Batman’s utility belt isn’t as cool as his mask or logo, but it’s an equally essential part of any Dark Knight costume. DIY Prop Shop shows us how you can make a replica of the belt out of only $9 (USD) worth of materials.
You might want to cue up that sappy music from the short-lived Star Trek: Enterprise show for this story. This poster is a giant graphic that shows some of the myriad spacecraft humans have sent into space from 1959 through 2015.
When you need Batman’s help, just turn on the old Bat-Signal and he’ll come running. Don’t have a Bat-Signal handy? You can always build a LEGO version, like this one made by expert brick builder Nathan Sawaya.
Got an old iPhone or two lying around unused? Instructables member Purincess may have a great woodworking project for you. He calls it Reframe, a wall mount frame that lets you use your old phone as a digital clock, picture frame and more.
If you have a rampaging Hulk on your hands, you need Tony Stark to show up with his Hulkbuster suit and take care of business. But if Tony isn’t around, maybe this giant LEGO Hulkbuster statue will scare him away.
We’ve featured a plotting machine kit before, but if you want something that’s ready to go out of the box then check out the AxiDraw, a USB plug-and-play machine by Dr. Lindsay Wilson and Evil Mad Scientist.
Must of us need at least one cup of coffee to fully wake up in the morning. In ample quantities, caffeine can give us the energy to help us create some really cool things. It must have been the caffeine buzz that helped inspire Japanese artist Shinrashinge to create this awesome Dragon Ball Z animation using coffee cups.
Do you have specters, spooks and other paranormal anomalies? You need to catch those suckers before you get slimmed. Sean Charlesworth has just the thing for you. He created this cool ghost trap replica. It may not catch ghosts for real, but it will make you feel better.
The new season of Game of Thrones kicks off soon and fans of the series are rightfully ecstatic. To help promote the new season for Sky Atlantic, British artist Simon Beck was hired to create a massive House Stark sigil in the unblemished snow of the French Alps.
There are a number of tried and tested ways to make custom molds of pretty much any small object, but the creative duo of Eclectical Engineering reminds us that 3D scanning and printing technology is a viable alternative.
Amsterdam is getting a unique and very cool theater that will have movie fans giving up stadium seating and a big screen for rotating chairs and goggles. The project is called The Virtual Reality cinema and it will use chairs that can swivel 360-degrees, Samsung Gear VR headsets, and surround sound via Sennheiser HD 201 headphones.
I spent many a summer day watching Bob Ross paint on PBS growing up. He made it look so easy and there were never mistakes, only happy little birds and happy little trees. I always figured Bob was high as a MF when he made his show.
Super LEGO maker ZaziNombies’ latest creation is based on one of the Mario series’ oldest and most powerful items. His POW Block replica is made of 400 to 500 LEGO pieces, which means it can hurt at least 400 feet after it’s thrown.
The Force is strong with this origami Darth Vader. He may look adorable, but that lightsaber could still give you a serious papercut, so don’t underestimate him. He’s more paper now than man. However, there is still good in him, I feel it.
The Apple II dominated the PC scene for over a decade, which meant a ton of applications were made for the series and its clones. For instance, its roster of top tier games could go toe-to-toe with that of dedicated gaming systems.
Citizens of Oooternia, Prince Finn is here to protect you from the Icer King, Marcel-Lyn and Skelemongrab, thanks to toy modder James Freckingham aka Robotic Industries.
The bootleg action figure is based on a one-off toy that James made last year using parts from vintage figures (note the bracers and loincloth).