This is a solid chocolate replica of a Canon D60 with battery grip. This will be a limited edition run. This is for the photo geek that has everything. They made their own custom mold to make these as gifts for friends and family. Only three have ever been made. One of which has been eaten.
The Alien Queen made into an impressively cool ice sculpture by Koji Kareki & Kei Sakugawa for the annual Winterlude 2013 Ice Sculpture contest in Ottawa, Canada.
How would you like to cut into your birthday cake to find it LOADED with yummy methamphetamines! Ok, so it really isn’t filled with meth , but it was baked by hollyicing for her friend’s big day.
The iPad first appeared on Star Trek: The Next Generation in 2364, so it makes sense to accent one accordingly. Knitter Who made several custom iPad covers styled like the uniforms of the Enterprise-D’s bridge crew.
You name it and Livio De Marchi can build it out of wood. A table setting, a Ferrari-shaped boat, a living room set–he’s a veritable mad scientist with wood. From his workshop in Venice, De Marchi duplicates the human material world in exacting detail. You can view more photos of his work at the link.
Turkish red & more shows the inspiration sources of five designers and studio. They were inspired by the museum collection and archives of the Textilemuseum in Tilburg which commissioned them to produce new pieces based on the history of art nouveau weavings, objects from the art deco period, sample books, colouring recipes and blankets. These techniques were re-interpreted by using modern techniques such as laser cutting, knitting, digital printing and knit programming. Designers who participated are Merel Boers, Lenneke Langenhuijsen, BCXSY, Formafantasma and Minale Maeda.
more info on textielmuseum.nl
Chris Duncan’s Alpaca Guita is described as a great sounding, go everywhere instrument. The guitar is lightweight, durable and weather- and water-resistant. The instrument also features a carbon fiber and sugar maple body. Specification: 32.25 x 11 x 3.5-inch (81.9 x 27.9 x 8.8 cm), 2.6-pound (1.17 kg).
The hand carved Darth Vader bust is the work of Josh Osborne, an American who was recruited by the Dark Side a long time ago, judging by his affinity for Sith Lords. Its dimensions of 13 1/2″ in height and about 10″ in diameter make this a pretty impressive item, especially if we consider that Osborne used a single massive piece of walnut wood to create the Darth Vader helmet.
Featuring 30 designs by leading designer-makers from around the world DIY Furniture shows you how to use simple techniques to make stunning designer furniture from scratch. All the projects can be easily assembled using the step-by-step guides from common materials which can be found at the local hardware store…