Here's a series of play sets that won't be debuting in the toy aisle anytime soon. Sculptor Mihai Mihu has built this fantastic and creepy nine-part collection of LEGO dioramas based on Dante Alighieri's Inferno.
PixelFox and Yatkuu have put together a Shaun of the Dead LEGO Winchester set, which is being considered for mass-production if enough votes support it. Check it out!
An RC vehicle enthusiast named Joe has been digging out his Saskatchewan basement for the past seven years using a fleet of scale model trucks and tractors.
For the first few years of the project, he transported the dirt using a small conveyor belt, but he decided that was too quick and efficient for his taste, so he switched to a spiral ramp and started hauling the dirt up using his RC trucks.
Although the operation has moved rather slowly - the trucks only remove 8 to 9 cubic feet of dirt per year - Joe says he's "in no hurry to finish."
"What a better place to have an all-weather playground than under your house? It's just a few steps away when I have time for it, it's a comfy place to be when it's -30C outside," he told Carscoop.
Thursday, Feb 16th 2012 (5:08am) | Thanks: Daily What
Taken from the Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, this Lego model displays the epic battle as depicted in the film version of the timeless book. The base of the model is 305 Lego studs(8ft.) in diameter and the tower Orthanc stands 228 Lego Bricks (7ft. 2in.) tall. The battle consist of 23 Ents and 100+ Orcs.
Hot Wheels and modern technology have fused together to produce the Video Racers, a line of standard-scale Hot Wheels cars with a video camera and a usb drive in them. As a kid I would have killed someone in front of their own Grandma for this, and as an adult... well, watch your back if you have one.
Tuesday, Aug 23rd 2011 (12:05am)
Hey, remember that creepy Talky Tina doll from that old Twilight Zone episode with Kojak? You can buy one now, and she's probably still as hard to destroy now as she was back then.
Ever wanted to see a flying shark? Here's your chance. The new Flying Shark plane isn't made just for looks, it flies great! Made with flexible EPS foam and EPO anti-falls material, this shark can do some heavy duty flying. Get one today and you'll start hearing things like, "LOOK! A FLYING SHARK!"
Peter over at The Poop has taken a hard look at his army men, and ranked them by lameness. Personally, I think the mine sweeper should be #1, because the neck of his metal detector never stays straight.
Final Countdown, The (1980)
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