Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Gangsta

Friday, September 26, 2008

The Star Wars Culture

"Visiting big sites such fffound, Flickr and others, it becomes really obvious how huge Star Wars culture is."











More pics at abduzeedo.com

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Anti-Theft Lunch Bag


"Stealing your co-worker's lunch is a downright contemptible act, that is, if it's perpetrated by someone other than you. But, if you've ever had your lunch stolen, you know the the frustration and anger it causes. You know the revenge and ill-will it inspires. And you know that no matter how well you try to hide your lunch bag at the back of the refrigerator, something's gonna be missing when you open it. Well, lament no more. The Anti-Theft Lunch Bag to the rescue . . ."

Via skforlee.com

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Living Chucky Dolls Invade Times Square




"Passersby gawked, laughed and sneered at the six fully-grown flame-haired ‘dolls’ who crossed roads and stalked street corners brandishing butcher’s knives.
Each Chucky wore the horror film character’s trademark blue dungarees and striped long-sleeve T-shirt.
The eye-catching stunt was designed to promote the release of Child’s Play, Chucky’s 20th Birthday Edition DVD."
Via Digg.com

Related: 
Chucky Rides The Subway 
Chucky Costume

Sunday, September 07, 2008

The Cassette Tape Skeleton





"Cassette tapes are near extinction, considering CDs, DVDs, Blue Ray and other innovative disk coming along. And the following skeleton is one wacky creation for this statement. The creation belongs to Brian Dettmer, I guy famous for altering common media such as old books, maps, record albums, and cassette tapes and transforming them into works of art. The following skeleton is currently on display at the International Museum of Surgical Science."

Via wackyarchives.com

Yoda The Cat

"If Batman had a cat, it would probably look something like this.

The household pet, named Yoda, was born with an extra set of ears.

Valerie and Ted Rock took him in two years ago after visiting a bar near their home in Chicago, where he was being passed round by curious drinkers.

He was one of a large litter and the owners were looking for a home for him."

Via dailymail.co.uk