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  • February 13, 2013
    This is the conceptual Darth Vader meditation chamber fireplace designed by Dave Delisle. It can be opened and closed to adjust the room temperature or kept closed when not in use. Of course it can't REALLY do anything because it's just a computer rendering and not a real thi... / Continue →
  • January 28, 2013
    This is a fancy wooden NES controller coffee table built by the folks at the Bohemian Workbench (who previously built this one). It's made with a bunch of exotic woods, is Wii compatible, comes with a zapper, and costs $7,200. *coughing up blood* That's a lot of money. "Wai... / Continue →
  • December 13, 2012
    This is an officially licensed $35 Minecraft torch lamp. The plastic lamps are powered by three AAA batteries and can either sit upright on a table or mounted to a wall diagonally. I just hung a bunch around my bedroom to give it kind of a medieval castle feel. "It's not wor... / Continue →
  • August 20, 2012
    This is the Clopen Shelf from Torafu Architects. It might just look like a plain old shelf, BUT IT CONTAINS A HIDDEN DRAWER FOR VALUABLES. Don't own any valuables? Welcome to the club. The drawer is only 23mm (~0.9 of an inch) tall though, so you can forget about stashing a... / Continue →
  • September 9, 2010
    Sorry for the slightly late start today folks, I got up at 4AM to drive to LAX and back so if I seem like a crackhead it's because I bought some on the way home. OMG I can totally see how people get hooked on this shit aside, this is a NES console coffee table lovingly crafted... / Continue →
  • July 27, 2010
    This is a Batpod replica (not to be confused with this Batpod replica) spotted in the wild near Mountain View, California. But as you'll see in the other pics, it actually has Florida tags -- and you all know what that means: no helmet laws! You can smash your brain up all yo... / Continue →
  • June 11, 2010
    Note: Video is after the jump because I couldn't live with myself if anybody accidentally put an eye out on the front page. Jack Streat went and built himself a fully functional Lee Enfield sniper rifle out of LEGO Technics. And by 'fully functional' I mean the thing can accu... / Continue →