Cheese Degrees is a bamboo cutting board, created by Hogmalion, featuring engraved measurements that will ensure you always slice precise portions of cheese. It is available to purchase from Fred & Friends.
The Video Game Soda Machine Project is a website and labor of love by Jess Morrissette (a.k.a. “Decaffeinated Jedi“), a professor of Political Science at Marshall University, where he attempts to catalog screenshots of every soda vending machine that has appeared in video games.
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Crazy Aaron’s Putty World has created Ectoplasm Putty, oozy glow in the dark putty that looks like paranormal slime. It is available to purchase from Crazy Aaron’s Putty World and Vat19.
Strap on your proton pack and pick up a pliable toy with a supernatural glow. Ectoplasm Putty has the eerie green translucence of ghostly green slime with the radiance to match.
Charge the putty under light, and it will glow in the dark with a bright speckled green luminescence. You can even use a blacklight keychain to draw on the glowing goo!
Bad Little Children’s Books is new book by obscure illustrator Arthur Gackley featuring dark, yet hilarious parodies of classic children’s book covers. It is available to purchase from ABRAMS Books and Amazon.
Many of these original books focus on life’s lessons, joys, and curiosities. Gackley cleverly takes the books’ classic covers and turns them into unforgettable, edgy, politicaly incorrect parodies that speak to the bad little kid in all of us. With a catalog of children’s book titles like Peeping Tommy Goes Cougar Hunting, Cousin Milky Is Lactose Intolerant, and The Blind Child’s Picture Dictionary, this collection will have readers in stitches. A fun read for parents, grown-ups, and kids-at-heart everywhere, Bad Little Children’s Books leaves no bad joke unmade.
Born in 1923, Arthur C. Gackley is the creator of many children’s books, none of which were ever actually published. Mysterious and hermetic by nature, he spent his life living and working in a small New England village, but was likely washed out to sea in the winter of 1962—or possibly fell penniless into an abandoned wishing well shaft around 1978. No body was ever found.
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Dr. Stephen Strange’s reality is turn upside down in Marvel‘s new TV spot for Doctor Strange, the upcoming superhero film directed by Scott Derrickson based on the Marvel character of the same name. Doctor Strange is set to hit theaters on November 4th, 2016.
From Marvel Studios comes “Doctor Strange,” the story of world-famous neurosurgeon Dr. Stephen Strange whose life changes forever after a horrific car accident robs him of the use of his hands. When traditional medicine fails him, he is forced to look for healing, and hope, in an unlikely place—a mysterious enclave known as Kamar-Taj. He quickly learns that this is not just a center for healing but also the front line of a battle against unseen dark forces bent on destroying our reality. Before long Strange—armed with newly acquired magical powers—is forced to choose whether to return to his life of fortune and status or leave it all behind to defend the world as the most powerful sorcerer in existence.
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