Category: Art & Design

This category caters to geek who loves eye catching
futuristic designs, modern industrial designs, futuristic concepts, and creative homemade things for better future

Batman Vs. Superman movie should feature this intimaidating 3D printed Batsuit

Arkham Origins Batsuit by Julian Checkley

Anything that has to do with Batman sells like hot cakes. Whether it is a Batmobile or Batsuit, DIYers have shown us the possibilities of creating merchandize related to this Gotham superhero. Another one that has come to light is a 3D printed Batsuit that seems to be inspired by the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight Origins video game which shows our superhero in a funky armored suit in a graphics intensive setting.
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Galactic Dimension: Jumbo-sized pinball machine for pure arcade fun

Pinball Machine Galactic Dimension by Niklas Roy

You say Pinball and the feeling of nostalgia is all that oozes in one’s mind. That arcade music keeps ringing in my head and the metal ball bouncing against all the props placed. Niklas Roy, a die-hard pinball fan and DIY project maker has brought those sweet memories back, but in a jumbo design. This is Galactic Dimension, a supersized pinball machine designed by him for Phaeno Science Center in Wolfsburg, Germany; and it more than meets the eye. Everything about this machine is colossal as it invites pinball lovers to try their hand on a 3×6 meter machine inspired by the cosmic vastness and UFOs.
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I bet you’ve not seen anything like this Iron Man armor before

Asgardian Iron Man armor by Prince Armory

I have to be very honest with this (without sounding promotional) – having seen endless number of Iron Man costumes in time, I will have to hand this with top slot for being the best out there. Designed and developed by Samuel Lee of Prince Armory; the Asgardian Iron Man full body armor is made from leather and brass hardware. Like me, you may want to own this suit, but sadly, this is one-off and is not for sale; however, you can be lucky, since Prince Armory is ready to discuss custom orders. Rest assured you will need bloody deep pockets to own it. Read More…

Batman v. Superman Lego Batmobile coming to Comic-Con

Lego batmobile Batman v. Superman

While you are preparing for the Comic-Con kicking off in San Diego on July 9, you must keep in mind that a new Lego Batmobile is going to be one of the main attractions there. Lego is preparing to unveil construction kit for a Batmobile designed after the caveman’s ride to be featured in Zack Snyder directed “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, scheduled to release on March 25, next year. The Lego Batmoble set comprises 306 pieces, and comes with pair of stud shooters, Batman minifig, two mysterious characters and an additional ride. Read More…

Bricasso – A printer made from Legos that prints Lego mosaic art!

Bricasso Lego Mosaic Printer by Jason Allemann

Gosh, we can’t get enough of Legos simply because creative geeks give us all the reasons to love Lego creations. This one by Jason Allemann is right out of the extraordinary category and you’ll know why I’m saying so. Lego Mosaic Printer dubbed as Bricasso is made completely out of Lego Bricks and what does it do? Print out the usual documents or photos? No sir, it prints out Lego bricks on a Lego base plate from images that it scans!
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Lego Ferrari F40 with removable V8 engine is bliss for supercar and Lego fans

Lego Ferrari F40 with removable V8 engine

Lego Ferrari F40 designed by Michael Psiaki

The most iconic supercar of the late 1980s with a style revolution when we talk of dynamic design is most definitely Ferrari F40. So Lego Creator teamed-up with Ferrari to build a Lego replica of the F40 supercar that was personally approved by Enzo Ferrari. To make it look exactly like the real car, designer Michael Psiaki used 1,158 Lego pieces and some custom made parts like the windshield, wheel rim inserts, bows that represent the pillars that support roof of the car and headlights.
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Want to buy this Terminator Genisys replica worth seven grand?

Terminator Genisys 3D printed endoskeleton replica

Terminator Genisys is all set for initial release in different parts of the globe on 25 June and on consecutive days in other locations, and the expectation is huge. Going in with the popularity of Terminator movies is this 3D printed endoskeleton replica of the humanoid robot by Chronicle Collectibles that is back again to save the future world. Well, that was a bit too much I admit, but still if you are a Terminator movie fan, this will quench your desires.
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6 most appealing announcements at E3 2015 by Microsoft and Sony

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It’s that time of the year when you see best of Entertainment unleashed upon us by some of the largest names in business. It’s E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) time, yeah right! On the first day of the kick ass event, it was Microsoft and Sony that probably awed everyone present with their glitzy and futuristic announcements. While Sony overwhelmed all in attendance by announcing one game after the other; Microsoft was the big daddy on the day with a couple of announcements, which surely got Sony thinking what better they could do at the event. Interesting? Well, without holding you further then, here are six most appealing announcements by Microsoft, followed by Sony. Read More…

Porsche 911 RSR half-made from Legos surprised everyone at 24 Hours of Le Mans!

Porsche 911 RSR made from Legos at 24 Hours of Le Mans

Porsche 911 RSR made from Legos revealed at 24 Hours of Le Mans

The most enduring racing car event in the world, 24 Hours of Le Mans just got concluded with the Formula-1 driver Nico Hulkenberg winning this year’s edition of the event. The racing event also serves as a platform for automotive giants to showcase their never before seen cars. Porsche lashed onto the opportunity and displayed a very unique model of the Porsche 911 RSR which is one part like any other 911 and other part that is completely made from Legos.
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Nike’s Michael Jordan sneakers take shape in the form of Legos

Nike Jordan Lego sneakers  by Tom Yoo

Making Lego replicas of famous sneakers is the passion of Tom Yoo who has an eye for Nike’ Michael Jordan edition of cool shoes. To take his love for sneakers made from Legos, Tom has created the Lego replica of famous Jordan XI Concord shoe designed by Tinker Hatfield and Jordan Carmine VI which sports a cool white and red color. It takes around 2000 Lego pieces to create these replicas and intricate eye for craft which should emulate the original sneaker design.
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