Arts & Design

The Anatomy of Domo

Anatomical mix master Jason Freeny has created anatomical models for such oddities as balloon animals, gummy bears and now, Japan’s own Domo. Domo has just been all over the damn place. The last few years, around Halloween,� Domo has been pushed and promoted like crazy. Last year at Target, this year at 7-Eleven, it seems like 2009 is no exception. ...

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E-Rope Modular Power Strip

Power strips usually come in one shape and size. Not much you can do to make a power strip look sexy. The E-Rope concept turns each socket into a modular cube, which allows for assembly into any shape with any number of strips. E-Rope also helps cut-down on energy consumption. Even when a plug is plugged into the E-Rope socket, ...

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Pantone Colored Leather Chair

For people who just can’t decide on an interior color scheme. This Pantone Printed Leather Chair shows off Sif Technology’s ability to print color onto leather. Unfortunately, these chairs aren’t available for purchase. Come on, why is it always the coolest shit that never sees the light of day? High-production cost. Link

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Anatomical Papercraft

Bert Simons created this excellent anatomical papercraft of the muscles of the human skull. Simons calls it an “anatomically incorrect representation,” but it looks pretty damn nifty, incorrect or not. Link [via]

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Bamboo USB Keyboard and Mouse Make Perfect Gifts for Geeky Pandas

A great edible gift for a Panda, not such a great edible gift for Panda pet owners. The 106-key Bamboo Keyboard and Mouse from Brando connects to your computer via its USB port and offers support for Window 2000/XP/Vista and Linux. If you live in a heavy Panda bear population, you might want to either lock the keyboard up tight ...

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Dreamcast Controller iPhone Dock

Old meets new(ish) in Jay Hauf’s Dreamcast iPhone Dock creation. Mr. Hauf, you have just propelled yourself into one of the top spots for best iPhone dock mod. I don’t know if this is cooler than the Dinosaur Dock, because come on, it’s a fricken’ dinosaur, but it’s pretty damn close.

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Multi-Tiered Super Mario Cake Really is Super

So, we get it. You can be a huge Mario fan. That’s cool. I totally get it. I have the dude tattooed on my skin for Christ’s sake. But this cake oozes of obsessive awesomeness. Each tier is meticulously connected by even more Mario goodness, physically attached by Super Mario pipes and topped with a Mario and Peaches topper. From ...

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Kinetically-Powered Rake Concept

Rury Vizcarra’s Power Rake takes the work out of yard work by adding kinetic power to the rake’s arsenal. Powered by the motion of the rake’s front wheels, the Power Rake’s conveyor belt system allows the leaves to be gathered smoothly, without the hitches of the traditional comb-and-handle rake. Oh, and you can adjust the handle height which is great ...

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Gandhi is Google’s G, Yo

In celebration of Mohandes Gandhi’s 150th birthday, Google has created a new logo doodle which appears on their homepage, subbing Gandhi’s round, bald head as the letter G. We have no doubt that CEO Eric Schmidt is also honoring his memory by locking himself in a cell and eating only one grain of rice.

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Make Your Minifig Masterpiece with LEGO Stop Animation Camera

You can really get anything made with a LEGO brick pattern, can’t you? Even something as moderately obscure as a stop animation camera. If your into claymation or minifig-cinema, the stop-motion feature is perfect for creating your own shorts (or pants). This camera retails for around $80. Not too shabby for such an abundant amount of geekery. [amazon link=”B002L6IA08″ title=”Link”] ...

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