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  • May 13, 2016
    This is a short video demonstration of the hidden underground beer fridge built by Peter Götting from Germany. With the push of a lever on the side of the house, the beer fridge rises to display its contents. With another push of the lever it descends back into the earth. No... / Continue →
  • April 7, 2014
    This is the space shuttle replica that a 60-something Chinese farmer built on the roof of his home in the Guangdong province. Obviously, all the neighbors are jealous. And can you blame them? Who doesn't want a spaceship replica on top of their house? Nobody I want to be fr... / Continue →
  • January 24, 2013
    Look at this girl. She looks crazy, right? Like, why the hell are you turning the water on, you're going to soak you're going to soak your pants and it's obviously cold out. The thing is, she's not turning the water on, she's opening the secret rear entrance to the house. W... / Continue →
  • November 17, 2009
    The Bender House looks like Bender's dome from Futurama. If you've never seen Futurama I'm going to assume you don't have a television or internet so you probably aren't even reading this. Unless they print out copies of Geekologie and distribute them in Africa, which, I thin... / Continue →
  • November 17, 2009
    Berry Plastics and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers teamed up to develop X-Flex, a wallpaper with woven Kevlar strong enough to prevent bomb blasts from blowing all your shit up. Nice, but is it Big Bad Wolf proof? That mother can huff and puff! X-Flex works so well that t... / Continue →
  • February 26, 2009
    12-year old Max Wallack is a boy. A 12-year old one. Max Wallack, 12-year old boy, understands the plight of the homeless. Not really, because he's never been homeless, but he still feels for them all the same. Did I mention he's an inventor? 12-year old boy-inventor Max W... / Continue →
  • January 20, 2009
    The Wall AG is a Swiss company out to solve the problem of homelessness, particularly in third-world countries, with the Universal World House -- a $5,000 paper house. This isn't mere papercraft--the Universal World House is a $5,000, 390-square-foot modular home, outfitted wi... / Continue →
  • June 4, 2008
    This is the Handwrench by designer Paul Julius Martus. It's a hand wrench, with a little hand on the end. BWAHAH HA HA HA! Some people, so clever. I'm pretty sure it's just an art piece though, seeing how your little fingers would probably break off if you were trying to bu... / Continue →
  • May 1, 2008
    Creative Home Engineering is a firm that specializes in build secret passageways into your house. Which is pretty much the awesomest thing I've ever heard (besides hearing that American Gladiators was coming back, but before I saw one and realized it was a disaster). They ma... / Continue →
  • December 27, 2007
    Someone made a little scene from Portal with LEGO blocks. As you can see it's pretty basic. Maybe a falling scene in an MC Escher style would have been cooler. It doesn't matter though, the main reason I'm posting this is because it reminds me of the portal I opened in my be... / Continue →