We’re not sure whether the upcoming G.I. Joe movie will be second grader nirvana or the bomb of the century, but these new posters are at least well produced, with a smokin’ Baroness.
Our own Christmas trees are looking downright dowdy next to some of these tricked out trees at Toxel.com; first place goes to the awe inspiring, LED-loaded Pac Man tree in Madrid.
Despite rampant real estate speculation in the US, this collection of the World’s Slimmest Houses shows how critically short of space and cramped living in Japan is.
Absolut Vodka’s ads are a cultural institution unto themselves, both in terms of creativity and sheer marketing brilliance; Trend.Land has an excellent collection of three dozen of their best.
Flickr user Derek is one lucky dude; not only does his girlfriend pack Japanese-style “bento” lunches, but arranges them into characters from Wall-E, Katamari, and Totoro. Thanks, Tenshi!
Fisker’s Karma is production ready, as evidenced by these new pictures; the upper grille, lower air intake and exhaust pipe have been modified, but we still think it looks smokin’.
Binary Bonsai’s Michael Heilemann has uploaded a tibanna mine of 500 behind the scenes Star Wars photos; they include on-set shots, matte paintings, starship models and costumes.
They’re just concepts, but we love these PSP billboards painted to look transparent; Spidey and the errant TIE fighter look great, but there’s no topping that rooftop sniper.
Matt W. Moore (aka MWM) has taken the graphic arts world by storm in recent months with his vector-tastic work; he’s currently showing at the Threadless Gallery in Chicago until December 3.
We admit that cosplay often ranks high on our dork-o-meter. However, many of these 31 video game costumes are amazing, from a Link lookalike to a drop-dead sexy Ivy Valentine.
Stuck with a carving knife and a blank pumpkin? PumpkinGutter.com has plenty of ideas. This year’s picks include Boba Fett, Iron Man, and the Imperial Stormpumpkin. Thanks, M!
They’re not Black Friday shoppers: on 10/26 at the Monroeville Mall, thousands gathered to set a record for “Most Attended Zombie Walk“; it’s also where they filmed Dawn of the Dead.
Snapped by Roger Snider, Japanese Art Trucks are wildly customized (and often inhabited) by their owners; if an 18 wheeler and Tokyo’s Ginza ever mated, these rigs would be their progeny.
No, it’s not a UFO: the flying saucer above is actually a backshell that will protect the Mars Science Laboratory rover (which launches Fall 2009) when it reenters the Martian atmosphere.
Stars and Planes is a timelapse video of the Toronto skyline from 6:49pm to 12:46am; preceding frames allow planes to trace arcs across the sky. It was shot every 30s using a Canon EOS 5D.
Jumeirah Gardens is a futuristic “city within a city” in Dubai composed of three projects; the fluidly designed architecture will feature sky bridges and suspended garden canopies.
Pasadena Art Center graduate James Paick has a fantastic collection of sci-fi inspired imagery; while he does characters and vehicles, his focus is on futuristic environments.
More tilt-shifting: The Little People is a collection of photographs with miniature figures in often comedic (and occasionally macabre) situations throughout London, by Slinkachu.
While most of us toss our styrofoam, Jason Rogenes has turned it into high art–literally. Most of his works hung from ceilings or stacked tens of feet high, with lighting inside to make them glow.
OMF-LEGO: check out these pics from Zombie Apocafest, which took place this weekend in Seattle at BrickCon 2008; it was sponsored by The Brothers Brick, BrickArms and Valve.
Singapore’s historic F1 Night Race is over, and with it Jalopnik has posted a nice gallery of pics. The full results are here, but quickly: Renault’s Fernando Alonso won with 1:56:16.
Via Neatorama: These amazing war dioramas are mostly WW2 based but a few are from modern eras. One even seems to be a scene from the 80s time travel flick, The Final Countdown.
Made by artist Michel de Broin, Dead Star is an amazing sculpture made with real batteries, urethane and polystyrene. Also: check out Black Whole, Revolutions and Entrelacement.
We’re having a hard time digesting just how awesome Tim G.’s hectic Lego Rebel Attack diorama is, from a damaged X-Wing trailing smoke to a cameo by Boba Fett; the full gallery is here.
These Lego motorcycles by Milto almost look life sized, but it’s really just forced perspective tricks. Either way, check out his gallery here, which also includes Batmobiles and Bugattis.
Our buddies over at Dark Roasted Blend have posted The World’s Biggest Airplanes, which include everything from steampunk airships to monstrous, sky-splitting Russian planes.
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