221B Baker Street. Do you know that address? Sherlock Holmes fans know that this is where the world’s greatest detective resides. The apartment and address are a big part of the legend that is Sherlock Holmes.
Miniatures and figurines are some of the best aspects of tabletop gaming. But if you’re playing a tabletop RPG, you might not be satisfied with the figurines that come with your game or even the ones you can buy online.
On numerous occasions, I’ve thought about going on eBay and picking up an original Macintosh, just so I could have one in my office? But I always talk myself out of it because I don’t really have the desk space for what amounts to a museum piece.
Looking for something to put on your desk alongside your tiny Atari 2600 and NES? Why not print out a miniature Commodore 64 computer, complete with 1541 Floppy Drive so you can load some tiny programs onto it?
With all of the controversy going on regarding “real” weapons, what with their ability to cause bodily harm, it’s best to stay out of the eternally-burning fire of this argument. Instead of going to Walmart and purchasing an assault rifle, why not save yourself some money and some responsibility?
For a moment there, I wasn’t sure if these sculptures were real, however, they are. These incredibly tiny sculptures were created by an artist using a microscope. They are incredibly detailed for art of this scale, and I imagine need to be quite careful when you’re around it, otherwise it could be crushed or simply blown away.
Remember the epic shootout sequence on Fhloston Paradise in The Fifth Element? Well, this is it, lovingly recreated in LEGO by builder Matt De Lonoy. Man, I love this movie. Where else are you going to find Milla Jovovich running around half naked with orange hair saying Leeloo Dallas Multipass?
I like to think that I’m pretty plugged into retro geek culture, but I have to hand it to the guys over at You Found a Secret Area! for turning up something I’ve not seen before – a series of Atari 2600-themed cars from Hot Wheels.
If you are looking for a scale replica of the Starship Enterprise, why not go straight to one just like the Enterprise D studio miniature that was used in The Next Generation series. This 1:850 scale measures 29.5″ long x 22″ wide x 6″ high – or 11″ high when mounted on its base.
These days, the conventional and traditional birdhouse might not be enough for our avian friends who want their homes to get an upgrade.
Wood-worker Jumahl was happy to oblige and he designed what looks to be a vintage camper for birds.
James Bond has had some pretty amazing vehicles over the years. At least one cool ride per movie, if you ask me. If you are a fan of 007 and a fan of miniature vehicles, you are going to want this awesome set.
I’m always amazed how LEGO builders can come up with accurate representations of items using just a handful of bricks. It’s sort of like low-res pixel art – if you stand back far enough, it makes sense.