Sure you can always buy an expensive replica of the Enterprise or a cheap toy to hang from your ceiling and that’s cool, but this Star Trek mobile classes things up a bit. It’s the Enterprise and it is also a work of art at the same time.
Have you ever wanted to own a bike that was made out of wood? The Splinterbike Quantum is a bike that actually works and is completely made out of wood and glue. Also, there aren’t any screws or bolts, which is kind of cool.
Most noise-canceling headphones don’t look very good, but the new Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz Headphones combine sophisticated styling with peaceful listening. The solid wood ear cups come with 40mm high performance drivers with circuitry to cancel out exterior noises so that no one disturbs you while you relax.
If you need a second cutting board to go with your Question Mark Butcher Block, look no further. Of course, chopping mushrooms with this is a must, whether of the fireball, extra life, or plain variety.
If you’ve used film cameras before, then you know that there’s a bit of magic involved whenever you finish a roll of film and have it developed. This kind of feeling is absent from modern digital cameras, which is why Brian Matanda decided to create his Timeless Capture concept camera.
Mario fans looking for the perfect thing for their kitchens will want to grab one of these Question Mark Block cutting boards, just right for dicing and slicing any type of mushroom (or other choppable food) you can throw at it.
We love a good retro case mod and nothing says retro like a Super Mario Bros. mushroom. This one comes from Etsy seller 8BitBuilder (who created the even more special Zelda PC case) and it is an awesome looking Super Mario Mushroom PC tower case mod that that looks like it is about to lift off like a rocket.
This isn’t the first Nintendo controller coffee table, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t still look sweet. I like the fact that it is natural wood colored and it makes it look like this NES mated with an old Atari 2600.
You never have enough drawers in your desk do you? Or enough surface area for that matter. Whatever desk you have, you are stuck with using it the way it is. The bamboo PixelTable by Studio Intussen is different.
VHS tapes might have gone the way of the dinosaur, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fond memories of the dominant video format before the rise DVD, Blu-ray and streaming. Kick back, relax, and remember the days when you had to rewind your movies and keep them away from magnets with this awesome handmade VHS tape coffee table.
Keenan Bosworth’s Reddit name is doesn’t_give_upvotes. I’m not sure if he really doesn’t give upvotes, but I’m sure he makes damn good presents. Bosworth made this sweet coffee table using a huge replica of the Nintendo 64 logo as the base.
The 4M is another retro wooden computer from Swedish artist Love Hultén. Unlike his earlier creation Sputnik 0667, which was an all-in-one PC, the 4M has a more conventional tower and monitor set up. Hulten counts steampunk and HAL 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey as the influences behind this lovely computer.
Despite all its brass and wood bits and bobs, this retro-fantastic machine hides beneath its surface a fully-functional iMac. The eyeMac Difference Engine of Wickedness is the creation of David Lee of Hatton Cross Steampunk, and it’s definitely one of the best looking steampunk computer mods I’ve seen.
Even back in the day I’d sometimes use an old floppy disk as a coaster for my can of soda, but it’s not like it was particularly good at absorbing moisture. These coasters are modeled after old school floppies, but are made from wood instead – so they should do a much better job with drink sweat.