Wendy Robbins dresses up cats to cosplay popular culture characters. It’s an excellent set.
SlideRider by Trisha Cleveland is a set that converts stairs into an indoor slide. When not in use, the foam pieces can be folded up into a small, chest like appearance. Trisha is currently working with Quirky to see if the product has a commercial future.
Got a minute and a half? Spend it watching Rodents on Turntables. The video delivers exactly what its name is, showing mice and hamsters run on top of a spinning turntable; and it is oddly fun to watch.
Gigantic robot Bumblebee we see in Transformers movies is quite badass, and transforms into a super cool Camaro. Yet, he wouldn’t hold a light to this guy. This one doesn’t have the same badass look, transforms into something that looks like a toy Escalade, and won’t be shooting bad guys with massive cannons.
In the past few days, a lot has been said about the supercell storm over Wyoming. Well, there’s another contender, in the shape of this supercell that was photographed by Stephen Locke near Climax, Kansas on May 10. Supercells are scary-awesome.
The much awaited and talked about Batman, Superman movie finally has a name and a logo. The movie has been named Batman V Superman: The Dawn of Justice. It has of course, prompted speculation that the name is a sign towards setting up ground for the Justice League.
Season 4 of Game of Thrones is headed to its finale. A lot has happened in the series over these four seasons. But you can always trust Tyrion Lannister to have a way with words. In an interview with MTV, Peter Dinklage sums up the entire series in just 45 seconds.
For this Avengers tribute poster, artist Derreck Turner put well known Nintendo characters into Avenger forms. The characters are Donkey Kong, Link, Mario, Peach, Samus, and Kirby.
You have to love these beautiful superhero watercolor prints by artist Blule. They seem to be done in both ease, and excellent form. For a medium as simple as watercolor, these prints are pretty hardcore.
Presented with photographs of some drunk dude, our first reaction would be a simple meh. But dude… this stuff is vintage and that changes everything! On the plus side, the drunk gentleman plays his role quite convincingly. The photographs were taken by Sydney based photographer Charles Percy Pickering sometime between 1863 and 1868.