These are the Bat Masks developed and sold by fashion brand Mantrap 1989 by Heathyr Lawrence. The look like bats and are hand-sewn from four panels of 100% cotton sheeting for an authentic bat look. Unfortunately for anybody who hasn’t already made a small fortune selling potions in the swamp,
This is a video of Youtuber The Q building a chair based on tensegrity (aka floating structural compression, links to Wikipedia) that’s large and strong enough to support the weight of a relatively lightweight adult human and a Coca-Cola can. Now I read the Wikipedia article I linked to above
This is the 5-piece hand-knit Yoda costume for infants made by Fenbo and available on Amazon ($23 +$5 shipping). That seems like a good deal for something that was hand-knit, I hope they’re compensating the knitters fairly. Of course this isn’t an officially licensed product, so maybe they’re just passing
This is the real life Toy Story Woody doll crafted by figure-maker toyman___zhao. He, uh, he definitely looks like a doll that can come to life. Now what he does when he’s alive is anybody’s guess, but based on the expression on his face, it’s gaze in wonderment at my
This is a video from Featherheads Bird Rescue in Hobart, Tasmania of an exercise wheel crafted by Alison McNeice (NOT McNugget) to keep the chickens at the rescue enriched and entertained while they snack. Hey, whatever works. Also, did the person filming cut the video because they were laughing so
This is ‘Doubts’, a rug that looks like it’s melting onto the floor as designed by structural textile artist Faig Ahmed. But does it have a deeper meaning? Gosh, I sure hope so: “We started the production of this work a month before the whole world plunged into doubts about
These are two videos highlighting the work of Swiss artist Simon Berger, who creates portraits in broken safety glass using nothing but a hammer and hand-eye-coordination. For reference, I tried making a similar portrait once but it didn’t turn out that great and my parents made me apologize and pay
This is a short video of somebody who modded the rear windshield and wiper of their Ford Fiesta with Thor and his hammer Mjölnir. Not the worst design, but Thor does create a blindspot in the rear window and he IS continuously beating himself in the head with his hammer.