If you’ve never wanted a pet At-At of your very own, you damn sure will after watching this amazing stop-action animation from Patrick Boivin. This is seriously adorable, and I seriously want one. +10 to Patrick for making it crap out Jabba the Hutt.
Anyone who has seen Howl’s Moving Castle wants to live there. And who can blame them, really? Who wouldn’t want to live in a castle that can walk on two legs, and transport you to different worlds with the turn of a dial? Sadly, Ben Millett can’t build you the real thing, but he shows…
Artist/illstrator Alicia Traveria created these fabulous brain slug cupcakes as an homage to one of every geek’s favorite cartoons, Futurama.
If you ever thought you’ve done anything talented, awesome or cool, trust me – it’s utter crap compared to the unimaginable awesomeness of this guy’s Bioshock chainsaw wood carving.
This true-to-size sculpture of the alien queen weighs in at over 1,200 lbs (550 kg) and costs a mere $6,165 USD – but given that it’s made entirely from 4,000 recycled spare parts, we think that’s actually a pretty good deal.
I can’t decide if this is awesome and mean, or just awesome. But as they say, funny and mean – still funny.
These Lego versions of characters from Hayao Miyazaki’s classic My Neighbor Totoro are part of Iain Heath’s (aka Ochre Jelly) entry to BrikCon 2010 which takes place from September 30th – October 3rd of this year in Seattle, WA.
With Henson gone, Kermit finally outlived his usefulness…