These are a few shots of a Transformer inspired car somebody modded to the max with some extreme welding of diamond plate sheet metal. Just look at this piece of art. “It belongs in a museum.” You’re damn right it does, Indy. I have so many questions. Can anybody tell
This is a video of Japanese embroidery artist Ipnot showing off some of her realistic food embroidery, including this pizza slice with gooey cheese. Pretty wild, right? Maybe not as wild as me, but I had a Red Bull after dinner on Friday and stayed up past midnight. “And?” Honey!
This is a tribute to Calvin And Hobbes in the form of a short Spaceman Spiff animation created by fan Joseph Conover. It’s pretty cute and, like any good dessert, left me wanting more. Speaking of — last night for dessert I had a chocolate chip cookie sandwich with white
These are the SpongeBob themed tiki mugs sculpted by Ramirez Studios and for sale by Mondo. Each is available in three different finishes, with 32-ounce SpongeBob costing $50, the 25-ounce Patrick Star $60, and 30-ounce Squidward’s Moai house $55. I think I’m going to get the brown SpongeBob variant, then
This is a video of Youtuber and meteorite ring maker David Windestal crafting a beautiful ring from a 4,566,300,000 year old (20,000,000 years older than earth) iron Muonionalusta meteorite with a very distinct Widmanstätten pattern. If you’re interested in a similar ring, David actually has some pre-made ones available starting
This is a video of “Celui qui tombe” (“He Who Falls”) by Yoann Bourgeois, a piece of acrobatic performance art that takes place on a giant rotating turntable, set to Frank Sinatra’s rendition of ‘My Way’. It’s a little weird, but I believe it’s a representation of life and the
These are four characters from the Dungeons & Diversity line of tabletop gaming figurines created by Strata Miniatures that feature heroes in wheelchairs. Specifically, a human druid, elf rogue, teifling cleric, and dwarf barbarian. You can get a resin or metal figurine starting at £15 (~$20), or the 3D printing
Seen here looking like a typical weekday lunch, some 30+ year old Hamm’s beer and Godzilla Heads gum was found stashed behind some shelving at the Walla Walla Public Library in Washington while the facility was undergoing some renovations during its closure due to the coronavirus. Some more info while