Monthly Archives: April 2012
This dude has created an actual Star Trek Phaser. What the what!? A must have accessory for any true Trekky.
Stefaan de Crook an urban street artist uses a high power pressure washer to carve artwork into the moss growing outside of the STUK Art Center in Leuven, Belgium. Unfortunately the moss grows back pretty quickly so if you want to see it you have to get there within the first couple weeks of it being done.
A brilliant MIT student turns a building into a giant game of Tetris. I wanna play!
Check out this optical illusion done using water and a sub-woofer speaker. Prepare for your mind to be blown.
This dude is my hero. His name is Charles Lushear and not only has he built this kickass Nintendo Controller Coffee Table he has also managed to make it fully functional as in you can actually use it as the control to your video game. If you want one they take four to six weeks to make and cost a measly old $3500 (chump change am I right?). Check it out in all its glory in the video below.
Check out this awesome video of outer space using real raw footage from NASA Cassini and Voyager missions. The song is The Cinematic Orchestra -That Home (Instrumental).
You are here. It seems that the Google Map Pins aren’t only found in the digital realm. Artist, Aram Bartholl is the creator of these oversized real-life Google Map Pins, made of simply wood and paint. Between 2006 and 2010 he placed them in various places in Germany and Poland. So keep your eyes peeled because there may be one near you!