Obvious pun is obvious, so I’ll stop there and let you look at the thing itself:
Kodykoala – who also made the Yoshi Mecha and Zombie Yoshi statues – used a vinyl Gutsman as well as “parts from random robots and things” to make this statue.
This neat T-shirt design falls under the “now why didn’t I think of that” category:
“And the C3POscar goes to…” was made by Rodrigo Ferreira. It’s still up for voting, so if you want to see this made into a shirt, head over to Threadless now.
We’ve seen Angry Birds migrate from iOS devices to Android, as well as to the PC and consoles. There’s even a board game version coming out. What about the poor BlackBerry owners? They could use the distraction from time to time… although this might not be what they have in mind:
Is this how the Doctor crams lots of people inside the TARDIS?
These awesome nesting dolls were made by Molly Lewis as a Christmas gift to her boyfriend. I love the cheerful looks of (most of) the Doctors.
Okay, this is either the most awesome pile of snow ever, or a great Photoshop job. Either way, with 6 inches of snow in front of my house, I plan on heading out into my driveway later today to attempt to recreate this Jabba the Hutt snowman.
I want to believe that aliens live along these roads:
Considering X-Files shot its first five seasons in Canada, I wouldn’t be surprised if there actually was a connection between the names of these roads and the classic show.
Jabba’s been a good Hutt in Boba Fett’s book:
What’s not to love about this highly detailed 8-inch fabric mache statue? Its release date, that’s what. You can pre-order it from Entertainment Earth for $50 (USD), but if you’re going to get this as a gift, make sure you tell the recipient that it won’t arrive until sometime in… May 2011.
If you can make it, China can copy it:
While other Japanese have been busy building another classic robot statue, and South Koreans are building a gigantic robot statue of their own, this orange Gundam copycat is being built in a theme park in Sichuan, China.
Hong Kong Technabob reader Vivian wrote us to let us know about this fun Space Invaders cake she made for her husband’s 31st birthday.
Atop the cake is the most iconic of the Space Invaders, being blasted away from below.
Give your visitors fair warning of what they’re getting into:
The There’s no place like 127.0.0.1 door/floor mat is available at ThinkGeek for $40 (USD). Bewildered expressions at your doorstep guaranteed.