This is a video of teenager Mathew Minton doing his $366 best to modify both the interior and exterior of a Nissan Rogue to turn it into a Tesla look-alike. His modifications include changing out the badges, painting the wheels and adding Tesla center caps, adding seat covers and a
This is a video of keycap artist Tiny discussing the cleverly named ‘Smorgasboard’ keyboard she made that has all food related keycaps crafted out of modeling clay. Most of the foods even represent the key they’re on (ie avocado for A, sushi for S, doughnut for D, french fries for
This is a short video of a 1967 Cadillac DeVille convertible that’s been outfitted with custom Colt .45 Peacemaker replica car door handles. I like how you have to press the cylinder to open the door, that’s pretty cool. To open my car door? You have to pull the zip-tie
This is the Grinch arm Christmas tree accessory handmade and sold by Etsy shop Craftadaykeepdocaway (can anybody verify that claim? my deductible is killing me). The $55 arms are attached to your tree via two strong wires and make the perfect accessory for the Grinch lover on your holiday list.
These are the food-safe, ultra-realistic human skull bowls crafted and sold by Etsy shop CatacombCulture. They hold 16-ounces, come in a variety of different colors, and are hand wash only and NOT microwave safe. I am okay with that. Unfortunately, they cost $175+ depending on color, which I am much
This is a video of Bob of I Like To Make Stuff (me too, but mostly just messes) constructing a giant Star Wars inspired entertainment center (television) and server rack (to hold audio, video, and computer equipment) for his office. The result is…well, let’s just say that’s going to look
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 the Puking Kitty Gravy Boat originally created by glass artist Ginger Ames all the way back in 2012, which were only available for a limited time and quickly sold out. Well now Ginger and her husband have decided to start reselling the puking kitties after being featured on