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Category: Geek Art + Craft

Pac-Man LEGO Lamps: Bricka Bricka Bricka

Pac-Man LEGO Lamps: Bricka Bricka Bricka
Out of all of the good old 1980s arcade games, Pac-Man is one that truly stands out, with its simple looking but challenging gameplay, iconic characters, and memorable music and sounds, it’s a true masterwork of arcade gaming that’s still fun to play.

LEGO K.I.T.T. Will Tolerate Your Mullet

LEGO K.I.T.T. Will Tolerate Your Mullet
I really miss TV shows from back in the ’80s. So many of those series had cool and iconic cars. Knight Rider was among my favorites. Fans of the show will want to check out this LEGO version of K.I.T.T.
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Creepy IT Pennywise Statue Will Haunt Your Sewers

Creepy IT Pennywise Statue Will Haunt Your Sewers
The recent IT movie was very creepy if not outright scary. If you don’t like clowns, you probably will want to look away. After all, Pennywise the clown is simply horrifying. But if you like your circus folk with cracked foreheads and bloody faces, keep on reading.

This Spinning 3-Axis LEGO Thrill Ride Makes Minifigs Dizzy

This Spinning 3-Axis LEGO Thrill Ride Makes Minifigs Dizzy
As further evidence that you can make anything with LEGO, we are now making minifigures puke their guts out on tiny amusement park rides. Check out this 3-axis LEGO Technic thrill ride made by LEGO enthusiast Shadow Elenter.

The LiteZilla Is Like a Giant Lite Brite

The LiteZilla Is Like a Giant Lite Brite
The ’70s and ’80s were a great time to grow up. We had all of the coolest movies and toys. The Lite Brite was just one of them. The idea was that you would punch plastic pegs through a dark background with lights behind it.

Underwear Knife: Underwear That’s Cut to Wear

Underwear Knife: Underwear That’s Cut to Wear
You know those guys who can make anything into a knife? Plastic, paper, butter, whatever? Well, YouTuber Kiwami Japan is the mad leader of these geniuses. One of his more recent creations involved turning underwear into a kitchen knife.

Cthulhu Carved out of a Watermelon Will Haunt Your Dreams

Cthulhu Carved out of a Watermelon Will Haunt Your Dreams
An ancient horror awakens… and it’s a flavorful summertime treat! Artist Valeriano Fatica recently carved up an amazing sculpture of Cthulhu out of a watermelon. I think he might have been commanded to do this. In his mind.

These Instant Noodle Warriors Are Anything But Soft and Chewy

These Instant Noodle Warriors Are Anything But Soft and Chewy
Some people really love Japanese instant ramen noodles, but these people have been missing out by just eating them. Did you know that you can sculpt with them? Taishi Arimura does just that, making instant noodle warrior sculptures.

Real Life Homer Simpson: The D’oh of Your Nightmares

Real Life Homer Simpson: The D’oh of Your Nightmares
Last summer, artist Miguel Vasquez created some images that show what Spongebob and Patrick would look like in real life. The renderings were the stuff of nightmares. Now, Vasquez is back with a rendering of what Homer Simpson would look like if you ran into him on the street.

Enter the Multiverse with This Rick and Morty Green Screen Tattoo

Enter the Multiverse with This Rick and Morty Green Screen Tattoo
How do you create a tattoo that has endless possibilities? Just do what they do in the movies. Use a green screen. I mean, it’s going to look weird on you, but at least you can add in all kinds of special effects shots digitally.

This LEGO Hoist Can Lift Almost 500 Pounds

This LEGO Hoist Can Lift Almost 500 Pounds
I’ve said it before, LEGO is an amazing thing. You can build so many useful things with these little bricks and their accessories. Why are we not building more houses out of this stuff? This heavy-lifting system is a good example of how strong a LEGO structure can be.

Star Trek TNG Corridor Door Cover Makes It So… Cool

Star Trek TNG Corridor Door Cover Makes It So… Cool
Of all the awesome tech in Star Trek: The Next Generation, there were two things I really wanted. I wanted the replicator not for “Tea, Earl Grey, Hot” but so I could have all the snacks I wanted on a whim.

A Maze is an Analog Arcade Machine

A Maze is an Analog Arcade Machine
We’ve all played Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Centipede, but what if those games had been less digital and more of an art installation? Would you still be interested? This arcade machine is called “A Maze,” and is the work of artist Marco Iannicelli.

The Original Macintosh Finder Control Panel, Cross-stitched

The Original Macintosh Finder Control Panel, Cross-stitched
I once tried cross-stitching in an art class in school once. I stabbed myself repeatedly in the finger making my DNA part of the project. But if you can avoid the bloody bits, it turns out that cross-stitching is a wonderful way to recreate pixel art. 

Gigantic 122-inch “Paper” Airplane Takes Flight

Gigantic 122-inch “Paper” Airplane Takes Flight
The greatest purchase I ever made as a kid was the time I talked my dad into giving me $5 for the school book fair and I ended up spending it all on a book that showed how to make sweet paper airplanes.

Dinosaur Foot Waste Basket Stomps into Your Living Room

Dinosaur Foot Waste Basket Stomps into Your Living Room
Looking for something truly different to decorate your home with? This Dinosaur Foot Waste Basket makes a nice statement in any room. That statement is, “I kill dinosaurs and this is my trophy.” It can also be a dragon foot because nobody knows the difference.
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