DIYs & Mods

Best of Both Worlds: LEGO Foosball Table

Merging the best of two of the geekiest worlds into one, the LEGO Foosball table combines the amazing sport of table soccer (and yes, I use the word sport very loosely here) with our absolute favorite building toy, LEGOs. Look, Knex are pretty good and I’mma let you finish, but LEGOs make the best foosball table of all-time! Hit the ...

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Mona Lisa Halloween Costume

Still having a tough time picking out your Halloween costume? This Mona Lisa costume will probably work for both men and woman since the Mona Lisa itself is of ambiguous sex to begin with. Simply create your own mock Mona Lisa design and cut a face hole in your design. Designer Alexa Westerfield provides more in-depth instructions on her site ...

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The NES Console Guitar

The title of this post is in no way misleading. This is an actual working guitar made using an NES console! This must be the coolest damn mash-up in gaming history. I’ve heard people say gaming rocks, but this is ridiculous. Ridiculously awesome. Awesomely ridiculous. Awdiculous. Including Donkey Kong knobs and Mario switches, check out the video after the jump ...

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Yoshi and Mario Wall Hanger

Made using an inkjet printer, sticker labels and a 1/4? foam board, the Mario Riding Yoshi wall hanging design wants to lick you to death, sort of like a sex-addicted prison-escapee, but now with more reptilian spice. Watch the mustache, I heard it can leave some rug burn. Link

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Make Your Own Lawn Flamingo of Doom

Originally called “Flamingos with Fricken Laser Beams,” you too can create your very own Halloween-themed lawn flamingo of doom with this helpful phototutorial. The “fricken laser beams” title is slightly misleading as the doom flamingo has LED eyes rather than fricken’ laser beams. But either way, the eyes do glow. Ok, but what about the lawn gnomes of destruction? Link ...

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Steampunk Wedding Cake

Believe it or not, the metallic gears, doors, rivets, and panels were all made of fondant and were entirely edible. Through our long history of steampunk fanboy-ism we’ve never come across an edible steampunk creation, so this is pretty incredible.

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Cocaine Scale in an iPhone Costume

Scarface would have been all over this Cocaine Scale, which makes the device resemble an iPhone. Take off the mobile-esque case and poof, snort away into your own magical world of speed. A scale is essential for dealers who like to measure their sale out to the exact milligram. While in its case, the scale looks like your average iPhone, ...

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Mini Lighter Cufflinks

These Mini Lighter Cufflinks were available on Etsy before the internet took over and sold out every last pair. Will they be back? Who knows, but lord, these things are awesome. They’re cufflinks which are actual lighters, meaning you can light up a smoke without even reaching into your pocket. I wouldn’t recommend these if you go a little heavy ...

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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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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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