You know that expression that people say when they’re really good at something? The one that goes, “Oh, I can do [insert action here] in my sleep.”
Most people who make that claim obviously can’t back it up.
You’ve seen food art at its finest, now how about a taste of toast art that’ll make you look at your morning slice of bread in disdain? Many people regard food as an adventure, rather than just something you need for sustenance or to fill your stomach.
Back in my college days, I took microbiology and spent plenty of time in the lab culturing various bacteria. My microbiology professor hated it if we drew patterns or other than random circles or zigzags in our petri dishes.
Remember the Little Golden Books you read as a child? Well, they’re making a comeback in a bid to make themselves relevant to the older crowd, especially to the gamers.
We kid. It’s not an official effort by the publishers and they’re not actual books either.
If Mickey Mouse is really a mouse, then how come he can stand upright? The same question goes for Minnie.
If you’ve ever wondered what Disney’s most famous characters are made up of on the inside, then wonder no more because DeviantArt artist Alessandro Conti did all the thinking and drawing for you.
Game of Thrones is awesome enough as it is. But it’s about to get awesomer thanks to LEGO hobbyists and builders who also happen to be fans of the show. Now, thanks to fans and hobbyists, some of the show’s memorable moments have been immortalized forever and recreated in LEGO.
If hobbits had their own brand of soda, it would be best to call it Lonely Mountain Cola. For those of you unfamiliar with the story, that’s a reference to the mountain which holds the hobbits’ treasure that was stolen by the greedy and wicken dragon, Smaug.
Some people relieve their stress by popping bubble wrap. Others exercise their creativity and showcase their talent by creating portraits using bubble wrap. And by ‘others’, we mean artist Bradley Hart.
He probably had to buy rolls and rolls of the stuff and he clearly spent a lot of time working on his project.
It may not look like much, but this digital clock is actually the most depressing and horrifying timepiece I have seen. Made by artist Tom Schofield, the clock doesn’t tell the time. Instead it’s a visualization of the Doomsday Clock, a metric of global disaster made by The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
When a foodie happens to be an artist, you know what to expect next: food art. Personally, I find that nobody does it better than Hong Yi. She certainly found a creative way to create plated masterpieces that integrated the actual food items she used with the backgrounds that were also created using food.
Every celebrity’s got one. An endorsement deal, that is. But celebs aren’t the only ones who are cashing in by striking a pose and wearing branded shirts or shoes these days. Athletes, businessmen, and even socialites are getting endorsement deals left and right, and they’re all richer because of it.
Illinois State University must be like a prison. Why do I say that? Because Illinois State University junior Anthony LaGiglia carved this impressive batman snow sculpture with only a plastic knife from the dining area. I imagine that he secreted away the knife and fashioned into a shiv in his cell.
You might remember last month when we talked a bit about the 3Doodler pen. This is a device that reminds me of a combination of a 3D printer and a hot glue gun. The 3Doodler uses strips of plastic to allow the user to build 3D objects only limited by their imagination.
Starfleet is open to almost all lifeforms who are capable of completing the academy’s courses – apparently even Tribbles. This is the only Tribble to ever join Starfleet and there are many good reasons for that.
This wall built from beer bottle caps looks pretty awesome. If you have this many beer bottle caps lying around the house and want to do a project like this, you should get help, but that’s another story.
You can already own 3D replicas of your Minecraft avatar thanks to 3D printing. But if you want a cheaper and faster way, you can use Minecraft Papercraft Studio – an iOS app made by UK developer 57Digital – and the cutting edge technology known as “folding” to turn flat paper into blocky models.