The Crazy Russian Hacker shows off a simple trick which allows the pressure build-up from dry ice to pop out pieces of a pre-cut pumpkin. It’s a silly effect, but a fun Halloween party trick. We’re guessing that a more tightly sealed pumpkin would be much more explosive.
A fun and Tim Burton-esque Halloween animation done by Auge de Vries by painstakingly carving 400 individual scenes into candle-lit pumpkins and stitching them together frame-by-frame.
So you’re a farmer and spent the last year growing a gigantic pumpkin and nobody bought it. What do you do? Drop it on an equally unwanted Pontiac 6000, of course.
If you thought letting kids wield a sharp knife to carve their Jack ‘O Lanterns was dangerous, then take a gander at the Glock .40 caliber carving method to put things in perspective.