Between my electronic gadgets and pens, it’s pretty rare that I use a pencil. Sure, I’ll use colored ones to fill in the occasional cool coloring book, but for the most part, the old #2 kind gets little use around here.
Look at that rainbow wave go. Taste the rainbow. I mean taste the LEGO. I mean, it’s just so wavy and pretty. Berthil van Beek makes many cool LEGO machines, but his latest machine is very very soothing and hypnotic.
Not too long ago I talked a bit about that zombie plush scarf that has bloody entrails to keep your neck warm. Now we have an ever weirder and cooler plush scarf to check out in the form of a stuffed unicorn.
Your typical ninja is a person of stealth wearing all black and carrying swords that look more sinister than cute. I wonder if there was ever a group of ninja’s that liked to add a little color and flare to their dark costumes.
You may or may not know that this past weekend, people of the LGBT community took to the streets in major cities across the U.S. to show their pride and support Gay Rights. This particular parade took place just days after the U.S.
The Rainbow Flying Unicorn Cake was officially dubbed the “epitome of awesomeness” by me and my committee of official members. My official committee members, me, myself, and I, were all hand-picked by my ego. My favorite type of flower?
While Apple is known for their industrial design and packaging, their early branding elements weren’t exactly the sleek, modern, minimal ones of the 21st century. That said, I still love the time capsule that is the 1983 Apple Gift Catalog.
I’ve been thinking about investing in a good DSLR for a long time now, but I never really committed or made good on it. First, because I don’t know squat about ISOs and post-processing. And second, because I get intimidated to pieces whenever I walk inside the camera shop and see rows and rows of huge, black SLRs just waiting to be lifted back home.
Wear your retro Apple spirit on your sleeve (or really on your chest) with one of these illuminated t-shirts, sporting the old school rainbow Apple logo.
The t-shirt lights up using an electroluminescent display that responds to music and other ambient sounds.
Check out this tasty realization of the classic Apple rainbow logo, made entirely out of fresh fruit.
Richard Thomas’ clever creation is made from sliced kiwis, bananas, oranges, strawberries, green and red grapes and blueberries.
Ironically, not a single apple found its way into the picture.
Do you like rainbows (and ponies and lollipops too)? Now you can bring them inside your house (just the rainbows, not the ponies or lollipops, unless you have some Dum Dums or Chupa Chups lying around) with this relaxing indoor rainbow generator.
While they might be a bit “new-agey” for my taste, I think these LED light murals are still pretty cool.
Perhaps better suited for nightclubs or restaurants than for your home, these Light Energy Paintings can fill a wall with a dazzling show of colored light.