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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Oh man, I would have got in so much trouble had this existed when I was in school. This is the world’s first multi-action rubber band shotgun. This thing looks absolutely amazing. You can check out all the specifics on their Kickstarter page.
You know, if you’ve got some money to throw around, this actually would be a sweet idea for a project in your own home — maybe do an entire wall or coffee table covered in cars. Matchbox cars are like 89 cents each and I’m sure you could get some old collections for super cheap off eBay or Craigslist. Artist David T Waller made this dope floor installation, titled Car Atlas, to give you some inspiration.
Tomorrow, 9-6, the collaboration between The Hundreds & NERF will be dropping. The yellow one will be available at the LA store, the orange will be in San Francisco, seafoam will be in Santa Monica, and white will be available in NY. Expect an online release on Monday.
Apparently the royalties from Star Wars just aren’t paying that well anymore. Pretty solid joke, right? These were put together by Marcos Minuchin. The “cup of Jawa” one cracks me up.