Yoga Joes are a Different Take on those Classic Green Army Toys

Instead of the traditional G.I. Joes that are toting around military issue weaponry, Dan Abramson has created these new Yoga Joes.  That’s right, little green guys all in different yoga positions.  There’s only a little bit of time left on their Kickstarter.  Set of 6 available for $20, order here.

You’ve Never Built Anything As Cool As This Martini Porsche Racing Set

LEGO enthusiast Malte Dorowski is behind this beautiful Martini Porsche Racing Set. If you grew up playing with LEGOs you can appreciate how difficult and time consuming this type of project would be. The set features the full Martini International Racing Team including the Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.1 Turbo, 935/76 Turbo, 935/78 Moby Dick, 936/77, Volkswagen T1 and Ford C-Type. The detail on the cars is crazy impressive. Check out the set below.

The Ghostbusters Are Getting Their Own LEGO Set

LEGO has been on a role lately. The toy company is following up the release of their Simpsons set with this new Ghostbusters set. LEGO is producing the Ghostbuster set as a celebration of the franchise’s 30th anniversary. It will include the Ecto-1, the team’s classic vehicle, along with mini figure versions of Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Egon Spengler and Winston Zeddemore. The 508-piece set will also include their paranormal detection equipment, a tracking computer, and logo decorations.

Official Simpsons LEGO Set – Releasing Feb. 1st

The long-anticipated Simpsons LEGO set is finally set to release on February 1st.  

Chinese Hotel Sets World Record For Largest Ball Pit with 1,000,000 Balls

Remember all the toddler poo and snot and barf that was caked in the ball pit at Chuck E. Cheese’s when you were a kid?

Magnetic Putty Swallows Metal ($15)

Would make a nifty paperclip holder for your desk.

Beautiful LEGO: A Book by Mike Doyle ($18)

This is a must-have book here.  Mike Doyle is a LEGO artist of sorts, and he has compiled this book filled with around 400 pages of LEGO works from about 70 different artists.  It’s available for pre-order now.

LEGO Nintendo 64 Transformers

Unfortunately, these extremely dope transformers disguised as Nintendo 64 pieces are not available to buy from LEGO as kits.  Artist, Baron von Brunk, is the man behind the project.  Check out the details behind the pieces here.

Cool High Speed Photography Of Toys Covered In Paint

Here at SNEAKHYPE, we love anything that has to do with paint and high speed photography. Artist and Photographer Peter Schafrick covered children’s toys in paint and capture the images while they were in flight using High Speed Photography. The paint appears to be an extension of the toys as they fly through the air. Very dope.

Introducing The New Crazy Cart From Razor (Video)

Well, this just ticks me off.  Why couldn’t we have this instead of Razor Scooters when we were younger?  This is the new Crazy Cart from the same company who brought us those scooters, and it looks like a pretty good time.

LEGO Cars From 80s TV Shows & Movies

I never made anything cool like this with LEGOs when I was younger.  These are all popular cars from the 80s featured in shows and movies built out of LEGOs.  The Knight Rider car is so sick.

Full Scale LEGO X-Wing

Wow!  I don’t even want to think about how long this took to put together.  This full scale X-Wing (seen in Star Wars) is made from 5,330,200 LEGO bricks.  Over 5 million!  It weighs over 45,000 pounds, and if you really want to know it took 32 builders 17,336 hours (around 4 months) to complete it.

Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter ($173)

Quadcopters are all the geek rage right now.  Once you see this video, you’ll geek your pants and most likely order one immediately.  It’s basically the coolest toy you could ever own.  

Sneakers & Toys by iwantyoursole

Obviously, most of us would rather look at chicks & kicks, but it’s nice to switch it up from time to time.  These pics from iwantyoursole feature some well-known toys rocking classic kicks.  Pretty dope.

Strawberry Lime Blue Gatorade Vagina Pumpkin

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