Dream it, and you can achieve it. Case in point: this video of Youtuber and LEGO maniac PuzzLEGO successfully constructing a fully functional 3 x 3 Rubik’s Cube entirely out of LEGO pieces. How about that! Plus this cube has the added benefit of the colors being easy to remove
These are a couple of shots from retailers (from the looks of it, one Walmart, one Target) where the soda reps have constructed giant Boba Fett helmets out of 12-packs of soda, including Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Dr. Pepper, and Sprite. Clearly, Boba is not a big Pepsi fan.
These are several videos of flipbook style animations created by tattoo artist Phil Berge of Tatouage Royal in Montreal using still shots of tattoos that, when ordered sequentially stop-motion style, create movement. How about that! And how about all the people that were willing to get Snoopy or some other
The Water Throne is a skull shaped toilet with integrated LED eyes (choose a color or set them to respond to sound) and a speaker system that can play audio from any source and for hands-free flushing via voice command through Siri or Google. Hey Google, try to flush that!
LEGO has announced the release of it’s largest traditional building set to date — the 9,090 piece Titanic (previously: its 9,036-piece Roman Colosseum). The 1:200 scale ship measures a respectable 54″ long, 7″ wide, 18″ tall and breaks into three cross sections so you can see the various and inner
Because this is the internet, here’s a surprisingly worthwhile compilation of dancer and Youtuber Smac McCreanor performing interpretive dances to a variety of different objects getting absolutely crushed by a hydraulic press (courtesy of the Hydraulic Press Channel). I finally managed to get Al Gore on the phone to ask
This is the absolutely stunning LEGO great coral reef built by LEGO maniac Kris Kelvin that’s up for voting on the LEGO Ideas website with the hope it gets the requisite 10,000 votes for LEGO to consider it for production. Just look at that thing! So many unique pieces. I
This is a timelapse video of talented and seemingly appropriately named sculptor Leonardo Ugolini sculpting a proportional replica of the Millennium Falcon out of sand (plus BONUS Barad-dûr/Eye Of Sauron and Hogwarts Castle). Very nice. You know I made a sand castle at the beach once, but then some kid