Stefan A. Slater


What’s the most popular beverage in all of the irradiated wasteland? Nuka Cola, of course! Show off your love for the soda that’s loved by everyone from raiders to mutants with these Nuka Cola bottle cap magnets. You can toss them up on that old rusty fridge you picked up from New Vegas, or you can put them on your new power armor—it’s up to you!

‘Fallout 4’ Nuka Cola Bottle Cap Fridge Magnets: ($9.99)


So why did Twitch streamer Rudeism decide to play Overwatch with a microwave oven? Who knows. Who cares? These days, you just need to roll with the weirdness.

While playing Overwatch with a kitchen appliance might seem a bit random, I will say that Rudeism’s overall inventiveness is pretty entertaining. And if he can figure out how to play Battlefield 1 with a blender, well, then he’s got a fan for life. Watch the video below (autoplay). [click to continue…]


Artist Anastassia Elias specializes in crafting scenes within absurdly tiny spaces—like cups or empty toilet paper rolls. The incredibly detailed scenes are also backlit, and the effect adds an element of depth that’s pretty astounding. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]


The original water cake is astounding by itself, but Twitter user @mithiruka has elevated water cake art to viral levels that can only be achieved by cats.

Indeed, mithiruka made a cat-shaped water cake using a silicone mold. The result is something that looks more like a glass figurine than an edible piece of art. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Well, these Doctor Strange cupcakes look mystically scrumptious, don’t they? Pei with Cumberclay whipped up these incredible cupcakes featuring characters from Doctor Strange including Mordo, Wong, The Ancient One, and of course, Doctor Strange himself! Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


This LEGO-version of MacLaren’s Pub from How I met Your Mother is absolutely perfect. LEGO fan speedyhead really nailed all of the tiny details. But do you know what it’s missing? A LEGO Barney Stinson minifig. I don’t know if this would fly as a LEGO Ideas project, but I would definitely vote for it.

You can check out more pics of the build on speedyhead’s Flickr page.

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Roving the wasteland is thirsty work, and nothing hits the spot like an ice-cold Nuka-Cola. Instead of stashing all your Nuka in a possibly irradiated scavenged fridge, you should drop some caps on this official Nuka-Cola Machine Mini Fridge. It can hold a 12-pack of soda, and it’s currently available for pre-order with shipping slated for mid-December. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Christian Rivera, an art director with Youpanqui BBDO in Lima, Peru, came up with this eye-catching concept for a collection of Star Wars-themed cups, titled “Drink the Force.” The design features popular LEGO minifig Star Wars heroes and villains wielding lightsabers that, from the right perspective, become the cup’s straw.

It’s a clever idea that, quite frankly, I’m surprised McDonald’s hasn’t already done. Check out an additional example below. [click to continue…]


The design of Cybermen has changed quite a bit since their first Doctor Who appearance back in ’66—a fact that is celebrated with these Doctor Who Evolution of the Cyberman Coasters. They’re cold cast from resin and aluminum and depict the Mark 1, Mark 04, Mark 05, and Mark 08 designs.

They mercilessly destroy water rings but may assimilate your smartphone should you place it on the coffee table. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Ukrainian artist Hanna Dovhan crafts adorable wool sculptures. Many of them are cartoon-style veggies, eggs, and fruits and are designed to function as pairs (which makes them even cuter). Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]