Pumpkin carving isn't just for Jack O' Lanterns anymore. Food sculptor Ray Villafane makes some of the most impressive 3D pumpkin carvings we have ever seen. Who knew that pumpkins could be such a great canvas for amazing art?
When you've played both Han Solo and Indiana Jones, you can pretty much get anything you want. Case in point: Here is a video of Harrison Ford playing 'Uncharted 3,' easily the most anticipated video game of the year, two weeks before its official release.
Have you ever wanted to go back in time? You might not be able to actually time travel (yet), but if you have $600k lying around, then you can at least travel back to the 1980s (in your mind) in the original Delorean from 'Back to the Future.'
In this wacky new graphic by Fabian Gonzalez, letters are imbued with the force of different 'Star Wars' characters chosen for the initial of their first name. Do you know your Star Wars ABC's? (A = Ackbar and B = Boba Fett for starters.)
Decades of advances in orthodontics have conditioned us to think it's healthy and more attractive to straighten our teeth out with braces or dental surgery. However, a new procedure popular amongst young Japanese women that actually makes teeth crooked is countering that notion.
Twelve luthiers from Germany has recently finished building the world's largest violin. It measures in at 4.28 meters tall and 1.45 meters wide and hails from Markneukirchen, a town that is already famous for their wood instrument craftsmanship.
Would Jon Carpenter's 1982 horror classic 'The Thing' be any less creepy if it had been a musical? Lyrical geniuses Jon and Al Kaplan have injected some rhythm into the Kurt Russell-starring sci-fi flick, mixing the original footage with a Sinatra-esque musical number.
Get your crops ready, hayseeds -- there might be a FarmVille movie coming. As one of the most popular video games probably ever, the scourge of Facebook is about to hit the silver screen thanks to screenwriters Alec Sokolow and Joel Cohen.
What if instead of going online to find a map of your city, you could look directly under your feet? Artist and designer David Hanauer has created a series of rugs that takes Google Maps' satellite pictures of cityscapes and manipulates them into hypnotic prints.
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