To celebrate his 76th birthday, this is a video of Rubik’s Cube artist BigWendy creating a portrait of Erno Rubik while blindfolded, using those tactile Rubik’s Cubes. That’s nice, I bought him cupcakes. Well, I bought me cupcakes. Some more info: As a Happy Birthday, I dedicated my first blindfolded
This is a stop motion video of the $800 LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon set (#75192) being constructed using The Force. It’s not actually The Force assembling the model though, just Youtuber Lego My Legos painstakingly putting it together and taking a picture like every second over the course of
These are a few examples of the comic book cover stained glass art (plus BONUS Victorian/gothic Wolverine and Cyclops stained glass portraits) produced by artist Jesse Olwen (pieces available in his Etsy shop, Cyclops portrait $730). Obviously, they all include some glass painting as well because of all the too-small-to-cut-glass-for
This is a video made from film footage taken around Tokyo, Japan from 1913-1915 that has been upscaled to 4K resolution and 60 frames/second, with deflickering, colorization, and facial restoration. It’s amazing to say the least. I feel like I just stepped out of my time machine, which was shocking
This is a video of Natalie Sideserf of Sideserf Cake Studio walking us through her process of creating a life-size, hyperrealistic McDonald’s Egg McMuffin cake. Clearly, Natalie has the skills to pay the bills. Hopefully mine, because my water is getting cut off on Friday and I lost One-Eyed Willie’s
This is a humorously animated video of Liam’s girlfriend Jessie retelling the story of The Empire Strikes Back after having only seen it once months ago. It’s cute. I also included her doing the same thing for A New Hope because the video exists and it only took me like
This is a video of singer/songwriter Stefan Murphy performing The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air theme as ‘a tragic Irish pub ballad.’ He does a great job. Did I cry? Do all the Irish drink whiskey for breakfast? “No.” Exactly *slamming Guinness* I AIN’T NO CRYBABY.
This is a gallery of New Zealand woodworker Henk Verhoeff’s various furniture creations, which appear to be cartoon inspired in both their funhouse mirror proportions and apparent damage. Henk estimates each piece takes between 80 and 100 hours to complete, and pieces are occasionally available through eBay auctions linked on