Package theft a problem many of us have experienced with the increase of home deliveries we get these days. Engineer Mark Rober is no stranger to this. A shipment had been delivered, but when checking his porch there was nothing.
This pizza is the bomb. Seriously, it’s called the Bomb Pizza and it gets its name from the way it is cooked. In this Italian restaurant in Seoul, South Korea, they have invented an entirely new way to cook, serve, and eat pizza.
They put uncooked (or maybe partially uncooked) pizza ingredients inside a bubble of dough.
After offering the most promising Pip-Boy replica yet, Bethesda Softworks is once again out for Fallout fans’ money. The recently announced Fallout Anthology for Windows PCs has a mini-nuke storage case, the four past main Fallout games, plus Fallout: Tactics and their respective DLC.
The storage case has a bomb sound effect and has room not only for the games that it comes with but for your inevitable copy of Fallout 4 as well.
The limited edition bundle costs $50 (USD); Bethesda’s online store is sold out but as of this writing Best Buy still has some copies up for grabs.
This lamp is the bomb. Literally. It was created by Stockpile Designs of Brooklyn, NY, and is called the Megaton floor lamp. It uses the hand-polished casing of a Korean War-era 100-lb kinetic bomb and is seated 42 inches above the ground by a narrow stand instead of residing in a bomb bay ready to ruin someone’s day.
German design studio Docstone loves making concrete-based furniture. It showed off a pair of its newest creations at the recent 2013 iSaloni exhibit. The Mister Boom and Little Miss Dynamite are both lamps that look and work like traditional explosives.
I was one of those kids who incessantly and constantly begged my parents for a treehouse of my own. Unfortunately, I didn’t get it. My dad rattled off reason after reason, but mostly, he just said that he didn’t have time to build it for me when he knew that I would probably get bored after a month or two (as all kids do.)
I’ve found my favorite alarm clock! Created by software engineer/hardware designer/part-time MacGyver Michael Krumpus, the defusable clock works just like the bombs in movies. You can stop it’s alarm within 10 seconds… if you cut the right wire.
Crank out some explosive sounds from your media player with this speaker that looks like a bomb.
The Big Bang Speaker (a.k.a. the “Sound Bomb”) has the look of one of those ACME cartoon bombs that blew up in Wile E.
If you’re looking to make a real statement at your next dinner party, you might want to set the centerpiece of your table with these candles instead of the boring old beeswax jobs you picked up at Pier One.
The guys at Russian design shop Mystake have created these candles that look just like bombs and dynamite sticks.
Do you swear like a truck driver? Yeah, me too. Now you can clear any room by dropping the old F-Bomb, literally.
Just toss this plush softball-sized cartoon “bomb” into any room and as soon as it hits the floor, it’ll shout out your favorite four-letter word.
While it might not be the most convenient USB drive to carry around in your pocket, this bomb-shaped memory device is sure to draw stares sitting on your desk.
Designed by Mexico City industrial designer Joel Escalona, the USB bomb should keep your data safe, since its design is likely to deter to anybody who might have thoughts of stealing it, lest they might get blown to smithereens.
Remember how the Mooninites from ATHF caused such a stir in Boston earlier this year? Can you imagine what those government fearmongers would do if they saw one of these clocks sitting on a shelf somewhere?
Designed by artist Mark A.
Put your cash in this bomb-shaped piggy bank and if you’re not a good saver, you’ll be punished. The electronic piggy bank waits for you to add coins too it every day. If you’re not consistent, it’ll explode, sending coins all over your desktop.
If you don’t add coins each and every day, the bank will start to vibrate, flash its lights and make sounds once an hour until you pay up.