The realm of the internet is governed by a pantheon of Gods. You may not realize it yet, but you do have a patron lord of the interwebs. This series by CollegeHumor will take you to a trip of the hallowed realms of the internet where you shall find the protection of your virtual god.
People have very interesting job titles, mainly because nobody likes the lame ones, and we like to sound someone important. Here is what would happen if all the creativity in job names went away, and people were addressed by the plain characteristics of their job. It is overall a humorous set, and some of them really are “brutally honest” in their description.
A woodgrain flask with a chalkboard wrapped around it, probably so you can write down your brilliant drunk ideas and laugh at them later. Holds 8 oz of liquid, and gives your drinking time the writing edge it never wanted. Still, it’s cute. Costs $20.
Combining the passion of a Rolleiflex Camera with coffee shop business, The Dreamy Camera cafe on the outskirts of Seoul, South Korea, makes a solid impression. The camera connection does not simply stop at the shape, the interiors of the coffee shop include a small museum for cameras.
Star Wars meets polygon art meets pillow cases in these creations of TheRetroInc. Characters on the pillow cases are based off the original trilogy, just in case you needed more reason to like them. Each pillow case is priced at $34.
Harry Potter movies are complete, but that of course does not mean that spinoffs cannot be made. The wizarding world, it seems, will see a return to the screen with a new trilogy based off J.K. Rowling’s book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. It is being reported that the book will be adopted into a film trilogy.
By its looks, this looks like a ragtag motorcycle that simply cannot be much good. Then you see it in action, and be impressed! The motorcycle seems to be named “ATV Suitcase” and as we see in the video, is light weight enough for the dude to pick it up with relative ease.
Canadian artist Steph Caskenette‘s papercraft renderings of scenes from classic Nintendo games are wonderful. The touch of paper makes these good old games and memories look exquisite with an added teaspoon of nostalgia. The images were not created by using actual paper, but the digital effect works just as good for the purpose. Prints available on RedBubble.