Child’s Own Studio is a nifty project that converts childrens’ drawings into their stuffed toy counterparts. We imagine it would be difficult and hard work to convert random things that children imagine into usable, playable stuffed toys. But the look on a child’s face on seeing the toy would more than make up for the effort. The stuffed toys can be bought here.
If we are going to use scissors, they might as well look beautiful and classy. Eiffel Tower Scissors are available on Amazon for $9, there’s also a Clock Tower version for the same price, or you could just get the combo from a different seller.
We wouldn’t have believed it, without seeing it. He makes it look so effortless and easy.
Light taking forever to change while you wait impatiently to cross? Forget the crossing, get playing StreetPong with the people waiting to cross. The concept is the work of Sandro Engel and Holger Michel of HAWK Hildesheim. The world would be a better place with this, until people start deatmatches do decide who plays first.
Dawnoh has some very cool lighter tricks up her sleeve. Take a look at them, and if you ever figure how trick number 4 went down, do let us know.
Snorlax makes a perfect shape for a bean bag like that. Seeing that bag, sleeping and snoring like Snorlax is exactly what I want to do. Well maybe that’s because I’m just sleepy, but the full size beanbag chair does look pretty inviting; not so inviting in terms of cost though, at $299.
This interesting set of images by CollegeHumor imagines what college life would be like, if it was represented through famous video games.
Watch Terry Spanks play music on improvised instruments by flexing his muscles. Checkout the video on Vimeo, and have the interactive recorder listen to your music as well.
Gold plated blingy things generally tend to be shiny, because that’s what they were made for, and this inherently takes away any chance they might have had at badassery. Thankfully, that isn’t the case with the Nehme-sis which has a humongous rear wheel, a body that nearly touches the ground, a 1700cc engine and a lot of gold on its body and wheels. Badassery is in this chopper’s blood it would seem.
Bubble wrap most likely is one of the greatest inventions of the human race. It will make the best of friends and most loving of families fight over who gets to burst the bubbles. Spanish design studio Lo Siento added another dimension to bubble wrap, using it for typography, where each bubble serves like a pixel. Made for Japanese magazine “81 Magazine” the bubble wrap was injected with paints to be colored and form alphabets.