A Dash of Vader, a pinch of tie-fighter, and hell – why not, a whole lotta galaxy from far-far away. With these awesome Star Wars spoons from Seven Year Stitch, you’re sure to whip up something amazing, even without trying! But either do, or do not bake, there is no try. The spoons run under $20, and come in many different varieties. Check out the other versions after the break:
What if our favorite Disney Princesses decided to don a new look, and dress up as Superheroines? Who would they be? Well, thanks to Artist Isaiah K Stephens we can see what these amazing women would look like with their alter egos. For example, Aurora above has chosen to dress up as Daenerys Targaryen. See Belle, Ariel, and so much more after the break.
Here’s a look at some of the sexiest store bought costumes available this year. Caveat-Anything looks sexy with these models wearing them. NOTE: Jenny fans will not approve of this article. I’ve made my peace with that.
This tacolicious Taco “Belle” dress was made by artist and fashion designer Olivia Mears using hand-painted card stock, tissue paper, and felt for the tacos, and the flowers and ruffles were made using unused Taco Bell wrappers. Now that’s what I call food for thought!
A few of these “Twisted Princess” images from Jeftoon01 have been floating around the internet for a while, but as of late, the creator behind “Twisted Princess” has added a few more horror stories to his gallery. The artist takes our beloved Disney Princesses and turns them into true works of deviation from their normal story. Check out our favorite twisted stories arcs after the break:
WOW! I mean – we’ve seen our fair share of Disney’s Frozen cosplay over the last year or so, but nothing like this. Check out this awesome rendition of your favorite Frozen characters – with Anna actually FROZEN! And in real snow nonetheless! See more photos after the break:
There is a serious injustice happening right now in the Toy industry. I’m not talking about how we’ve strayed from making toys indestructible (have you ever tried to break a Lincoln Log?), or how craftsmanship is a thing of the past. Nor am I talking about how most toys now-a-days have some kind of mechanical battery operated mechanism which leaves nothing left for imagination. No – the injustice I speak of is something that’s always been there, yet I’m so damn fed up with it – and that’s gederfication and blatant sexism in the toy industry.