Perhaps the coolest looking dice ever made, these aluminum cubes have built in LED lighting behind the pips. A motion sensor activates the lights only when you pick them up to roll. Their maker can’t guarantee perfect balance, but they’re still awesome. (Thanks Joseph!)
Monopoly is just so much cooler played with dice made out of solid chunks of aluminum. By precisely varying the depths of the pips, each side weighs exactly the same, resulting in fair, perfectly balanced throws every time.
Invented by CritSuccess, Dice Rings emulate traditional dice via a free spinning outer ring with randomly arranged numbers. Other designs include pips, yes/no and playing card suits/ranks.
Bender asks you to grab his shiny metal head and shake it to see if you can score a Yahtzee! (or at least a Chance.) Each die has pics of your favorite Futurama characters instead of boring old dots.
Korean artist Kim Hyun creates intricate humanoid forms using various dice. Each die is drilled, carefully placed on wires sculpted around plaster casts, which are later removed.
History buffs might appreciate playing craps with St. Liberty’s handmade oak dice set, designed to look like something the Continental Army might have used during the American Revolution.
David Alvarez used over 14,000 individual dice, carefully arranged to form a halftone-like effect to produce these massive 8-foot by 5-foot portraits of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe. Snake Eyes!