Artist Diet Wiegman has created light sculptures that form beautiful images when viewed at a certain angle. According to Wiegman’s website, his first light sculpture, “Regarded from two sides,” was created in 1984.
Everyone remembers his childhood toys. It is from this common idea that the photographer Gabriele Galimberti had an excellent series called “Toy Stories,” which captures the world’s children surrounded by their favorite toys. Too see more [Read more...]
Probably one of the coolest bed sheets to have ever been around, this set lets you live it up, or at least sleep in an astronaut makeover. The space suit duvet and pillowcase are printed with high resolution images of an actual space suit and helmet would make it easy to drift into galactic dreams and take a run on the spaceship controls before we head out for a space walk. Costs $80. Parents, get your children one of these. [Read more...]
The young men who opened fire at Columbine High School, at the movie theater in Aurora, Colo., and in other massacres had this in common: they were video gamers who seemed to be acting out some dark digital fantasy. It was as if all that exposure to computerized violence gave them the idea to go on a rampage — or at least fueled their urges.
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Botanical artist Makoto Azuma just completed work on this lovely bonsai tree made entirely from LEGO bricks. [Read more...]
The Wii U is an HD system with a new type of controller called a GamePad. The GamePad is unique because it offers an additional touchscreen for game play. The GamePad can also be used to play games without the console. The Wii U system is available in two versions: a Basic Set and a Deluxe Set.
Hits stores on November 18th and will retail for $299.99. to view virtual tour [Read more...]
Introducing the LovePalz concept a smartphone operated virtual sex device which allows you to have sex with your partner over the phone. To use the Palz a man puts his thing in a thing and a woman puts a thing in her thing and the technology mimics the same speed, or not, because who’s counting.
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As The LEGO Group celebrates its 80th Birthday, we take a look back at its history with this short animated film. [Read more...]
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 takes multiplayer to 2025..check trailer [Read more...]
The Kumi Yama Snowpark in France looks like a fun place, and a dangerous one with piranha plants littering the landscape. It’s a good thing it also has plenty of power ups. [Read more...]
Moist Production is back with another dissected masterpiece. Jason Freeny from Moist is the mastermind behind this piece of art.
Symbol Record Console
Vinyl made its comeback some time ago, but the record player has yet to catch up. Until now. The Symbol Record Console ($TBA) is a bench-made modern record player that pays homage to the all-in-one console hi-fis of the ’50s, but bests them with an incredibly clean, modern look. Features include solid American Walnut construction, a metal base, two 6.5-inch full-range speakers, a second, hidden amplifier and subwoofer, built-in Wi-Fi for streaming music from an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or computer, and a hand-built tube amplifier and turntable, which are set into patinated steel plates to lend the appropriate sense of style to the proceedings.