Because can you even call yourself a band if you don’t have at least one instrument that looks like a creepy baby doll, these are the $300 BabyBot musical synthesizers created and sold by Moonlight Armada. Available in light theremin (red) and analog synthesizer (purple) editions, both are ‘set up
This is a video of Austin, Texas based Sideserf Cakes owner Natalie Sideserf demonstrating how to make a very realistic looking corn on the cob cake. Mmmm, bitcorns. Personally, I feel like the whole thing should have a glossy exterior like the bit under the melted butter for even extra
Because what better way to pay than with nostalgia, this is the Blockbuster Membership Card skin for sale by Etsy seller OdocoCustoms for $8. Available in four styles (chip cutout only, name and # cutout, chip and name cutout, and no cutout at all), you’ll be the envy of everyone
This is a video from Chris Meyer, project manager at Turner Construction Company, which was hired to help with the renovation of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History on the school’s campus in Newhaven, Connecticut, of an excavator with its jaw attachment very appropriately painted like a dinosaur head
This is a set of hand-painted gaming dice created by die maker Live And Let Dice, inspired by the cherry blossom covered minty cans of AriZona Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey. A single D20 die will set you back $42, and a full set of D4,D6,D8,D10,D10%,D12, and D20 will
You know what the world has been missing? “Gold glitter taco sneakers.” Exaaactly. And now Dolls Kill has filled that folded tortilla shaped void with these Current Mood Salsa Time Taco Sneakers. The shoes cost $88 and ‘have a gold glitter construction, adjustable lace-up closures, and platform soles.’ Those are
This is a 3D printed ashtray made out of cement that looks like a smoking volcano whenever there’s a burning cigarette placed inside. It’s available from Espicades on Amazon for $28 plus $8 shipping, which seems a little pricey for a 3D printed cement ashtray. Is that cement even non-toxic?
Remember payphones? Feels like a hundred years ago, doesn’t it? Well it was, it was actually a hundred years ago when AT&T tore the last payphone off an outside wall at a 7-11, its phonebook stolen long before by hoodlums who burnt it in an alleyway. My God we’re old.