Once again, artist Kevin Wada proves what a fantastic artist he is by getting into the heads of pretty much everyone who loves Steve, Peggy, and Bucky with this stylishly perfect moment.
There’s so much going on in this one image that my heart can’t quite take it. Thank you to whoever commissioned this. But that’s not all! Check out more of his recent work below. [click to continue…]
On a quest to take on a tough splinter or unruly eyebrow hair? It’s dangerous to go alone! Take these “Tweezers of Legend”.
Currently, the Japanese designer behind the design estimates that they cost about 7,500 yen ($73.43) to create, but once he receives the funds needed to begin mass producing in an upcoming Kickstarter campaign, he’ll knock the price down to 3,500 yen. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
If you’re looking for a way to make your wedding dress both unique and beautiful, what about dip dyeing it? It’s a way to do something dramatic without spending a ton of money for a custom dress. Plus, it looks really cool.
UPDATE: It has come to our attention that this particular example was airbrushed, not dip dyed. Either way, it probably isn’t a good idea to alter your expensive dress unless you know what you’re doing. Check out some additional pics below along with a link to a tutorial on the dip dyeing process. [click to continue…]
I’m guessing the means of your horrible death will be very creative.
Artist Dan Das Mann has made it possible to be a one man dance party anytime, anyplace.
His “Funn Pack” consists of 12 lasers, 1000 watts of sound, 2 smoke machines, 1 bubble machine and 4 mirror balls, all of which can be worn on your back. The mobile unit weighs in at 50 lbs, is powered by a lithium ion battery, and is awesomely awkward.
Mann reportedly tested the device at the Lightning in a Bottle festival in Bradley, California back in May, although its unclear how effectively he could party with all the extra weight. I’m guessing it’s a party for everyone BUT the Funn Pack guy.
(Blazenfluff via Geekologie)
The next time you go out Pokemon hunting, why not wear your very own customized Pokemon-themed sneakers with Nike ID?
Instagram user @pokemonnikeid has put together a number of designs based on different Pokemon. You can also request a design or submit your own. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Inspired by a salt-covered gown featured in a 1920’s adaptation of S. Ansky’s The Dybbuk, Israeli artist Sigalit Landau submerged a black gown in the salt-rich water of the Dead Sea and left it there. The final product is something like a wedding gown created by nature.
She went back every few months to check the progress and photograph the results, which chronicle the salt crystals forming and developing. As you’ll see in the pictures below, the transformation is strangely beautiful. [click to continue…]
Jewelry designer Karen Konzuk doesn’t just design jewelry. She creates hand-crafted sculpture you can wear using unconventional materials like diamond dust and black-tinted concrete to create pieces that are truly breathtaking.
Her newest collection is called Stellar and features stars and constellations you can wear. Some of the pieces, like the ones featured here, are also inspired by kinetic sculpture. “Intense” is one way to describe them. See more below. [click to continue…]
Etsy seller SomethingLucky13 makes all kinds of things with faces you can’t help but find horribly adorable. Yarn bowls, mugs, goblets, jugs, bowls, planters, glasses holders—there’s something here for anyone that likes to keep it weird.
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The yarn bowls are my personal favorite. You can pull their yarn brains out through their nose! Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Once again, Catherine Elhoffer has delivered on nerdy fashions we love. This time around, she’s inspired by DC Comics with both Batgirl and Wonder Woman designs.
The Batgirl-inspired dress is purple textured spandex and black scuba and comes with bat ears on the hood and side pockets. The Wonder Woman tunic is inspired by Gal Gadot’s costume and features antique gold stretch vinyl, dark red Techno, navy textured Liverpool (spandex/poly blend), side pockets, and a faux skirt tabard. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]