Check out this cool custom Return of the Jedi speeder bike motorcycle built by Vintage Works. You won’t see a cooler version anywhere outside of Endor.
The handlebars don’t just steer the bike, but they control the flaps in the front.
This is the creepiest thing you will see all day. I promise. This mechanical skull comes from Japanese sculptor Y Nakajima, and is inspired by Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest. I’m telling you now, don’t watch unless you want to have nightmares.
DIY your own TIE. TIE Fighter bookshelf that is. This fun bookshelf was made by Instructables contributor Ashley. it’s simply perfect for your Star Wars DVDs, books and comics.
If you want to make one for yourself she has provided instructions and a list of the materials that you will need.
Would you trust a robot to give you a tattoo? What you’re looking at here is the “world’s first tattoo by an industrial robot.” Notice how tightly the person getting the tattoo is strapped to the chair.
A very cool project has popped up on Kickstarter for a very unusual book. The book is made of laser-cut wood with puzzles that you have to solve to go to the next page. The book is called Codex Silenda: The Book of Puzzles and the story focuses on an assistant in the workshop of Da Vinci who gets trapped in the book when snooping in the shop.
The Smithsonian has spent about two years completely restoring the original USS Enterprise model that was used in all 79 episodes of Star Trek the original series. It’s hard to imagine spending two years working on a single model.
Kevin Kohler aka “The Backyard Scientist” does all kinds of cool and questionable stuff in his backyard. Well, now he has made a cool, or should I say hot, flaming sword.
Kohler filmed himself building a sword that’s literally on fire.
You know how those Pikachu characters randomly appear in parks around the world, and Pokémon GO players can run catch them if you are fast? Well a Pikachu has just popped up in park earlier this week in New Orleans, Louisiana but this one is real.
It seems like everytime I turn around a new Game of Thrones something or other is out. If you are a fan of the new adult coloring book craze, you might love this new coloring book that HBO will be selling directly from its shop starting in November.
Growing up, my grandmother loved to knit me blankets with lots of space between the braids or whatever you call them in knitting circles. The thing I never understood is how is a blanket that has so much open space supposed to keep you warm?
If you really, reeeeally like One Piece, and have deep pockets, what may well be the ultimate collectible for the franchise has surfaced. There are two statues available to purchase and each are made of 24K gold and fashioned to look like Monkey D Luffy.
A LEGO fanatic by the name of aido k created this cool tribute to LEGO Space. It is a classic blue space figure created from a whole bunch of classic space figures. If you are going to build a large LEGO spaceman, you might as well make it from many small spaceman minifigs.
You catch Pokémon with your phone? Pfft! This guy catches them by shooting them with a pumpgun. By this guy, I mean Joerg Sprave, owner of The Slingshot Channel. He created an awesome Pokémon pumpgun for real life Pokémon hunting.
Some of the coolest stuff turns up on Kickstarter. I remember when the 3Doodler first showed up there a few years ago, I thought that was really cool but didn’t like the idea of expensive filaments to purchase to keep using the pen.
It seems like adults just rediscovered coloring books over the last year or so. I think lots of adults are just not wanting to admit that they were coloring in the kiddy books before all sorts of adult coloring books landed.