We’d wager Disney Princesses have seen more mashups and art-style variations in recent memory than any other franchise or group. This time around, we get to see the princesses in the style of famous artist Alphonse Mucha. These illustrations are the work of artist Hannah-Alexander. Prints available on Society6.
Humans have the ability to speak their mind. Put this little collar on the neck, and people will open their mouths to sounds dictated by the collar. Sounding creepy and mechanical apparently just comes along with the job. Designed by Nic Wallenberg, the Human Speaker is a collar that covers the wearer’s neck.
These illustrations by RedLittleHouse put modern games into the classic setting of vintage Disney cartoons like the Steamboat Willie. The set is a part of the effort by the Indie gaming company to collect funds for its vintage styled video game Fleish & Cherry in Crazy Hotel. Images you see here insert characters from the game into games like Street Fighter, Pokemon and Legend of Zelda.
Movie cars are lovely. Some of them being legends enough to live up to their names even when memories of the movies start fading. We probably love those cars not just for their own awesomeness, but perhaps also for the roles and the memories they carry with them. Cars We Love is an ongoing series by Turkish photographer Cihan Ünalan.
Nguyễn Hùng Cườngi, an artist of Vietnamese origin has great skill and dexterity when working with paper, as evidenced by these numerous and well executed origami creatures. The artist has not had any formal training or guidance, relying mostly on books to learn and refine his skill to this majestic level. His origami covers a wide range of subjects and creatures, going from Remy of Ratatouille to scorpions, sharks, pterodactyls, and Tow Mater from Cars.
For all his gadgets, it’s a pity Tony Stark doesn’t get to wield a lightsaber. An oversight, we’re sure that can be easily corrected by simple means. Powered by an arc reactor, this custom lightsaber would complement Iron Man perfectly, allowing Tony to call this one his own.
A common grouch females have is the inability to pee standing like men. GoGirl female urination device talks of gender equality that flows from the ability to pee standing. It’s billed as convenient, reusable, washable and the companion for an active life outdoors. Place the device right, and the funnel will do all the work. Costs $10.