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The one thing snow is good for is SLEDDING. Sean Murray built this awesome 'Millennium Falcon Sled' for his Jedi-in-training daughter. Mind you this sled is built for a Human Dogsled Race where Sean will pull his child around in the old hunk of junk like a wookiee.
"The sled is made entirely of cardboard and mounted to a plastic toboggan underneath."
Yes, this is how big Princess Zelda would be in real life. Exactly (actually, I think she would be smaller). She was made piece-by-piece entirely out of PAPER by papercrafter minidelirium.
"She is 170cm tall (5'6''), the upper body is built in 160/g-paper, the skirt in 200/g-paper. she took an incredible 226 HOURS to build"
This just might be one of the AWESOMEST posts I have done in a while. Being that I am self-proclaimed BUGFAN#1 these "taxidermied" LEGO insects are beyond cool. Each insect was hand-crafted by Siercon and Coral and put into shadow box insect display cases.
Make sure you read on to see them ALL (8 LEGO insects in total)...
Luminous glass sculpture artist Eric Franklin just dropped some very cool looking neon skull lamps that glow with the power of charged gas. Since the neon gas has to be vacuum sealed perfectly within the glass, the skulls tend to end up misshapen and "abby normal".
"Flameworked borosilicate glass, ionized neon, wood, electronics."
Read on to see MORE (the red/orange is sick)
Nike is releasing a hot red and gold metallic "Iron Man" Air force 1 sneakers. You can score them for $175 if you are lucky enough to find them. Yeah, I would wear these.
Thanks to Kevin for the sneaky tip.
Mixed-medium artist and comic book geek, Mike Oncley put together this awesome Deadpool portait entitled "You Missed" exclusively for the MINTcondition Issue #2 Comic Book Show. Yes, it is made entirely from empty bullet casings and shotgun shells. To be honest, even if all of those actually HIT Dealpool, he would laugh it off and move along.
Read on to watch a quick video on how it was put together.
That is some Street Fighter skills right there. Watch this dude land a quadruple jumping round house kick proving that he is way tougher than you and everyone else you know four times over.
Lightsaber battles are happening in the FIRST PERSON thanks to the 'Stunt People'. They used a GoPro camera to capture the footage and then tweaked it up with some FX to put a bit of a cool spin on a Jedi battle. Pretty awesome right?
Side Note: Last night my computer had this video sitting in a tabbed window, when all of the sudden, the video randomly started playing at 3:30am with sounds of a lightsaber battle at FULL volume. My wife thought someone had broken in and was about to start attacking us with my own saber collection and whimpered as she told me to go fight them off. I, being her Jedi warrior, force-pushed the mute button and went back to bed.
Thanks to obvwin reader Blake Faucette for the Jedi tip and destroying my slumber!