Entries in AT-AT (15)
Pedalpalooza (Portland, Oregon) runs from June 7th through the 30th and this time around it is a Star Wars Vs. Star Trek bike battle race extreme.
One of the entries in the battle is this super awesome bicycle that has been converted into an AT-AT walker that actually moves with the biker as he/she pedals. Sorry Star Trek fans, but this might have you beat. Beat hard and beamed away into the final frontier where you belong (which isn't all that bad).
Make sure you read on to see more pics and even a video of it in action.
Let's face it... stormtroopers know how to drink. If you were constantly wrapped in white/black plastic body armor that doesn't even stop a laser blast you'd be rocking the bottle too. What better to store your supply of reality numbing booze than in a custom wooden AT-AT walker. This was made by Colin Johnson. Read on to see more angles.
With a pile of old cardboard boxes and a galactic ton of love, Matheson Harris has created quite the impressive collection of DIY Star Wars ships.
"Hot glue, cardboard, sharpie, a few sucker sticks and ping pong balls"
Read on to see the entire garbage armada of a tie fighter, x-wing, tie fighter, AT-ST and even a giant cardboard star destroyer.
Ok, let's all admit it, the economy sucks and America can't get seem to get anything going right for itself these days. So, Mike Koehler came up with an idea. MAKE a FULL SIZE (yes, that includes lasers), fully functional AT-AT that would measure about 20 meters tall, and prop it up somewhere in Oklahoma. He believes that creating such a structure will bring America together and show how powerful of a nation we truly are. America, fuck yeah !
He is currently making a call to all nerds and geeks alike that would like to donate their time/money to the project and he is getting amazing results. If you would like to learn more you can go [ HERE ] to his facebook page, [ HERE ] for tumblr, and [ HERE ] to his twitter. Feel free to tell him I sent you.
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Christmas with the AT-AT family is about giving, chomping in the snow and destroying all that movies with lasers!
AT-AT’s show no signs of stopping,
And the sounds of Rebel heads a’ popping,
Their will to fight is almost done,
Let ‘em Run! Let ‘em Run! Let ‘em Run!
Four feet tall and five feet wide, this AT-AT duct-tape art project will go quite well with your duct tape wallet and since the bidding starts at $400... might drain it as well. None-the-less, this is a pretty nice achievement. Now make me one that I can sit on and ride around town.