Jonathan Fallon

Back in February, Taco Bell announced that it would begin hosting summer weddings at its Cantina flagship restaurant in Las Vegas, and kicked things off with an all expenses paid Love and Tacos Contest. If you were one of the many taco devotees who didn’t win, and have been holding off on tying the knot until the dream venue was available for bookings, you’ll be happy to know that your planning can now begin. Read more on That’s Nerdalicious

It was only a matter of time before two of the internet’s favorite things collided, and the result is a new series of LEGO-style brick cat sculptures from Hong-Kong-based company JEKCA. [click to continue…]

Using leftover cardboard boxes, doting dad John Stoddard gave his six-year-old daughter the gift of a Star Wars snowspeeder for her school’s annual “drive-in” movie event, which involves kids and their parents bringing a cardboard car or spaceship to sit in while they watch a movie on the last day before summer break. [click to continue…]

In the wake of the wildly successful Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout ride, Disney has been finding new and edible ways to capitalize on the cash cow that is Groot cuteness.

First, “I Am Groot” sipper cups began popping up for sale, and now Disneyland has debuted bread shaped like the sentient tree’s head. Read more on That’s Nerdalicious

Etsy seller Pixie Brook is giving you a chance to conquer a Goomba with your butt thanks to this handmade stool. [click to continue…]

Design student Ben Myers and his father put a very interesting, uh…spin on the game of chess with this globe-shaped magnetic board. [click to continue…]

Pokémon fanatics will recognize Poké Balls as devices used to catch and store Pocket Monsters. However, Bandai is changing things up a bit with a series of 11 Poké Balls designed to dispense breath mints. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

Once upon a time an education blog mistook artist Aja Kusick’s painting of the Eiffel Tower for an actual Van Gogh. Realizing that the legendary impressionist likely never saw the iconic structure, Kusick decided to embark on a new series of works inspired by his style and starring additional subjects he never laid eyes on. You, on the other hand, are probably quite familiar with them. [click to continue…]

Japan is well known for dispensing anything and everything through vending machines, so it’s increasingly difficult to find one that truly surprises you. This origami vending machine represents one of those rare moments. [click to continue…]

NYC-based eatery Pop Pasta has combined the popular Neapolitan spaghetti pie with an American donut to create a new frankenfood aptly referred to as the spaghetti donut. See more on That’s Nerdalicious