Artists from Twaggies illustrate tweets by various Twitter users. Any tweets they consider to be entertaining will be drawn!
Ever want a crossbow but don't want to go out and actually spend hundreds on a dangerous weapon? Make your own!
Whether or not you have anything planned for anyone, we hope these videos will inspire you to participate on this extraordinary day.
Based on suggestions from his followers, Neill Cameron created incredible illustrations for every single letter of the alphabet in 26 days.
Love mozzarella cheese? Love Steve Jobs? Then you'll love this. Ken has created a mozzarella head of the CEO of Apple.
I'm sure we have all been told before to not play with our food. However, these Bento box artists seem to disagree.
By using the new Adobe Photoshop Cook, this simulation of a tutorial shows how to make delicious lovely butter cookies. [VIDEO]
Adidas is kicking off 2010 with a line up of Star Wars shoes. With designs ranging from Darth Vader to Tie Fighters to Yoda, one of these has to be your favorite!
Joe D draws on US dollar bills and gives them new faces. He says he spends the money he draws on, maybe you’ll be lucky to get one of these bills as change!
To celebrate the Sydney International Food Festival, the flags of participating countries were recreated using popular local foods from each nation.
Print Magazine has recently came out with a few designs and concepts on how marijuana would be sold in stores if it were legal.
From images of Albert Einstein to the Mona Lisa, Scott Wade can create them all using only his fingers and a few brushes on the back of his and his family’s cars.
Won Park creates life-like animals and objects with extreme detail out of various currency from around the world.
Creative song made entirely from media files from Windows 98 and Windows XP. Produced by Robbi-985. [VIDEO]
Stormtroopers aren’t fighting in battles every single day like you see in the Star Wars films. Here’s what they do when they have some free time.
Looking to surprise your guests with some new decorations? Some of these wall hooks will surely grab their attention.
These photos by Arthur S. Mole and John D. Thomas display tens of thousands of American soldiers posing as symbols of American history.
Some truly interesting facial artwork created by carving pages out of a phone book. In this day and age, this is probably the only thing phone books are good for.