I used to live for building cars out of my LEGO blocks, and I clearly recall the teachers having to gather up all the wheels at pre-K to stop the 4-year-old brawls from happening because that jerk James tried to bogart all the wheels.
LEGO geeks that have the ability to build real-world things based on video game objects always impress me. The best I could ever do on LEGO construction was build things from the box images that weren’t described in the instructions.
French tattoo artist JC Sheitan Tenet lost his arm 22 years ago, and as much as that must have been traumatic for him at the time, he recently got a tattoo gun prosthetic, so he is probably feeling like an awesome cyborg right about now.
The prosthetic arm is thanks to artist JL Gonzal, who modded an existing prosthetic with a dieselpunk style tattoo gun.
NECA has a really cool Deadpool action figure coming your way in January of next year. Yeah, that is a long time away, but you may still have some Christmas money left then. The action figure is a gigantic 18-inches tall.
It has 30 points of articulation and comes with a wealth of accessories including pistols, rifle, swords, and a sai.
We have seen some awesome Fallout 4 cosplay in the past with that dude that dressed up like Nick Valentine with such accuracy that it looked like a rendering from the game. Another Fallout 4 cosplayer has hit the nail right on the head with this Hancock cosplay.
In the game, Hancock is a dude, but this is actually woman named Emma Campbell from PCND/fx studio.
Check out this custom Super Mario Bros. themed plumbing job from gamer Troy Goho. It sits beneath his kitchen sink, and features Bowser and Mario standing on drain pipes that have been painted green to look like the warp pipes from the Mushroom Kingdom.
Everyone needs a mirror or two around the house, if for nothing other than ensuring you don’t have a booger on your face before going out. If you are a sci-fi geek, you might want these Star Wars mirrors.
There are six mirrors in the set with the largest looking like the Death Star.
NASA’s Space Shuttle program is sadly, no more. But that doesn’t mean we can’t honor it in LEGO. The program helped to further space exploration, and many of us have fond memories of watching shuttle launches and landings at school.
I know fans of Game of Thrones weren’t happy Hodor was killed off. The giant has been walking around in the show saying nothing but “Hodor” for many seasons now, and once we realized what Hodor meant we realized George has been throwing his death in our faces for years.
I choose you, Pikachu. Here’s a rose. Real roses are lovely, but the problem is that their beauty fades and they soon die. That’s why these made by nerds, made for nerds, duct tape roses are awesome.
They look like Pokémon Pokéballs, and are made by Etsy shop QuirkyQrafts.
Caleb Kraft is always making cool stuff. The man is a modern day DaVinci. His latest project turns Virtual Reality into Delicious Reality. Google Cardboard? No, this edible VR headset does not taste like cardboard.
Making Google Cardboard into an edible piece of gear is pretty simple.
I’ve seen Zootopia, and I thought it was pretty meh. My kids loved it though, and a dude named Zhao spent several days building a life-size LEGO statue of Nick Wilde from the movie. I don’t know how many bricks this statue took to make, but it was lots of them.
I am a big fan of the Half-Life franchise and like most fans, I am still pissed that we haven’t seen a new Half-Life game in years. I have lots of memories of playing that game and smashing stuff with my crowbar.
Fett2-D2 (or is it R2-Fett2?) is the perfect droid/bounty hunter mashup. He can hold Death Star plans, serve drinks, or hunt down smugglers for bounties. He already had jets. Now he has another. This droid would be the ultimate bad guy.