For all intents and purposes, the Fairdale Dograck is supposed to let you carry around your best dog friend in the most dangerous, painful way possible. Which is exactly why we’re going to call fake on this one. One, you couldn’t get a live dog to stay like that, and two, it won’t be your dog after you put it through that ordeal. This will probably be $40, when it is manufactured in a non-existing factory.
Via Fairdale, IT, OhGizmo
We’re pretty sure the ladies and gentlemen commemorated by statues in London had the best fashion sense of their time. The times however, have now changed and these statues could do with a style upgrade, like bespoke millinery hats.
If you found the heading in any way suggestive, you’re probably going to win the guessing game. There’s the viking helmet, cowboy hat, and the top hat; all made in sizes fit to cover the penis. Manufacturers D*ckHats (really?) currently have plans to start production sometime later, with each hat priced at $10.
In this day and age, it would be criminal for some brand conscious, fashionable person to be caught dead with something that does not have a coveted brand label. Okay, we extrapolated there a bit, but look at this sweet waffle iron with Louis Vuitton prints. Who doesn’t want that? The waffle maker is the creation of artist Andrew Lewicki.
Now we don’t mean to spread fear or misinformation, but omg!! look at this, the gates of hell have opened! And we know this because that is exactly how it works. When you see a giant, gaping fire pit in the middle of nowhere, it can only mean that it is the front gate to Satan’s place.
A Steampunk version of Mr. Potato Head, Mashter Russet is the creation of Reddit user plaguedoc. Since Masther Russet is a fine Victorian gentleman/Potato Head, he doesn’t quite have an aversion to smoke and throw smoke rings through his glorious pipes. This is apparently a one-off piece, but plaguedoc might make some for sale in the future.
Even Batman would steer clear of this Bat Knife-knuckle combo. Why? Because this thing is plain crazy. Named Interceptor, the design by Tom Anderson started out as a simple brass knuckle, then the designer decided to go overboard with fang-like blades that take a shape into a gadget or tool Batman would use. It sells for $56, but we can’t quite find anything that it would be useful for, save fist fights with bears.
Via GeekAlerts, Gizmodo
Chopsticks modeled after famous, creepy aliens. Because we couldn’t wait to have the spooky aliens in our mouth. Costs $10.
Seen here, Jason Traeger’s hands with brand new skull implants. Well, we don’t know how it works, but clearly Jason likes them well enough. He’d make good friends with the Pokeball subdermal implant guy.
Not to be outdone by Stormtroopers, and let’s face it, that would be embarrassing, Darth Vader has a patio chair for himself. The chair is the work of GotWood Workshop.