Artist Andrew Myers creates these incredible 3-dimensional portraits by drilling 8,000 to 10,000 individual screws into a plywood panel, then paints the heads to complete the imagery.
(NSFW: Language) If you believe Steve Jobs, the iPad 2 is a wondrous, amazing, revolutionary thing. Or if you watch this Apple parody, your illusions might just be ever-so-slightly iShattered.
The SZ-30MR may look like a typical mid-range camera, but it has a unique feature – it can capture full 16-megapixel stills while you’re shooting 1080p HD video through its 24x optical zoom lens.
It looked like Anarchy Reigns was just another brawler, but it’s got a new twist. Action Triggered Events (ATEs) disrupt your fights with tidal waves, blades of death and other catastrophic calamities.
(NSFW: Language) This remake of Tron requires a bit of imagination from viewers. Yes, those swaths of cloth are meant to be lightcycle trails. You’d be surprised at how much damage they can deal.
(NSFW: Language) We all know Scorpion’s signature quips, but what the hell are the others saying? YouTube user shinnox has translated the battle cries of Mortal Kombat characters. Or not.
Here’s a man putting a job rejection letter to good use – his kid loses it every time he hears the sound of paper being ripped. “Yeah! Screw ’em Dad! Tear that freakin’ paper up! That’ll show ’em!”
This Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood DLC centers on a quest to find Da Vinci and his paintings after he’s kidnapped. The multiplayer add-on includes 1 map, 4 characters, and 2 game modes. Out March 8th.
Michael Kalish took nearly three years to create this brilliant 360°, 22′ high portrait of Muhammad Ali, using 1,300 punching bags, 6.5 miles of steel cable, and 2,500 pounds of aluminum pipe.
This hilarious spoof by features a more familiar – and thus less adorable – Darth Vader, one he’s finally embraced the Dark Side. Unfortunately for him, he messed with the wrong brand of car.
We think there’s room for one more, but Johnny Mac and Alex Tanney may want to step off after checking out long snapper Zach Enyeart’s accuracy in this trick shot compilation. (Thanks Nate!)
Music video for Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia), a single from Patrick Stump’s debut solo EP Truant Wave. There are a lot of amazing things to see in the clip, not least of them a slimmer Patrick Stump.
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