LEGO master Iain Heath rides the gigantic Internet wave carved by SyFy’s too bad to be fake Z-movie. Really though, concepts like that should only come from a child’s doodles and never go beyond this level.
Don’t you sometimes wish that you could just earn extra lives in real life, just like in video games? While there’s not yet a way to do that, you can still eat some tasty 1up mushrooms, thanks to our geeky food pal Chris-Rachael Oseland.
What gamer girl wouldn’t want a pair of Ms. Pac-Man high heels? They look sexy and stylish. These heels are made for gaming. And that’s just what they’ll do… You know what they say, High heels, high scores.
This Han Solo LEGO pixel art from The Sydney Brick Show this past April is mindblowingly cool. If you aren’t familiar with the event, it’s an opportunity for Australian LEGO sculptors bring some of their creations and get together with other fans.
It’s a sad fact that when nature and man collide, nature usually loses. Many of us hate to cut down trees, but sometimes you have no choice. Maybe it is mandated by local authorities or maybe it needs to go because it is in danger of falling.
It sucks that we have to ride around in Honda Civics and the like, they are driving Landspeeders and piloting X-Wings in a galaxy far, far away; not to mention the Millennium Falcon. But hey, you can make your car look like it is part of the Star Wars universe and protect it from those hot Tatooine suns at the same time.
A couple of years ago we saw a pretty sweet Scion xB that was modded as an homage to 8-bit gaming. It would’ve been more awesome if it had this engine. It’s a Honda Civic B series engine made to look like a NES controller, complete with the Konami Code at the bottom.
In case you missed it, back on April 25th, there was a partial lunar eclipse. While it wasn’t visible everywhere, it definitely was seen by photographer Tamas Ladanyi, who captured this cool multiple exposure image of the 27-minute-long event as it appeared over Tihany, Hungary.
Most movie marketing is all about creating cool looking posters and teasing us with short trailers, but there is some clever marketing happening in Taiwan for Star Trek Into Darkness. Check out Benedict Cumberbatch locked in his cell in the Ximending Shopping District.
deviantART contributor/artist/bakologist Nicole William not only has two first names for a name, she’s also great at baking. Here’s a fondant cake she made for one of her biology classes three years ago. It’s a cross-section of an animal cell, complete with labels of its parts.
Call Chell, she’s gonna love this! It’s a cake mix for making the chocolate cake that GLaDOS promised the hero of Portal as a prize. Is this Aperture Laboratories’ way of making amends to all its test subjects?
So you’ve had a long hard day wandering through mazes, gobbling up dots and running from ghosts. You’ve worked up a Pac-Manly sweat. What better way to wash away the grime, but with some unofficial Pac-Man soaps?