Remember when Choose Your Own Adventure books were a thing? With the modern entertainment options available to us, that genre seems to have faded into oblivion. We haven’t seen anyone making the attempt to revive this genre since Jurassic World Choose Your Own Adventure Book.
Japanese papercraft artist behind Kami-Robo, Tomohiro Yasui, also make original action figures. His latest non-papercraft creation, Rubber Ducky action figure, have left us mildly disturbed and amazed at the same time.
You saw how Adam Savage built a steampunk rickshaw to enable Boston Dynamics’ robotic dog Spot to haul him around. You probably have also seen how the man scratch built the fabulous Victorian/steampunk-ish rickshaw.
Have you ever come across some work of art that, after viewing, kind of leave you feeling breathless? I have never… but that’s until today when I saw this piece called SPQR by freelance LEGO artist Rocco Buttliere.
Here’s a winter cabin you don’t see everyday. Yes. It is a winter cabin which, somehow, has a pair of Volvo 240 station wagon embedded in it. We have seen people putting cars inside the living or turn part of a car into functional furniture, but never a car embedded to the side of a […]
Here’s another Guinness World Record we absolutely felt the need to mention because, well, Star Wars. Folks, what you see before you here is the Guinness World Records for Largest Star Wars Toothpick Sculpture.
Here’s a chance for petrol heads to own a piece of Ford’s glorious past. Le Mans Coupes Ltd, an UK importer of the Superformance GT40 evocations, is selling replica nose panels of the famed 60s Ford GT40.
Remember how everyday house objects inspired artist Eric Geusz to create some amazing illustration of spaceships? Well, one man (YouTuber SteamGeezer and Son) was in turn inspired by Eric Geusz and decided to do the same, picking out one of Geusz’s work as the based and built an actual model of it.
Remember the cool dad who turned his 6-year-old child’s doodles into “real-life versions” by the way of digital art? Obviously, there’s no way Dom’s dad could have created real life oddly proportioned creatures, but Chris Salomone, on the hand, actually turned his son’s drawing into real life version.
I got a little trippy looking at 2020 Cats+Dogs Space Journey Calendar by Brazilian graphic designer Otavio Santiago. It does not help especially after I, coincidentally, re-watched the entire season 1 of Rick and Morty.