip to Blizzard’s headquarters. The game developer has teamed up with the online community deviantART to set up the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls fan art contest.
Looking for a new watch? Love video games? Then you’ll love the Classic Arcade watch. Granted, it’s bulky, but the fact that it looks like you’ve got a miniature arcade strapped onto your wrist more than makes up for it.
If you ever played Rock Band, you might recognize the name Harmonix. Harmonix is the company behind that game, and word is that the company is working on a new music game. But time the game is said to also be a first-person shooter.
You know how forensic artists are. They can’t pass up an opportunity to take a skull and see what it looked like when it was alive. They might even be curious to see what the skull-shaped bottle of Crystal Head Vodka looked like, had it been living.
George Zisiadis – one of the designers behind the sweet mistletoe drone – shares with us one of his latest concepts: a public art installation on the facade of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History filled with large pinwheels.
There’s nothing sadder than a fat dog. It’s bad enough that we American’s need to stuff our faces until we all look like Baron Vladimir Harkonnen from Dune, but it’s even worse that we fatten our animals too.
Remember back in the 80s action movie heyday when anything with Arnold Schwarzenegger in it was guaranteed to make lots of money. These were the days when Arnie was jacked, and blowin’ shit up was his shtick.
Last week in the California desert, a $2.2 billion solar plant opened that creates electricity by harnessing solar energy. Rather than using traditional solar panels, this facility has hundreds of mirror-like reflectors that shoot the sunlight at a tower filled with water in the center of the mirror arrays.
After releasing LEGO miniature kits for the Atari 2600 and the Commodore 64, Chris “Powerpig” Mcveigh takes on the king of 8-bit consoles. His mini NES is made of 220 LEGO pieces, including two controllers and a couple of cartridges that can be inserted into the tiny console.