Now this is a marriage proposal that will resonate with Harry Potter fans. Rachel was ready to propose to her girlfriend Jaquie, so she enlisted the help of CustomMade, which some people have described as a cross between Etsy and Match.com.
Apparently beer pong is now so popular that people are willing to play it even without beer involved. That’s what arcade machine maker Bay Tek Games found out when it unveiled their newest creation, Beer Pong Master.
Remember the shorts that used to run on Nickelodeon featuring talking bellies? They basically drew faces onto people’s bellies and moved the belly faces by sucking in their stomachs or puffing it out. Now you can do the same, minus having to draw faces on your belly, because you can just stick them on with these temporary tummy tattoos.
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.
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.
A picture speaks a thousand words. It might be hard to discern 6×6 pixel images on your morning toast, but at least you’ll be able to get a headstart on everyone when it comes to the day’s newest images on Google with the help of the Image Toaster.
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.
Red Solo cups are a staple at every party – except at fancy ones, that is. They’ve become sort of like a symbol for parties where alcohol is particularly abundant. This image was no doubt bolstered by movies which show everyone chugging down from a red cup with the music playing full-blast.
Love it or hate it, it looks like Twitter’s Vine has managed to attract a pretty solid following ever since its launch. Time will tell if it’ll become as big of a fixture in the social media sphere as Instagram, but for now, it’s sure getting a lot of attention – particularly because people like Dawn Siff are finding unusual and creative ways to use the platform.
Can you make your heart beat faster or slower at will? It sounds pretty doable, given how you’ve probably already experienced heart-racing or heart-stopping events in your lifetime. But that happens because of something external, like bad news, a traumatic event, or another stair step where you thought there wasn’t.
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.
There are a lot of things you can do with Facebook: make new friends, re-connect with old acquaintances, meet your match, and even find your biological parents.
That last one seems to be a bit out there, but it’s something that Jenessa Simons of Salt Lake City actually did through Facebook.
After seeing Aladdin whisk Jasmine off to the clouds and around the world on his magic carpet, I’ve always wondered what it would feel like to hold puffs of clouds in my hands. Not that you’d be able to really hold onto them, since they’re essentially just water vapor with particulate matter and dust, but anyway…
Designer Lubo Majer took things a little further with Cirrus, a cloud-themed set of furniture that lets you lay down not on a bed of roses, but on a bed of clouds.
If you live in the area where Taiwanese artist Shu-Chun Hsiao set up his latest project, then you might be wondering why various locations have real and physical Google’s Maps icons plastered prominently on their walls or doors.
Falling in love can be complicated; falling in ‘like’, not so much. Either way, you’ve got various Facebook statuses to choose from (including the infamous “It’s Complicated”) and different ways to express how you feel – one of which is Yeople’s ‘I Like You’ pendant that shows the actual process of liking instead of just the icon itself.