DeviantART member Fox Blue created this hat using an old toaster. There’s no word on whether it’s functional, but it’s creator did chime in on another topic, stating “it’s a lot lighter then I thought it would be.”
That’s a load off.
Most of you have probably tried that astronaut ice cream they sell in science museums. It’s pretty nasty. I think the folks at NASA are trying to make up for that atrocity because they’re currently working on a 3D printed pizza that you can actually eat.
The idea is that you’ll have cartridges full of the ingredients like cheese and sauce which will then be layered and mixed to make your pizza. Apparently the layered nature of pizza makes it a natural for the process. That, or the guys at NASA are just really tired of having to tip the pizza delivery guy while they work on important science stuff into the wee hours of the night.
Surprisingly little is known about this Darth Vader mini fridge, except that it was created by artist Tom Sachs. But who cares? The photos are what’s really important anyway.
(TS via OW)
This pirate pancake griddle, currently up for funding on kickstarter, will have you wanting to make breakfast for every meal of the day. It’s the second effort by Joe Sandor who already created and successfully funded a crepe pan last year. The cast iron griddle embosses the skull and crossbones on three 5″ pancakes and can be yours for a pledge of $98. It’s currently about 25% funded with a month to go so you still have time to join the pancake pirate crew!
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My dream kitchen does not involve shiny stainless steel appliances, granite counters and fancy custom made cabinetry. No, it involves a TARDIS fridge, a Wonder Woman mixer and superhero spatulas. Here are some great ways to turn your kitchen into a nerd’s paradise, and they won’t even require you hire a contractor and remortgage your house.
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UPDATE: You can actually purchase a kit to turn your fridge into the TARDIS. A basic skin is available through GlassSculpture.org for $185. You can also add extras like an audio module and a side skin for extra. The skins can be customized to fit your specific fridge model.
(The Doctor Who Tumblr via The Mary Sue)
Urban Collector is getting ready to release a toaster that will burn Freddy Krueger’s likeness into your toast. From there he can expect a butter bath before fighting a losing battle with your teeth and taking a wild ride through your digestive system. Unfortunately, that means he will haunt your bowels in your dreams.
Pre-order now for an August 2013 release.
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This two-piece decal will turn your fridge into a Dalek who will Re-Frig-Er-Ate all your perishables. The top decal is 20″ x 15″ and the bottom decal is 33″ x 27″ and they come as a set. They’re waterproof and removable adhesive vinyl that won’t ruin the surface beneath.
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If daily fast food breakfasts are draining your bank account, then you may want to consider adding this Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker to your morning routine:
The tower of chow cooks your egg in one compartment on the top, warms a slice of pre-cooked meat in the middle, and warms your cheese and other assorted fillings in a spot of the bottom. All between two English muffins for easy removal. And all this in five minutes or less.
The product should be hitting shelves this month at a cost of $30.
Product Page: (via Giz)