Jonathan Fallon

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

As part of a promotional stunt to attract Germans to Mexico, The Mexico Tourism Board teamed up with creative agency LAPIZ to create a man-made cloud that actually rains tequila. See it in action on That’s Nerdalicious

Inspired by watching fruit bats fly around during a recent trip Down Under, Kristal Dubois decided to mimic their motions with an articulated flying bat sculpture made from LEGO. [click to continue…]

McDonald’s has a reputation of serving some of the best fountain Coca-Cola around, and now we know the reason. Find out the secret on That’s Nerdalicious

Chronicle Collectibles has made it possible for you to perpetuate the lie that you bagged a T-Rex during one of the Jurassic Park disasters. [click to continue…]

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…]