- Lemme Out! Flooring
- Bear Branches
- 1001 Dalmations?
- Hold the Onions and Pass the SKETchup
- Jenga Doggie
- Jenga Cat
- Celebrating 40 Puzzling Years
- Storm Scooper
- Run for the Cube
- Foodie Dice
- Puzzle Rug
- Kitchen Wars
- Doctor Who Story
- Bumper Cronuts
- Apple’s Toy Acquisitions – Announced
- Build a Better Job
- A Sports Matryoshka – Aryaball
- SpongeBob’s Square Pants hit the runway
- Dinner Winner
- Toy Wreath
- Video Game Shoes
- Rubber Chickens in Space
- Marvel Super Hero Mashers
- Building a better year…
- Wishing You a Playful New Year!
- 2013 A Play-Doh Year in Review
- “I am your father!”….so read to me!
- Purebred Toys
- Eggs & Nog
- Toy Dishin’
- Avenger Time
- Star Wars for lunch anyone?
- Life-Like LEGOs
- “The Art of the Brick” Lego masterpiece exhibit
- “Live” Video Games
- Out on a Limb with LEGOs
A floor made out of thousands of people and glass. An incredible floor-installation by Korean Artist, Do Ho Suh.
Talk about walkin’ all over your friends, …people!
Whaaaat? Yes, now you can hang your heads, and coats, purses, jewelry, and backpacks too. Get those old toys out and cut their heads off. Then turn them into a coat, belt or jewelry rack. It’s cathartic and utilitarian.Created by Gynix Gao.
Here’s one way to dispose of your old plush – create a tree full of bear branches.
Yowza! A giant pooch made from lots and lots of wind-up doggies. Looks like this is the kind of dog that takes YOU for a walk!
This toy sculpture begs the question, “How many wind-up dogs does it take to make an 8 foot puppy sculpture?” Glad you asked! According to Kidcrave, it’s 660!
Beware of Dogsss and be careful upon entering the room; all of the tiny dog heads start turning and yapping for the viewers attention.
I wouldn’t want to clean up after this pooch. Sure hope he’s house-trained.
Reposted from kidcrave.com/toys/kids-toys-turned-art/
Nintendo Game Boy and Tetris Transformer mashup posted on MocPages - http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/313534
A sweet amalgamation of a Nintendo Game Boy system and Tetris game that transforms into a robot, a bird, and back again. Brilliant!
Urban Pop artist Sket One has created a variety of condiments for summertime barbecuing fun,…and beyond. Check out Sket One’s awesome work at his website and online store – http://www.sket-one.com/gallery, http://sketone.storenvy.com/.
We know you’ll be saying, “Hold the onions and pass the SKETchup.”
From food to fashion, to furniture, and more, Rubik’s Cube has made an impact on many facets of our lives. Happy 40th Anniversary you colorful block of fun and frustration!