Jonathan Fallon

At first glance, or even careful examination, you may find nothing out of the ordinary about this room, besides the awesome decor. However, it would only be comfortable for an action figure or a really nerdy guinea pig. [click to continue…]

Over a three-month period, James Burrows masterfully created a functional roller coaster and dinosaur-themed park using a whopping 125,000 LEGO bricks. [click to continue…]

As a Secret Santa gift for an Imgur user, former MythBuster Adam Savage transformed the discontinued Nerf Longstrike CS-6 from a foam spitting toy into a badass Sci-Fi movie prop. [click to continue…]

YouTuber “Bananenbuurman” has taken LEGO to new heights by creating a train set that travels through his backyard, weaving through and elaborate diorama with fish, boats, cars and an underwater subway. [click to continue…]

Nerf is releasing a new line of blasters that offer a blissful marriage between firing foam objects and launching toy cars off a track. [click to continue…]

Following in the tradition of baffling products such as the Pet Rock comes The Archimedean Turd—a mathematically satisfying, $350 gold-plated poop swirl. [click to continue…]


Los Angeles artist Fernando Reza has drawn inspiration from WW1 and WW2 propaganda to expand on his series of Super Mario-themed posters warning about the dangers of Koopas and the need to enlist to protect warp zones.

Reza is no stranger to such works, having previously created Game of Thrones Saul Bass posters as well as travel ads luring tourists to locations where mythical creatures abound.

Check out more new designs from the Mario series below. [click to continue…]


In order to demonstrate a new sandbox crowd rendering system created by the team at Brilliant Game Studios, game developer Robert Weaver simulated a giant war between 11,000 penguins and 4,000 candy cane-wielding Santas. A conflict that has been percolating for decades is about to boil over. [click to continue…]


German filmmaker Nicola Piovesan is currently working on a film project entitled Attack of the Cyber Octopuses. Based on the title and the picture above, I’m already sold.

The effort is described as “a retro-futuristic cyberpunk short film” that aims to “recreate the look and feel of the Eighties Sci-fi classics, without using CGI nor chroma key” – meaning it will be filmed in actual locations using miniature models and handmade props.

One of those models is this awesome Cyber Octopus that was created using 3D Studio Max and a Wanhao Duplicator. For added touches, the eyes were made from LEDs while the tentacles are articulated with an elastic wire. [click to continue…]


A creative DIYer known as “Makendo” has combined a visualization of a black hole’s warping effect on space and time with a place to set your coffee, feet or oversized picture books.

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Needless to say, this table will wow guests even as it sucks them into another universe. The decor features a circular glass top and a black acrylic rib and ring structure that plunges downward into a central hole containing an infinity mirror illuminated by LEDs. Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]