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Category: Geek Art + Craft

Mario Kart Replica Crashes into Police Box

Mario Kart Replica Crashes into Police Box
There are some things that can only happen in Japan, and this is one of them. A Korean tourist rented out a replica Mario Kart that you can actually drive on the streets around Tokyo. The catch is that the tourist clearly hasn’t learned how to drive on the road in one.

LEGO Kinetic Bat Model Flaps Its Wings

LEGO Kinetic Bat Model Flaps Its Wings
Kristal of JK Brickworks created this amazing kinetic LEGO model that is absolutely fascinating to watch. It is a custom designed kinetic sculpture of a fruit bat, which replicates the unique wing motion of the nocturnal flying mammal.
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Star Trek: TOS Pin Mate Enterprise Bridge Set Gives You Wood

Star Trek: TOS Pin Mate Enterprise Bridge Set Gives You Wood
Way back in the day, most toys that younger kids played with were made of wood. As time passed, most toys are now made of some sort of plastic. If you like Star Trek (the original series) and wooden toys, you will be thrilled about this.

Classic NES Box Art Now on Canvas

Classic NES Box Art Now on Canvas
I’m a sucker for old video game box art. My favorite systems when it comes to art were the Atari 2600 and the Nintendo Entertainment System. Back in those days they were able to sell the hell out of a game based on the box art alone.

Yoda Approves of This Dagobah Terrarium Does He

Yoda Approves of This Dagobah Terrarium Does He
If you want your frogs, lizards, and other cold-blooded creatures to undergo their Jedi training, this is the perfect place for it. They will enter as humble pollywog padawans and emerge as powerful swamp Jedi. Aside from not having any Luke and Yoda figures in here, this is an awesome habitat for frogs and the like.

This Wooden Starship Enterprise Goes Where No Tree Has Gone Before

This Wooden Starship Enterprise Goes Where No Tree Has Gone Before
I’ve seen lots of models of the Starship Enterprise over the years, but this wooden version by Kretschmer Kreativ is one of the most beautiful and elegant versions I’ve ever laid eyes on. Measuring in at 36″ long x 16″ wide x 8″ tall, the model is handmade entirely from wood and glue.

Hats off to Boba Fett with the Boba Bowler

Hats off to Boba Fett with the Boba Bowler
We always thought that Boba Fett was a true man’s man. If he grew up in the Victorian era, he’d be a proper gentleman, and he’d wear this hat. This Mandalorian bowler hat is made by the the folks at The Blonde Swan, and it’s truly awesome.

Review: Glow Cave Glow Cubes Brighten Any Room

Review: Glow Cave Glow Cubes Brighten Any Room
Glow Cave reached out to me a few weeks ago, and asked if I wanted to check out one of their cool light-up Glow Cubes. I saw the emoji cube with the poo emoji and decided to give one a look.

Giant Thor’s Hammer Replica Is only for the Pure of Heart (and the Massive)

Giant Thor’s Hammer Replica Is only for the Pure of Heart (and the Massive)
Look at this enormous hammer! It looks just like a giant version of Thor’s mighty Mjolnir from the Avengers flicks. Though this implement is made of foam, so I guess that means a mere mortal could wield it.

Surf’s Up on the LEGO Rainbow Wave Machine

Surf’s Up on the LEGO Rainbow Wave Machine
Look at that rainbow wave go. Taste the rainbow. I mean taste the LEGO. I mean, it’s just so wavy and pretty. Berthil van Beek makes many cool LEGO machines, but his latest machine is very very soothing and hypnotic.

Father and Son Build Hilariously Annoying Trombone Rifle

Father and Son Build Hilariously Annoying Trombone Rifle
What is the most ridiculous gun in the world? That would be this trombone gun. YouTuber CaptainQuinn and his son built this hilarious and obnoxiously loud trombone rifle about a year back. Sure, it isn’t new, but we thought we’d share because it is so fun and bizarre.

125,000-Piece LEGO Dinosaur Theme Park: Jurassic Brick

125,000-Piece LEGO Dinosaur Theme Park: Jurassic Brick
There are LEGOmaniacs and then there are LEGOmaniacs. James Burrows is a LEGOmaniac of the first order. Check out Beyond the Brick’s video of him giving a tour of his massive dinosaur themed LEGO park, complete with functional CoasterSaurus II roller coaster.

These Arcade Game Shadow Boxes are Simply Awesome

These Arcade Game Shadow Boxes are Simply Awesome
Do you love classic arcade games, but don’t have the room (or the cash) for an arcade cabinet in your living room? These fantastic pieces of arcade-inspired wall art are the next best thing. Each one of Glitch Arwork’s 3D shadow boxes uses a combination of authentic arcade graphics, along with some artistic license to make the scenes more dynamic and for the sake of composition.

LIfe-size Junk Darth Vader Sculpture: The Rusty Lord of the Sith

LIfe-size Junk Darth Vader Sculpture: The Rusty Lord of the Sith
Do you want to scare the crap out of visitors to your house? Well, this massive Darth Vader statue should do the trick just fine. It measures in at a whopping 7’2″ tall, which is about how tall the real Vader is, and it tips the scales at nearly 850 pounds, which is what Jabba the Hutt probably weighs.

How to Make a Pixel Perfect Super Mario Pie

How to Make a Pixel Perfect Super Mario Pie
If you want to make a geeky pie for a special occasion, check this out. Jessica from Pies from Awesome is about to show us how to create a Super Mario pixel pie. It’s a me, Edible Mario!

Actual Side-Scrolling LEGO Super Mario Bros. Diorama

Actual Side-Scrolling LEGO Super Mario Bros. Diorama
We’ve seen plenty of Super Mario Bros. dioramas, but most of them just stand still. Not this one. Jason Cichon created an actual moving side-scroller based on the classic Nintendo game, using LEGO bricks as his medium.
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