25 Pieces of Star Trek Fan Art

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Star Trek Into Darkness is upon us. While some countries have yet to receive the film, most other countries have been able to see the film at some point last week. In honor of yet another Star Trek movie’s opening, I’ve compiled twenty-five pieces of Star Trek fan art that highlights the J.J. Abram’s 2009 reboot, as well as this new film.Continue Reading

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5 Geeky Popcorn Buckets You’d Love To Put Your Grubby Hands Into

Popcorn is the most delicious (non-female) thing to have sitting in the seat next to you at a movie.  I bought two tickets before I knew that my date was going to stand me up, so why not take up a seat with my huge bucket of popcorn?  Yes, folks, we have gone so far down the path of obesity that we now call them “buckets.”  Ironic, isn’t it, how we can walk so far down the path of obesity and not be getting any exercise?

These five geeky popcorn buckets are the most awesome innovations when it comes to high-tech chemical compounds that have the ability to retain popcorn in a reservoir that allows for simple extraction.  Translation: it makes it easier for you to eat things.Continue Reading

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9 Pieces of Chocolate Art Too Awesome To Eat

Generally, chocolate is something that you like to shove into your mouth.  It’s also probably one of the only brown-colored items that tastes delicious!  (Mud is only good if I’m very hungry.)  Unfortunately, these nine pieces of chocolate art are not for eating, unless you’re eating them with your eyes.  Then, you may go ahead and feast with your ocular balls of jelly.  (Not literally, though, because I would pee myself if your eyes grew mouths and started eating things.)Continue Reading

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7 Creepy Representations of Iconic Video Game Characters

I will preface this article with a simple statement: this stuff is weird.  I’m just going to let everyone know up front that they may never see some of their favorite game characters the same way ever again.  Video game characters don’t always translate well when you bring them into the real world, and oftentimes you end up with an abomination on your hands.  These seven creepy representations of iconic video game characters are some of the weirdest you’ve seen.  Ever.

Note: if there are even weirder depictions, don’t tell me about them, because I will tear out my eyes.Continue Reading

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Browse, Or Browse Not, There Is No Try

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May 4th is Star Wars day, because geeks love puns and, you know, May the Fourth be with you!

So, in honor of Star Wars day I’ve put together a list of cool Star Wars inspired stuff from around the web. It’s kind of random, but all of it is cool, and if you love Star Wars I’m sure you’ll find at least a few of these interesting.

Some of these are older than others, but hopefully there’s a few things on here you haven’t seen before, and if not, take a walk down memory lane and peruse it again. Enjoy!

Brandon Peat’s Star Wars Alphabet

V is for Vader

The absolutely cutest alphabet of characters from a galaxy far, far away. Perfect for decorating the room of any young geeks in training.

Some are obvious, L is for Luke and Leia, V is for Vader, Y is for Yoda, but there’s a few in there that you might not have thought of off the top of your head unless you’ve read the books. In any case, all are adorable, and the drawings are great.Continue Reading

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Wigs Made Entirely Out Of LEGO

Mindplay: Bricks On Me is a small series of wigs made entirely out of LEGO bricks. The advertising campaign was shot by Elroy Klee.

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Portraits Of Iconic Musicians Printed on Vinyl Records

I’m digging these portraits of iconic musicians made from reclaimed vinyl records.

Los Angeles based artists Kaylee Carrington and Donny Phillips created these create unique and collectable works of art.

You can purchase the portraits from Music Heads Etsy shop for $49.99 or £32.20. My favourite is Morrissey – The Smiths.

Carrington said:

I was working in the garage a while back and a song in the background got stuck in my head. On one of the highest shelves, there was a collection of “broken records” in in a sad, dusty pile because they could no longer be played and I knew what had to be done…

If a song is going to get stuck in my head, I want it to be a good song. What better way to be reminded of that song than to stare at Joe Strummer’s face on vinyl every time I walk into my living room?

The two things I love most are music and visual arts and I can’t imagine one without the other. My aim is to redefine the notion of the broken record. Reclaimed- restored- converted- call it what you will, music simply can’t be broken or tossed away.

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Famous Peeps Get One Tiny Hand’s Treatments

This is why I sometimes love the Internet.

One Tiny Hand is a Tumblr site created by Zach Vitale with the help of his two buddies james weinberg and bob o’connor that photoshopped a tiny hand onto images of famous people.

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Wipe Your Shitter On Hitler

DrawTheShitler.com sells toilet paper that needs your shitter to complete Hitler.

You supply the mustache when you wipe.

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Callum Cooper And His Trippy Jump Rope

Australian filmmaker and artist Callum Cooper created this trippy jumping rope film titled Full Circle for Klezinski to showcase its hand-crafted fashion pieces. Klezinski is a multi-disciplinary design studio based in London and Melbourne.

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