First LEGO, and now cards. Bryan Berg, the world record cardstacker, recreated the Beijing Olympic Village using over 140,000 playing cards. Nice, Bryan, but let's put those cardstacking skills to real use and cheat some girls at strip poker! What do you mean you don't want to cheat? Well fine, but you don't get to play then. Or watch. What you can do is run to the store and get me a 12-pack of tighty whities.
This is a recreation of Da Vinci's 'Mona Lisa' made entirely out of motherboard parts (plus a frame). It sits in the ASUS headquarters in Peitou, Taiwan and is almost half as good looking as the motherboard 'Starry Night' I made. Which I just so happen to be selling for $10 m... / Continue →
Geekologie Reader Fitz and his friends, inspired by the post we did a while back about playing chess on roller coasters, decided to put a different spin on the pastime and make a house of cards on a coaster. This is the resulting shot.
We went to the amusement park yesterday,... / Continue →
Somebody went and made a Pittsburgh Steelers computer case modeled after the team's helmet. This is it. It glows yellow to make your room look like you've got a secret gold stash in there or the briefcase from Pulp Fiction. Sadly, I'm not allowed to watch sports anymore beca... / Continue →