With silly product names like “Wii”, “PSVita”, “Siri”, and “Xperia,” sometimes it’s nice to be able to look at the name of something, and then when you see it, you say “that’s exactly what I expected”.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That is, what someone might find beautiful or breathtaking might just look like junk to you, and vice versa. Some people find beauty in the smallest or grandest of things; in the neat and pristine or in the messy and chaotic.
If you recently got your Star Wars Blu-ray box set, you’ll probably recognize these awesome digital paintings by Tony Hsu. You can find them inside the booklet and on the discs themselves. They look quite amazing.
When I was a kid, my mom and I would make homemade pizzas and decorate the pie in such a way that the different ingredients and toppings would form a certain object or face. One of the hardest pizza paintings we managed to pull off was the Mona Lisa.
I have never understood the need for rugs in a home; it’s like carpet for your carpet. Since hard floors are cold and never clean if you have pets or kids, I get why you might want a rug in that instance, though.
What would it be like if an Imperial AT-AT Walker turned up in a major US city? That’s what artist Tony Bamber asked himself before creating this awe-inspiring digital vista of an AT-AT about to stomp on Chicago’s Loop “L” train, before heading North to cross the Chicago River.
Hollywood leaves little to the imagination, especially when it comes to the future of the human race. Artificial intelligence, mechanical extraterrestrial creatures, and even man-made robots that eventually “grow” a brain and decide to go against their human creators.
So what if there are no new games in this Metal Gear Solid HD Collection bundle. Hardcore fans will want to buy it anyway. You’ll get three already-released games boosted to 720p resolution, running at 60fps.
The QR-Code Island is a collaborative project between Mat Barnes and Eddie Blake, and is actually a scale-model of an island that can be scanned by smartphones as a QR code when viewed from above. You’d imagine that something like this would pop up in Dubai, but at least for now, it’s only a model.
Gamers and Escher go well together. The artist’s famous lithograph Relativity looked even more impossible – and way more lethal – when converted into a Portal level. But Redditor/miner of crafts/illusion-breaker bergenco takes the same lithograph and makes it make sense.
I’ve yet to meet a Tata or two that I didn’t think were interesting in one way or another. You could consider me a Tata connoisseur. There is one thing that will turn many people off to looking at Tatas though, and that is if your Tata is encrusted.
Nintendo should partner with Namco Bandai and Flickr user/designer/future toy magnate Ty Lettau and make these model kits a reality. They could name it Ninpla. I only want 1% share of all your earnings in exchange for that name.
Lunch boxes are fine. You can get them in almost any geeky flavor you want, but with the graphics already on them. That takes some of the fun out of lunch. It’s far better to bring a bagged lunch and draw your own geek art on the brown bag while you are eating.
23-year old deviantART member Becky aka beyx aka demiurgic aka irresistibly adorable illustration factory made these irresistibly adorable illustrations. You might have seen her rendition of the lovable, huggable, catchable Pikachu surfing on the Internets. Well she’s got more of that.