Category Archives: Projects
Someone recently suggested putting up a 7′ Robocop statue in the city of Detroit for obvious reasons and the Mayor of Detroit shot it down immediately. Well that never stops the internet. A Kickstarter project (internet donations) has been started … Continue reading
This looks like an insane ride. Not insanely fun, just insane.
This is a really neat website which allows you to not only create a unique snowflake using your own drawing techniques and creativity but also donates money every time you do it! Designing your own snowflake on the website, which … Continue reading
Have you ever found yourself needing a hobby to keep your hands busy but masturbation is losing it’s allure? Dirty Pillowz makes Do-It-Yourself latch hook kits that turn into 70s shag fur pillows depicting pornographic images. Confused? Look at the … Continue reading
I had to immediately post this after finding it. E-Tomb. A solar-powered headstone that would store information about the person buried and be accessible by guests via Bluetooth. Yessssss. More here.
A neat concept for what the future of roadways could look like using solar panels and LEDs along the way. While they address the big issues with a project like this, i.e. glass that doesn’t shatter and can handle the … Continue reading
This is a Star Wars fan film detailing the adventures of Han Solo and how he got on Jabba’s bad side. The animation quality is fun and while it’s not Harrison Ford voicing Solo, the dialogue is spot on. It’s … Continue reading
So after writing the script and posting it online, running a few plays in random cities and getting appreciative nods from the actors in the film, Adam Bertocci has finally gotten a legal copy of his script out in the … Continue reading
A wonderful video was created by Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante and highlights our use of words and their diversity.
One of the insanely talented fellows behind Super Art Fight is starting a project called Puppy Cow. In all honesty, a picture does it more justice than anything else. Jamie Noguchi is trying to turn this creation into a plush … Continue reading
Waterloo Labs has put together a device that analyzes eye movements and translates them into actions on the NES console. They explain the process and show their results in the video. Pretty neat stuff.
The narration is rather obnoxious but the end product is quite amazing. A working Wall-E made out of legos and some other parts, listed at the end. Again, look back on what you did in the past 8 months and … Continue reading
So this is my ninja thus far. I haven’t given him pupils yet. He looks kinda creepy without them. I haven’t decided on the layout for the throwing stars and will probably start adding detail to his body. On his … Continue reading
This is something I’ve been meaning to post for a while, and my good friend Brit has convinced me to finally post this. When you look back on your 4th grade academic school year, are there many things you can … Continue reading
(Edit: Their widget isn’t working in a post form. Please go to the site & check it out. It’s worth your time.) A friend of mine named Alexa posted this and I found it highly informative & at the same … Continue reading
Already falling behind as opposed to what I originally planned, but this weekend was a bit crazy so that is to be expected. I do however have something to post. Just a few props I have been working on. Nothing … Continue reading