This is just an amazing display of Super Mario Bros. played on a sidewalk. I believe it was accomplished using Adobe Aftereffects but that does not make in any less impressive. All you Nintendo fanboys will get a huge kick out of this. Well pretty much anyone that grew up in the 90′s should love this. Well really, anyone should love this.
Currently the production team for Transformers 3 has taken over an area of downtown Chicago. Looks like Michael Bay and his troops (Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, Micaela Johnson, Tyrese, Patrick Dempsey, John Malkovich, etc.) are bringing a shit storm to LaSalle Street.
Below you’ll find a couple videos of the shooting that has been going on and some really great photos of the sweet rides. I love the Concept Corvette and the Ferrari 458 Italia. Check out the awesome videos to see Optimus Prime, Bubble Bee and a few other of your favorite Transformers.
If this gets your juices going like it does for me…it might be hard to take in that it probably won’t be released until the July 4th weekend… of 2012 (per Michael Bay and Paramount). That’s 2 years down the road. Let’s hope that they’re ahead of schedule and they’ll push up the date.
Looks like it’s a baby day here at I Can Has Internets. What a cute little baby! The thing that kind of gets me is the parents that put their little boy through this situation. Yeah it’s funny for us…and possibly them…but how does he feel about it? Well, okay, maybe I’m going too far, he looks like he’s having a great time eating his way out.
“Mom? Mom? Mom!!!!!!! Dad is coming over here…..Mom!!!! I don’t trust this guy. He thinks he’s being funny….Mom! He’s taking this shirt off. His friends are laughing. Mom! He thinks this is going to be a good joke….”
Anyone out there care for this badboy of a watch? This is from the ever amazing people over at Tokyoflash. They produce some the coolest watches I’ve ever seen. Amazing as they are, they’ve given us a watch to give to our lovely readers (a $200 value). This particular one is called the Denshoku from their Kisai Series.
Twelve light bars present the time in a simple, easy to read format. Press the button and the LEDs behind the acrylic diffuse and illuminate the bars three times. First hours are presented, then groups of ten minutes, then single minutes. The speed of movement can be accelerated by pressing the button again. To find out more about how to read the time, take a look at the interactive manual above.
Now how do you go about getting your grubby little paws on this beast? It’s simple:
Apparently even horses can suffer from the rare malady that is dendrophilia. I know I’ve had my issues dealing with a tasty shrub every now-and-again…but I’ve never gone balls (neck?) deep in the sweet cervase of a tree.