This is a wearable LEGO Master Chief helmet designed and built by Ben Caulkins (no relation to Macaulay -- that he'll admit). It looks infinitely better than the cheap rubber version I picked up from the bargain bin at Carl's Costume Basement. Which, un-fun fact: is an actual basement. A creepy one. Carl in a bathrobe with his blimpie hanging out doesn't help. One time he asked if I'd touch it for a 15% discount. I hit it with a plastic pirate cutlass and ran.
Hit the jump for two more shots, including one of Ben modeling the thing on his dome.
The Lego Master Chief Helmet You Can Actually Wear [gizmodo]
Master Chief's helmet looks good in Lego, but won't stand headshots [brothers-brick]
Thanks to X-raptor, who used to be a raptor but isn't anymore? That sucks.
This is an XBox customized by Richard Taylor at Weta Workshop to celebrate the millionth 360 sold in Australia and New Zealand. I'm not sure who the character is, but I suspect he's like an Australian G.I. Joe or something. As you can see, dude is shooting one side while some... / Continue →
This is a Master Chief stained glass window made by MartianGlassWorks, the same man behind all this other video game inspired glass art. Now listen Chief -- I want you keep an eye on the house while I'm out drinking. And if you could let me back in when I get home that would ... / Continue →
This is a pair of bookends made by Portal fan TriangleMen. Me being more into SquircleMen aside, I see what you did there. With the bookends, not your name. So yeah, great job. Now, here's the plan: you draw up some sort of short-sticked licensing deal with Valve, and I'll ... / Continue →