Deadpool fans who like to keep dry when it rains, this is your umbrella. It has a picture of Mr. Pool on the top eating a chimichanga filled with a stick of dynamite, as Chef Pool looks on at his explosive delicacy.
Steampunk fans needing a cool watch to go with a costume or just wanting something to wear around all the time will want to check out this Entropy Calibrator watch. It looks like something the main character in an HG Wells book would wear while on a time jaunt.
You know summer is here when LEGO minifigs can be found hanging out at the beach. After all, they like some fun in the sun and sand too. Robert Carlson of 5MadMovieMakers and some friends to built this awesome LEGO Sand Roller Coaster, and it is a joy to watch in action.
Growing up I used to watch a show on Nickelodeon called You Can’t do That on Television. People were always getting slimed on that show if they said “I don’t know.” I always wondered exactly what that green slime was made of.
Game of Thrones season 7 premieres on July 16, which is only a couple weeks away. I’m both excited and annoyed at season 7 of the series. We only get seven episodes, and then we wait a year or possibly more for the next season.
Looking for a yummy snack to eat while you play your Nintendo Switch? Well, here it is. Los Angeles baker Rosanna Pansino teamed up with Matthew Patrick of The Game Theorists to make some Nintendo Switch controller themed cookies.
At the 2017 Brickworld Chicago convention, Beyond the Brick founder Joshua Hanlon met up with LEGO enthusiast Tom Atkinson to talk about and take a tour of what is apparently now world’s largest LEGO Great Ball Contraption.
This project from EPBOT will give you a very cool shelf to display your Star Wars toys on. It’s currently designed to show off a Star Wars Funko POP! collection, but you could make one for any kind of Star Wars figures if you adjust the height of the shelves to fit your figures.
Lots of people get married in Las Vegas. It’s sort of a thing, and you can pick all kinds of weird themed weddings these days. You could do the traditional thing (well, traditional for Vegas anyway) and allow Elvis to marry you, or you could go down to the Taco Bell Cantina restaurant on the Vegas strip and get hitched, though I’m not sure it would be the destination wedding your bride expected.
Growing up, it would get really boring about 1.75 days into summer break, and I would be looking for anything to do. Since we lived in a rural area with literally nothing to do, that meant lots of daytime TV.
I always thought that the characters on Spongebob Squarepants were weird to begin with, but 3D character artist Miguel Vasquez has used his skills to create real life versions of SpongeBob and Patrick Star, and now they are truly nightmare fuel.
Every generation’s kids seem to know much more about technology than the prior generation. I grew up as part of the first wave of kids to use desktop computers, and now the little ones are using smartphones and tablets like they were born with them as appendages.
When he’s not creating awesome video games like Superhot, developer Marek Baczynski is giving vegetables the ability to roam the land. Marek recently gave a potato the freedom to travel on its own. The self-driving potato, named Pontus, runs entirely on its own electricity too.
I’m not the fancy sort. I prefer to wear clothing that doesn’t need to be ironed, and isn’t made from fancy materials. The only time I have ever needed cufflinks was with a rented tux at my cousin’s wedding.
Out of all the lunch meat companies out there, Oscar Mayer clearly has the largest wiener. I mean it’s wiener is so massive that it rides around on four wheels and has a driver inside. That is one big wiener, it’s like the John Holmes of processed lunch meats.