Artist Jessica Siskin Creates Beautiful Custom Art Out of Rice Krispies Treats

Rice Krispies box done with Rice Krispies

Artist Jessica Siskin has built a business out of sculpting and decorating Rice Krispies Treats into custom shapes for customers. She posts her works to the Instagram account mister_krisp, which now has dozens of photos of the uniquely shaped treats. Interested parties can contact Siskin through the email address listed on her Instagram account, and it appears she will be launching a dedicated site for the Mister Krisp business, but the page is currently password-protected.

Early Mac computer made of Rice Krispies Ninja Turtle Raphael made of Rice Krisipies Lloyd Dobler holding Rice Krispies boom box Instagram logo done with Rice Krispies

images via Jessica Siskin

via BuzzFeed


Beijing Hospital Replaces Boy’s Cancerous Neck Vertebra With a 3D Printed Version

Neck Surgery

Doctors at the No. 3 Hospital, Peking University in Beijing, China replaced the second vertebra of a 12-year-old boy’s neck with a 3D printed version after discovering a malignant tumor following a sports injury. The new procedure has the potential to last far longer than existing methods.

Using existing technology, the patient’s head needs to be framed with pins after surgery. The patient’s head cannot touch the bed when he is resting. This lasts for at least three months. But with 3D printing technology, we can simulate the shape of the vertebra, which is much stronger and more convenient than traditional methods.

3D Printed Vertebra

images via China Central TV

via China Central TV, CBS

A Four-Minute Retro Supercut of Arcades in Movies

Ben Craw, a video editor at The Huffington Post, has created a four-minute retro supercut video of arcades in movies. The full list of the films, in order of appearance, is available on HuffPost Entertainment.

Hey, kids. Remember arcades? We sure do. Good times, great games. Go ahead and call us nostalgic. We don’t care. Since there aren’t many arcades left anymore, we decided to turn to the movies to relive the glory days of our youth. So fill those pockets with quarters and come along with us on a little trip down memory lane.

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The Simpsons Take the Bowl, A Celebration of the Long Running Animated Series at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles

The Simpsons

On September 12th, 13th and 14th 2014, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra will pay tribute to The Simpsons with The Simpsons Take the Bowl, three evenings of fireworks and musical performances devoted to the long running animated series at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The shows will feature series creator Matt Groening, cast members Hank Azaria, Yeardley Smith and Nancy Cartwright and celebrities like “Weird Al” Yankovic and former Simpsons writer Conan O’Brien.

image via Hollywood Bowl

‘W-ORD Channel 7 News’, A Word-Themed News Broadcast Hosted by John Oliver and Cookie Monster

W-ORD Channel 7 News” is a parody of a news broadcast hosted by John Oliver and Cookie Monster. It was co-produced by Sesame Workshop and Mashable to help promote Sesame Street’s new “Words are Here, There and Everywhere” initiative to help improve children’s vocabularies. The video also features Kate McKinnon, Nick Offerman, and Al Roker.

In support of “Sesame Street’s” newest vocabulary resource, “Words are Here, There and Everywhere,” Mashable has teamed up with Sesame Workshop once again to encourage families to explore the wonderful world of words. Watch the special W-ORD report above, in which John Oliver and Cookie Monster (and a few surprise guests) tackle the hard-hitting word news you need to know.

Stan Lee Discusses the Past and Present Look of His Iconic Mustache

If my wife says to shave it all off, I will.

Legendary comic creator Stan Lee sits down to discuss the past and present look of his iconic mustache on a recent episode of Stan’s Rants on World of Heroes.

In retaliation to all the comments Stan noticed regarding his mustache, Stan wanted to dedicated a few minutes to tell you just how he feels about his facial hair! And what drove him to last shave!

Stan Lee Rants