Adventure Time is super popular with both kids and adults, because it is funny, unique and original. The characters are awesome. It has inspired many artists to make their own Adventure Time art. It should be celebrated.
Professional sculptor Hector A. Arce mashed up Game of Thrones with SoulCalibur in this grisly stattuete. He calls it Throne of Souls, and it shows the fighting game villain sitting on a throne that’s “made up of the souls and swords of his fallen enemies.”
I have to be honest. I haven’t been a Nintendo fan for ages. These consoles that once had great games just haven’t had anything worth playing for ages. That’s just my opinion. However, this footage from Mario Kart 8 has me actually excited for a Nintendo game.
We’ve featured awesome papercraft Iron Man and War Machine figurines before, but Kai-Xiang Xhong’s creation easily eclipses those two. The 20-year-old papercraft enthusiast made a life-size, wearable and wonderfully made Iron Man suit using nothing but cardboard.
If you want to play LEGO Game of Thrones, you wish or you die. Nah, you go to Citizen Brick. The company that’s harvesting the fruits of LEGO’s refusal to create an adult line of toys has a series of minifigs with the awesomely bad title Dragon Sword Fighter Force.
In my area, we have lots of train tracks so it’s not uncommon at all to have to sit and wait for a train to cross in front of you. I normally sit there wondering why people go out of their way to tag the boxcars with graffiti.
This isn’t your father’s Oldsmobile. It is Bronie Hayden Sailer’s, who is a serious fan of Princess Luna from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. It takes a serious Pony fan to ride around in this classic Olds decorated with a custom hood ornament that looks like the little Pony.
Logitech has rolled out a new portable wireless speaker with a playful design. The X100 speaker is able to connect to your smartphone or other device wirelessly using Bluetooth. While it’s small enough to fit in the palm of you hand, Logitech says it “delivers rocking sound” which I have to assume means it’s loud for its size.
ThinkGeek is showing off an interesting new product called the Laser-guided Tactical Necktie. It’s aimed at the man who has to wear a tie in the corporate warzone. The necktie goes around your neck like a normal tie, but has special features to help you get ahead in the office – and to torment kitties.
Digital audio software lets you emulate the sounds of instruments that you don’t own or know how to play in real life. But these programs don’t eliminate the learning curve. They’re still not intuitive. Imitone can change that.
Upuaza Touryou likes to have fun with Amazon boxes. He previously built a model temple out of them. So it only makes sense that now he has built a tank. An amazing, remote controlled tank of a Type 97 Chi-Ha, which was used by the Imperial Japanese Army in the late 1930s and early 1940s.