Check out these creative crayon sculptures from Pete Goldlust. This just shows you that you don’t need to spend a lot on materials to create interesting works of art – just about .99 cents on a box of Crayola’s.
For other interesting sculptures from every day objects take a look at this past AS|D DROP post.
Check out these retro style iPod Nano cases from Contexture. They modified cassette tapes to house your iPod Nano on one side and appear like a normal cassette on the other. Originally 45 of these cases were created, but most have been sold already. Check out the ones remaining and order yours for about $45 bucks here.
There is something great about a model train set. However, something was always lacking from the accessories available at the local hobby store. Hobbyist Peter Feigenbaum has filled this void, with his rendition of an urban slum that he built for his model trains. Check out the detailed pictures here.
The legendary Kaws resently released his latest must have for all you toy connoisseurs. Kaws’ take on Darth Vader is all you would expect from the man! Check out the detailed pics here.
If you weren’t able to get one already, there are a bunch for sale on
eBay already. Expect to pay about $500-
Here’s a cool little gadget for lifetime LEGO fans. These make a great gift – and not just for kids, either. Stack them together to keep all your USB drives neat and organized. The color coding helps, too! Get yours for $69. at Chares & Marie.
It is always amazing to see the ideas that people imagine when you ask them what the future will be like. Back in the November, 1939 issue of Popular Science, New York commercial artist Nicholas DeSantis presented his rendering of the skyskraper-airport of the future. The structure was drawn to be 8 city blocks long and 3 wide, not to mention 200 stories tall. Read more about this wild idea here.