Arts & Design

Lamborghini Ankonian Concept: Child of the Batmobile

Innovation meets beauty with the creation of the Lamborghini Ankonian Concept. Not your grandpapi’s Lambo, this bad boy appears to be created using reptilian metallic scales. Built like some sort of dinosaur/shielded Batmobile hybrid, the Arkonian is pretty much an orgasm in car form.

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Steampunk Menorah

I have a dream. A modest dream when compared to that of Martin Luther King Jr., but a dream nevertheless. I have a dream that one day I’ll be able to live in a home that is fully-designed in the Steampunk fashion. From floor to ceiling, this home would be decked out in Victorian/Sci-fi goodness. And don’t think I would ...

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Talk About a Flamer

This LEGO sculpture depicts the very definition of a flamer. Made using every fiery LEGO piece he could get his hands on, David Pickett created Helios, the flaming LEGO monster. I can hear the cheesy action hero taglines now. “If you play with fire, you’re gonna get burrrrned, son.” Look, there might be other, easier ways to create your own ...

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Break the Ice With Bizarre Mouse Assisted Socialization

I typically don’t think of rodents when I think of how to break the ice on a first date. I just never made that association. I’m not Richard Gere. But this bizarre Mouse Assisted Interplay system allows two socializing love birds to walk around wearing a mobile mouse nest, allowing your mouse to interact with your partner’s mouse, supposedly spurring ...

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Millennium Falcon Bed: Take A Snooze, Just Don’t Get Cocky

She might be a pile of junk, but she’s got it where it counts. One thing no one complained about aboard the Millennium Falcon was the comfort. With all of that seating space, it’s no wonder that the comfort level was the one thing Skywalker couldn’t bitch about. Experience the ship’s comfort yourself with this awesome Millennium Falcon-inspired bed. Complete ...

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Doormat Scale Breaks Your Guests’ Spirits

And they really thought they could avoid weighing themselves by hiding their own scale. Nice try, fatty. There’s no way to avoid your morbid obesity now. There’s no blaming it on your big bones. The scale doesn’t lie. Either does the fact that you can’t fit through my door without shimmying ever so delicately. The Doormat Scale won’t let your ...

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If Twitter Were a Book from the 60s and Other Retro Web Services

There’s something about vintage-styled book covers that really grabs your attention. Especially when the vintage style meets modern technology. What if modern web services happened to be books from the 60s? Don’t ask me how, just pretend that by some stretch of the imagination, these web services were inspired by vintage books. The resulting book covers would have likely looked ...

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Garden Noam Chomsky

Hey man, don’t come crying to us when your new Garden Noam starts correcting your linguistic skills or berates your guests with tirades about U.S. foreign policy. We totally warned you and we might just let an “I told you so” fly. Garden Noams are the new Garden Jawas are the new Garden Gnomes. Link [via]

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Zombified Star Wars Posters

Luke Skywalker is on the hunt for intergalactic freedom. Release from the iron grip of the Dark Side. And if he gets an opportunity to eat a few brains along the way? Well, he might just partake. Who wouldn’t?! Artist Matt Busch created these awesome Zombified Star Wars posters. And I thought nothing could make the Star Wars universe cooler. ...

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Gorgeous Mystery and Moontek Watches

These gorgeous futuristic watches by designer Jacques Fournier caught my eye because of their modern style and sleek finish. The Mystery features four different time zones on four separate face plates while the Moontek is slightly more conventional, featuring a gorgeous Tourbillon and a jumping hour feature inspired by space travel, a feature everybody will need when we’re all evacuated ...

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