Not just any wedding ring, this one is made from dinosaur leg bone, meteorite and gold. Each one of these stunning rings is individually handcrafted by Jewelry by Johan. For those wondering, the bone comes from the Morrison Formation in Utah and dates back at least 65-million years to the Jurassic era. Prices start from $450 and top out at almost $1800, depending on the design. Continue reading for more.
April Fools' Day is almost upon us, and if you're still searching for the perfect prank to try on co-workers, friends, family, etc., these might help you out. However, the prank you see above might need to be saved for someone going on a long vacation, or next year, simply purchase an identical keyboard, start planting a few weeks early and swap it out the morning of. Continue reading for more.
The Star Wars Death Star Cookie Jar may seem out of place in most homes, but to a geek, this is a dream come true. "Measuring approximately 12" x 12", the Death Star Cookie Jar is composed of polyresin, and features a counter-friendly flat base. If left to its own devices, the Death Star Cookie Jar will kill any other cookie jar in its immediate vicinity; you will enter the kitchen to find the floor covered in shattered bits and smoldering crumbs," according to the company. Product page. Continue reading for more.
Ear piercing is one of the oldest known forms of body modification, with artistic and written references from cultures around the world dating back to early history. Early evidence of earrings worn by men can be seen in archeological evidence from Persepolis in ancient Persia. Nowadays, earrings have gotten a lot more creative, as the Pac-Man and piranha plant examples show. Continue reading for more cool earrings that geeks would love.
Whether it be the AT-AT dog costume, Han Solo frozen in fridge, or Millennium Falcon bottle opener, these are things you probably don't see in stores, or at least regularly. With that said, it's never too late (or early) to start planning for this holiday season, and what better way than by scoping out a few unique items for the Star Wars fanatics. On a slightly related note, did you know that Harrison Ford was paid a mere $10,000 for his performance in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope? Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular viral videos of today, including an incredible avalanche rescue.
Sometimes, all we need is a little spark to get our creative juices flowing, and for geeks, that could mean seeing something in a new light, such as the mini HDD-shaped USB stick. Or, a "Fully Loaded" chair made from used shotgun shells. We can't forget about the custom Iron Man Nike Dunk sneakers, complete with light-up Arc Reactor. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today - including someone who manages to solve a Rubik's Cube while spinning on his head.
Demetria Skye, an extremely talented self-taught artist from Scotland, has created a series of creative illustrations featuring Baymax from Disney's Big Hero 6. As you can probably already see, she's outfitted him with different suits worn by other famous Disney characters, such as Elsa from Frozen, Rapunzel from Tangled, and Genie from Aladdin. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a cat who just loves being swept off the floor.
WD-40 is nothing new, but there are several other ways to use this petroleum-based formula, including using it to clean tiles. Simply spray it on tiles to remove spilled mascara, nail polish, paint and scuff marks from tile floors. This can also be used to help you wipe away grime from the grout lines - clean everything up with soapy water afterwards. Or, just spray on stainless steel sinks and scrub lightly to remove stains. Continue reading for more.
Music geeks know E-Flat as the fourth semitone of the solfege. In fact, the prelude to Richard Wagner's Das Rheingold is a famous piece of drone music that begin with a low E flat and builds to more and more elaborate figurations of the chord of E flat major. It is used in this opera to portray the motion of the river Rhine. However, it's definitely not welcome at this particular bar. Continue reading for more nerdy and geeky jokes.
Custom smartphone cases are becoming increasingly popular with the trend towards personalization, and users are always seeking to one-up the mass-marketed cases. In many instances, like this Volkswagen case, they are succeeding to say the least. However, there are offering some websites that let you build them from scratch, if these pre-made ones just won't do. Continue reading for more.