Some movie posters have been given an altogether different treatment with LEGO. Posters of some of the most iconic and well known movies have been recreated, with LEGO at heart. Checkout the pics, and for the full collection, follow the link over to Speckyboy.
Well, if the car key camera isn’t good enough, or cheap enough for aspiring spies, they could always get hold of this cheaper alternative. It (poorly) resembles a book, needs film to take photographs, and is atleast a decade too late for the market. The book’s spine hides the lens and the viewfinder on this $35 camera.
Homage has the face of a Cylon, the build of a killer bot from the Terminator movies, and it can transform into a jet – transformer style. The 17-inch tall toy is inspired from a number of cartoon movies and is currently on display at the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. But if you want to buy one, you can commission it to be built. Costs $2000.
EAT Forte turntable is for those who still like listening to old LPs and have the money to indulge in expensive players for them. It has magnetic feet, belts made of silicone string, a display that shows the RPM of the record, a clamp that holds the record in place and a vinyl mat made of recycle vinyl records. Moving parts of the player “eating and absorbing the energy into the EAT Forte, in order to give a one of a kind playback experience.” Available in piano black or zebrano, it retails for €12,400($16755) and if you want it in Premium Makassar, that’s another 700 dollars.
There’s like a barrage of stupid gadgets these days that serve no other purpose than stupid spying. This USB Voice Recorder Flash Drive falls squarely into that category. It isn’t going to turn someone into James Bond, but it will probably feed their fantasies. This one looks like, and actually is a USB flash drive that can hold 8GB of data, but it has a more sinister function as well; it can record voice and has enough space for 160 hours of audio. It sells for $99.95. There is a lower end version as well, a 2GB drive that sells for $49.99.
The Steampunk USB flash drive works real hard to get the feel, and it is quite evident by the looks itself. Huge gears on the 4GB drive are clearly visible and come from a vintage clock and watch gear. The handcrafted drive is wrapped in copper. It is available for $60 at Etsy.
The entire “cast” of Super Mario has descended on a Chess board, the Italian plumber and his friends have taken their fight with Bowser to the chess board. One side of the board has Mario and his sidekicks, where coins play pawns. On the other side, Bowser sits with his gang and Koopa shells play pawns. This Nintendo approved set sells for $39.99.
The Skull a Day T-Shirt is geeky in a very geeky sort of way. The tee has a skull shape on the front, and it has been constructed out of keyboard keys. A very unique design as it is, it walks on the thin line between unique and weird. Designed by Noah Scallin, the T-shirt sells for $19.97.