We’re just surprised a Mario – Game of Thrones mashup took this long. Well, it’s finally here. The opening credits of Game of Thrones played in Mario music style, and displayed on the game map.
Take your dog surfing with you, and dress it up in this cute shark fin life jacket. Paint it in shark colors, and pretend you’re a complete badass frolicking in the water with sharks. On a more pragmatic note, the fin can be used to grab your dog while they’re out swimming, and the jacket keeps them afloat making doggie paddling safer. The full body jacket is designed to keep the dog’s mouth out of the water. Costs $40.
If dogs could text, well, we’re pretty sure they would be excellent bros. Still, you got to imagine what things would work with dogs capable of communicating and sending texts. Well, this humorous set ought to take care of that. In the same vein, also check out texts from cats.
These are kinda, sorta true facts about the octopus. They are definitely hilarious though.
Bulbing lamp takes its interesting shape by following the ideals of optical illusion. Bulbing lamps are 2 dimensional lamps, created in wireframe design to give the illusion of being three dimensional. The lamps are made from acrylic glass and sit on a wooden base. Available in several designs, the lamps are available for pre-order from Kickstarter.
Frozen really was a horror movie. You just weren’t paying attention.
Henrik Fisker is well known for prowess in automobile design, perhaps the best known being the Fisker Karma. Here’s a new feather for the cap in the shape of Henrik Fisker Viking Motorcycle. The Viking is currently a concept, though Lauge Jensen are considering setting it up for production.
Artist Jessica Dance has a series of very appetizing looking inedible foods. Knitted Food is quite well detailed to follow the sumptuous appearance of the edible depicted, and photographs by David Sykes, makes it look all the more appetizing. I know the result, but if I ever got the chance to, I might just try to take a bite.
microSD SSD creator kit, will let you find use for the microSD cards you could have lying around, and create a cool little solid state drive for your use. This would be extremely useful for people who have plenty of cards lying around. Having those cards work as an SSD would make them quite more useful. The device can accept 10 cards, going to a maximum storage of 640 GB. At $87, the price is a bit of a bummer.
Veggies don’t get enough love. On the other hand, one can hardly complain about that, seeing the way they look on the insides. It’s not bad, it’s just… a bit discomforting. Of course, if we push ourselves out of the meaningless prejudice, we realize it’s really cool.