This is not an optical illusion, just Luna, a lamp designed to look exactly like the moon, constructed from glass fiber and non-toxic latex, with luminosity ranging from LUX1 to LUX5. Not just for looks, these devices are water resistant, heat resistant and can withstand a fall or two. There are seven different sizes to choose from, ranging from the extra small 3.2-inch sphere to the 23.6-inch XXL. Each one comes with a cord and a device that will allow you to adjust its glow of the LED bulbs. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video on how to build a 100-ton press for only $35.
Wayde King and Brett Raymer, hosts of Animal Planet's Tanked show, created this unique bed a while back, but now new images have surfaced online. This stunning headboard tank holds approximately 650-gallons of salt water that house an assortment of fish behind the transparent panes. It takes "sleeping with the fishes" to a whole new level. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
In the Marvel universe, Venom is a symbiote, a sentient alien, with a gooey, almost liquid-like form, requiring a host, usually human, to bond with for its survival. After bonding, the symbiote endows its enhanced powers upon the host. When the Venom Symbiote bonds with a human, that new dual-life form refers to itself as "Venom." Georgette of Devious Body Art managed to create a real-life version of the comic book supervillain using only body paint. Continue reading for one more picture.
Ayrton Senna was a Brazilian racing driver who won three Formula One world championships who unfortunately, lost his life during the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. He was among the most dominant and successful F1 drivers of the modern era, and is considered by many as the greatest racing driver of all time. Andrew Ainsworth of Shepperton Design Studios decided to pay tribute with this beautiful stormtrooper helmet, using the original molds he used from the 1977 Star Wars film. Artist Jason Brooks added the decals to match Senna's famous helmet. Continue reading for three Ayrton videos and more information about his life.
Susan Beatrice, an artist from New Jersey, specializes in creating incredible steampunk sculptures with old watch parts. The objects used include gears, sprockets, vintage pocket watches, etc. Whether it be rabbits, lions, dragons, horses, or even mythical creatures, she says that her "Earth-friendly and artistic items [are] sensitive to the limits of our natural resources." Continue reading to see more amazing sculptures.
There's the RIF6 Cube, and then the option of building your very own smartphone projector if spending $269 on a high-tech gadget is out of the question. You'll need a shoe box, magnifying glass, strong duct tape, a paper clip, hobby knife, pencil and of course a smartphone. Simply use the pencil to trace a hole around the magnifying glass, use a hobby knife to cut that part out, bend the paperclip into a makeshift phone stand, and you're ready to go. Continue reading for more creative college life hacks.
Not just any coffee table, this Millennium Falcon creation by Richard Riley at Tom Spina Designs is most certainly a Star Wars fanatic's dream come true. Unfortunately, a very wealthy fan contacted Tom Spina Designs and had one of these custom made, so only one exists. There were absolutely no details spared, as it features exact replicas of the asteroids in the film, a painted Hasbro Millennium Falcon and a TIE Fighter on its tail. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a weatherman pronouncing Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch without breaking a sweat.
Keti Sidamonidze was entranced after stumbling upon a "cute kitten mural extravaganza," and just knew that she had to have something similar. So, artist Giorgi Makharashvili, "who was not afraid to experiment with the paints of this ultraviolet magic world," was hired for the job, and the rest is a black light fairytale. "I can identify myself with a cat's love of freedom. I am impressed with the way Giorgi has interpreted my story into this peace of mesmerizing wall art. My dear unknown reader, I hope that you too will manage to fulfill your sacred dreams the way I awakened my fantasy with this project," said Sidamonidze. Continue reading for more pictures.
Ever wonder just how strong a coffee table made of bulletproof glass really is? Well, so did Ben Nelson, and his latest project shows us just that. "A round ball actually creates a very small area of impact against a flat object, which means it reaches amazingly high PSI (pounds per square inch) of impact force. The ball cracked the glass, creating an interesting spider-crack pattern. The crack is INSIDE the glass. The top surface is still smooth to the touch. You won't cut yourself on it, and it still makes a good writing surface and place to set a cup of coffee," said Ben Nelson. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a girl who takes the crown of champion pizza box folder.
This may not be the first Star Wars Millennium Falcon bed to surface online, but it's the only one you'll be able to buy. Pottery Barn Kids is offering a twin-size bed in the style of the pod on the side of the Millennium Falcon, at the hefty price of $4,000. It's made from solid hardwood, and then hand-painted, measuring 45.5 x 108.25 x 45.4-inches. Now if only the company started making AT-AT Walker bunk beds. Continue reading for more pictures and information.