The Last F*ckin’ Unicorn makes no apologies for being badass, with a naked chick riding a dragon spewing out a flaming skull that’s trying to eat a unicorn. Try and read that 10x fast.
Above: Designer toy store Rotofugi does a great job turning the tables on toy collectors with this funky commercial. Bearbrick, Gloomy Bear and Wee Ninjas all make cameos: Ninja, please!
You don’t need to understand German to appreciate these Star Trek commercials. They’re made for the German Sci Fi Channel and are pretty darn funny; oh Spock, you rock.
The crazy guys at EepyBird are most well known for their Mentos + Diet Coke experiment. Their latest video is called Extreme Sticky Notes: think slinkies. Lots of slinkies.
Senior Computer Club brings back happy memories of dual floppy drives and baud; it sports a TRS-80 Model III (or 4?) and comes in an AA tee, but we definitely prefer the snazzy polo.
There’s a classic fourth wall moment in Gremlins 2 where they break into the movie theater; the fan-made video above has them breaking into your DVR. PS: Making of video, here.
Oh Threepio, how far you’ve fallen: this tee featuring C-3PO and R2D2 belongs on the classic VH1 show. Printed on a charcoal gray tee; we have a bad good feeling about this…
Walkie Talkie’s tees remind us of the low-key styling of Ugmonk, with a dash of tongue-in-cheek humor. The simple, good-looking designs are screen printed by hand on AA t-shirts.
The Empire apparently dominated the ’08 Olympics, as these Lego dioramas by Alan Chia show. Most memorable moment: stormtrooper spoofs the relay, gets throttled by Vader.
First there was the Voice Changer Helmet, and now there’s the Talking Dalek Alarm Clock. Nothing like flashing LED lights and “Exterminate” to get your butt out of bed.
Baby Godzilla recalls childhood memories spent terrorizing Lego shantytowns. The popular Carbon tee is also getting a reprint–both are only $12 for a limited time at Threadless.
There’s nothing like creating a work of art with brute-force: the gang at Mythbusters painted the Mona Lisa in less than a second with an 1100 barrel paintball gun.
Gizmodo has the results of their latest Photoshop contest up: how to ruin the recent Olympics in Beijing with technology. Still, nothing beats China’s own faked footprint fireworks.
Proof that companies have a sense of humor: above is EA’s response to a user who YouTube’d a video showing a Tiger Woods PGA Tour glitch where players could walk on water.
Juxtaposition has never been quite as fun or geeky as these photos of various Star Trek and Star Wars fans. They’re photographed by Steve Schofield; PS: there’s a Wookie in the kitchen.
Samsung proves it knows what it’s doing in the viral video department; this unboxing video for its upcoming Samsung Omnia phone pokes fun at bloggers, yet still left us in stitches.
That’s no moon: this tongue-in-cheek video blends real footage of San Franciscans going about their daily business with the Death Star, Tiberian Shuttles and Star Destroyers.
Using a radio-controlled E-Flite Blade 400, retired marine and present-day UAV consultant Dave Herbert gives a new meaning to “fly fishing” with the video above. Warning: circus music.
Fresh from The Onion: the Pentagon has replaced its PR department with the Spokesdrone, after apparently realizing that all their responses were canned anyway.
Big Buck Bunny is a funny animated short with overtones of Rambo. What makes this film unique is that it was created with free software; all its data, characters and textures are open source.
We couldn’t help but crack up at the site of Belgian artist Fabian Decleir’s Rapa Nui 2007 t-shirt. It humorously mixes surfer, band and skater cultures with the statues at Easter Island.
Springfield Punx is a pet project of artist Dean Fraser; he does an amazing job creating Simpsons styled versions of popular superheroes and celebs. Our fave: The Dark Knight‘s Joker.
If Unioreja walked into our office with a resume, we’d hire him on the spot: one-eared rabbit. Controls a gigantic tentacled robot. Thirsts for revenge. Yeah, that’s our kind of bunny.
Perfect for cubicle soldiers, Glenn Jones’ “The War Against Work” tshirt is an oldie but a goodie; It’s being reprinted due to popular demand, so grab one if you missed it the first time.
Frank Caliendo is best known for impersonating President Bush, but this bit as John Madden had us in stitches: he discusses everything from Super Mario Bros. to parallel universes.
Exterminate a whole new generation of SIL-LY HU-MONS with the Dalek Voice Changer Helmet, available at ThinkGeek. Includes authentic Dr. Who sounds and lights; runs on 3 AA batteries.
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