This is a video of an all wooden machine made by a 70-year old man named Del who may or may not be Santa Claus. It contains absolutely no metal whatsoever and displays virtually ever method of mechanical motion, all in a single machine. Sure it doesn't actually do anything, but who cares, it's freaking awesome. Santa even used a variety of different wood to make the thing, including: maple, black walnut, pine, oak, cherry, hickory, and morning. Well done! I've been good this year Santa, and I'm thinking this is what I want for Christmas. And, if it's not too much trouble, one of your female elves. Pointier the ears, the better.
Remember the article we ran on the Splinter, a 240MPH wooden supercar designed by a NC State graduate student? Yeah, well it turns out Joe Harmond, the student behind the concept, is actually building the damn thing. That's what it's supposed to look like when it's finished t... / Continue →
We've seen some pretty wicked stop-motion videos in the past, and even some by the same director as this one. And, well, this is his latest, entitled Western Spaghetti. It's about cooking spaghetti and is amazingly well done. I'd totally eat that. Mmm, rubber bands and yarn... / Continue →
This is an interview with Nathan Sharratt, who went and made a ridiculously amazing Big Sister costume (not to be confused with Harrison Krix's Big Daddy getup) from Bioshock 2. It is most impressive and I can say without a doubt that I wouldn't want to meet that in a dark Rap... / Continue →