My Little Pony fans will love what DeviantARTist Chris Cardi of CARDI-ology is doing. He modifies Xbox 360controllers with pop culture themes, like Batman and Pikachu to name a few. However, these Pony controllers really take the cake.
If you are looking for some of the coolest guitars ever, look no further than Jamie Ghio Sanches and Mike Braunewell. Togther, the Gibraltar-based artists make some of the sweetest guitars you will ever see. This duo has backgrounds in music and car modding, so it is a great match.
There’s good news and bad news about this helmet. The good news is that this custom Dead Space inspired motorcycle helmet is all kinds of awesome. The bad news is that you know it will get scratched up as you battle necromorphs in it.
Garrison Bespoke is a luxury suit tailor in Toronto, but its latest product might as well come from the research labs of a secret intelligence agency in the UK. It’s a three-piece suit that’s strong enough to withstand attacks from a hunting knife and even 9mm bullets fired at close range, thanks to several layers of carbon nanotubes hidden inside the vest and suit jacket.
The new gold iPhone 5S seems to be harder to get than any other iPhone, but if you love that color, you’ll enjoy these golden iPads. For those of you who absolutely need to match everything, Gold Genie’s iPads will get you into the right hue.
Looking to upgrade your LEGO minifig collection with some new characters? Look no further than miniBIGS for their latest custom minifigs made in the likeness of various pop culture icons. For starters, we have this awesome minifig of the mustachioed Ron Burgundy from Anchorman.
Have you ever wanted to be a part of Star Wars? Well, now is your chance to become a part of the movie that changed movies forever. You, my friend, can be choked by our favorite Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vader.
Action figure modder Sillof loves to remake popular characters by casting them in the style of different eras or genres. But when the owners of the Best Western Denver Southwest hotel approached him last Spring, they wanted him to combine two popular franchises.
deviantART member Zoki64 specializes in Nintendo 64 case mods. One of his latest creations is this TRON: Legacy-themed mod, complete with glow in the dark paint. I guess you could call it CLU – a console that lights up.
It is called Lord Humungous and it was created by 52-year-old Lance Greathouse from Phoenix, Arizona. “It” is a flamethrower attached to a mobility scooter. Lord Humungous cost about $1000 and a month of labor to create.
You know what stinks? Loving a movie that doesn’t have any actions figures that you can collect. Blade Runner is a good example. There are no official Blade Runner action figures, and that’s just plain wrong.
This awesome custom Link action figure has it all. Look out Ganon. You are about to have a very bad day. This amazing custom figure was made by KodyKoala, who wanted to explore what the Zelda games would be like if they were set in a steampunk universe.