Modder Moz was looking for a cool Halo-inspired weapon to go with his Spartan costume, and decided to make himself a fully-functional laser-sighted Ma5B Assault Rifle that fires Nerf darts.
If you didn’t bother to see Tim Burton’s latest when it came out, now’s your chance to see the over-the-top fairy tale in the comfort of your home. Sorry, no 3D for these discs, but who needs it?
The Heynsdyk 2500 SF is actually a kit car built around the platform of the mid-80’s Porsche 944. The design fuses influences from ’40’s and ’50’s racers and contemporary 2 seat roadsters.
These headphones offer a striking steel design, but their lightweight construction puts minimal pressure on your head. A pair of 50mm dual-diaphragm drivers push frequencies from 5Hz to 30KHz.
Istanbul, Turkey will be the car enthusiast’s heaven once the Autopia Europia is built. At over 2.3 million square feet, the future “world’s largest car mall” will even have a rooftop racetrack.
Benzinger’s hand-engraved, skeletonized watches have no solid face, making their intricate innards visible. They have 18-karat gold cases, diamond-studded bezels and flame-blued steel hands.
This 1935 3.5L Bentley is a bizarre auction entry, and not because of it’s rare hood ornament. Along with the car, the winning bidder also gets Freestone & Webb, the company that built the car’s body.
While this might look like another planet, it’s actually right here on Earth. Chott el Djerid is a salt encrusted lake bed in Tunisia which also served as the backdrop for Tatooine in Star Wars.
This creepy horror flick is guaranteed to keep you up at night. Needless to say, any plans to rid this place of evil don’t work out well. Perhaps it should be called Exorcism FAIL.
This little dude has his eyes on the prize to be the center of attention at this year’s World Cup. Don’t blink or you might miss him. It’s actually an advert for Freeview HD (NSFW for tiny butt crack).
We had no idea so many celebs had jumped on the Android OS bandwagon. The guys over at Celebrity Android Sightings have cataloged some of the more famous Android celebs.
Every once in a while, an idea comes along that’s so simple in execution that it’s brilliant. This concept for a soda can would allow you to cover up your pop and keep the fizz in between gulps.
Watch and learn what not to do from this reporter as he attempts, and yes, we mean attempts to demonstrate how easy it is to break into a car and steal your stuff. Don’t quit the day job, man.