Yeah, there’s a computer in here somewhere. This is Japanese designer Hiroto Ikeuchi’s award-winning casemod, which is basically a toy diorama that erupted over a PC. According to Wired, Hiroto calls the diorama his “secret base.”
In the future, when you and your grandkids are gathered over a hologram of a fireplace and they ask you where you think your home is, dust off your ancient tablet and show them Isaac Moore’s profound cross-stitch.
We haven’t even had Thanksgiving yet, but since the stores are all advertising Christmas goodies that suck, I figured you would want to see something cool. This animated Stegosaurus Christmas lawn ornament goes for $140 and it is easily worth twice as much because dinosaurs and Christmas go together like Fred Flintstone and Brontosaurus burgers.
This past weekend, the U.S. Midwest was struck by some really nasty tornadoes. As tornadoes will do, they caused some very bad destruction in the areas and some even lost their lives. Tornadoes are pretty scary and they can destroy everything you have in just seconds.
Most Halloween pumpkin carvings nowadays don’t even try to spook people anymore, instead presenting geeky or pop culture references. Then again, it’s not like the default jack-o’-lantern’s face is scary anyway.
Comedienne Megan MacKay knows how to spook today’s trick or treaters:
[via Megan MacKay via Foodbeast via Incredible Things]
I’m not sure if Flickr member Zane_Houston intended to make a reference to Mechagodzilla, but that bad dude immediately came to mind when I saw Zane’s LEGO Mecha Charizard. Mega Evolution? Pfff. I think Mecha Evolution would be way better.
Artist Jason Freeny returns with his latest anatomical model – this one ruining childhoods for countless little girls. This model of Barbie has been splayed open so we can see all of her guts.
Given the fact that Barbie’s proportions are inhuman, I’m surprised he was able to cram all of her internal organs and skeletal structure inside her oddly-scaled body.
So it might not be the best idea to make your little kids watch Rambo, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be able to dress like a commando. With the Crayon Bandolier, your youngun will be a young gun, toting around their colorful ammo.
I’ve definitely seen some weird and impractical iPhone cases over the years, so why would I think this trend would ever end. For instance, did you know that if you’re in Japan, you can now dress up your iPhone 5 as a banana?
Fashionably Geek reader Kevin Pacheco had Konami’s transcendent cheat code tattooed on his arm.
Apparently the images of the buttons and directional pads are the same size as the ones on the NES controller.
We’ve already seen an intricate cake that replicates Jupiter, but here’s a space-inspired cake that lands a little closer to home. This lunar landing cake needs to fly off of its orbit around Earth and crash land on my dinner table.
As tough as Wookiees are, even they have trouble cracking walnuts. Walnuts are tough. The toughest walnut ever? That would be this Chewbacca walnut, presumably created by midichlorians. Wookiee nuts have been known to rip the arms off of those who try to open them.
Entertainer Phileas Flash made this gloomy balloon sculpture of Ned Stark sitting on the Iron Throne. I think it’s based on this poster from the first season of Game of Thrones. A series so heartwrenching it even makes balloon sculptures a sad sight.