As he is wont do do, Adam Savage went incognito in costume at the recent installment of New York Comic Con. This time he went as Totoro, and you can see how he built this wonderful costume in the video below. We’ve also added the video of his NYCC appearance because we’re thorough like that. [click to continue…]


We’ve featured the work of makeup artist Tal Peleg many times in the past, but she’s got a few new Halloween-ready designs to share. The most notable of these is undoubtedly the Stranger Things-themed design pictured above. However, there are some recent Tim Burton and black cat-themed designs for you to check out below. [click to continue…]


The Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball crossover you’ve always dreamed of has extended beyond fan fiction into custom engagement rings thanks to Takayas. The design features Sailor Uranus’ Sailor Scout symbol on each side of the sapphire heart container with the Four-Star Dragon Ball in the center of each symbol.

David and Bryn knew they wanted a heart container in place of a traditional center stone, but they also wanted to find a way to add a Sailor Uranus symbol and Four-Star Dragonball into the design without crowding the ring too much.

Takayas framed the heart container on either side with the Sailor Uranus sample image symbol they provided. His initial design plan was to place the Dragonball in the ring’s under gallery, but they came up with the idea to incorporate the four star Dragonball in the center of each symbol which worked out perfectly.

Did she say yes? Of course she did! Who wouldn’t? Check out more pictures of the ring below. [click to continue…]


Apple’s newest iPhone has no headphone jack and there are people out there (like me) who worry about the new AirPods falling out of their ears and being lost forever.

Cue 3D Printing company M3D, who’s here to help with a pattern for Twisty Earbud Catchers, made to, you guessed it, catch your AirPods when they liberate themselves. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Professional NYC makeup artist Johanna Adams has a lot of skill and a lot of patience because creating this gorgeous geode lip art is far from easy. It takes about an hour of layering heavy glitter, thick color and clear glosses to complete the look. Not surprisingly, Instagram is very into it. Hopefully a tutorial will be forthcoming for people willing to give it a shot. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]


Adobe has unveiled a range of clothing featuring some of their classic stock photos and dubbed it the Adobe Stock Apparel collection. It isn’t real. It really should be real.

That’s right, you cannot buy the “Laughing woman eating healthy vegetable salad” shirt, but it is on Adobe’s website and it’s being used to promote their Adobe Stock image service. I find this tragic—these shirts would sell like crazy. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]


UK-based makeup artist Rosie Roberts likes to play with all kinds of colors and styles when it comes to her eye-catching designs. She came to my attention thanks to her pointillism makeup, but once I got a look at her Instagram, I saw all sorts of things I loved. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]


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…]

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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…]