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  • September 10, 2014
    These are several examples of the collaborative work between 2-year old Eve and her mother Ruth. Eve begins the artistic process with some doodling, then Ruth comes in and adds watercolor. The results, well-- "THEY BELONG IN A MUSEUM." Dammit Indy, not everything belongs in ... / Continue →
  • July 15, 2014
    This is the series of Facebook profile/cover photo combinations that Redditor RubberDogTurds (classic!) created for herself. She did a great job. So good I'm tempted to commission her to make one for me. What will it be?! Me battling Darth Vader in Star Wars? Running from ... / Continue →
  • June 19, 2014
    These are the results of a group of friends' $5 cosplay contest. They each went to the dollar store and had to buy everything they needed to make a costume for less than five bucks. As you can see, everybody did a pretty good job. Except Iron Man. I suspect he spent $2 on t... / Continue →
  • October 30, 2013
    This is a BMW Z4 that was on display at the at the recent China Import and Export Fair in the Guangdong province. It's been painted gold and has a face, scaled wings and tail made from cut mountain yak bone. So if you were worried those yaks died in vain, you can rest a littl... / Continue →
  • October 24, 2013
    This are Anthony Herrera's 2013 designs for Star Wars paper snowflakes. You may recall his 2011 designs from this article. Apparently I missed his 2012 ones, but I included them in this post so we're all caught up. Nobody wants to be behind. Unless they're having sex in a ho... / Continue →
  • June 24, 2013
    This is the AT-AT some Imperial employee at Whataburger made out of those little ketchup buckets. You know, it's a real shame this isn't all the rage like taking a picture of yourself licking somebody's food is. Thanks to my buddy Terry, who refuses to eat fast food (more tha... / Continue →
  • June 20, 2013
    This is a tutorial from Instructables user mikeasaurus (of DIY plastic dinosaur high heels fame) of how to make your own plastic toy corn cob holders. Basically it involves sawing a plastic animal in half then filling them and hot-gluing store bought corn cob holders inside. ... / Continue →