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Nerdist News: JURASSIC WORLD Updates, FLASH GORDON Reboot, and Google Time-Travel!

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Invasion Of the Lego People

Another Giant Lego Man has washed up on a beach! Look: This time, it’s on Siesta Key in Florida, and the giant Lego man’s back is emblazoned with the name… more

Meet the Butcher Kings

How can we get you to see an art show if we can’t show you any of the art? Hmm. Well, we can try: Alex Pardee and Skinner are artists…. more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

Ghosts Of Gaming Past

Title Scream is a web site by Cameron Askin that’s a simple gallery of title screens from 8-bit and 16-bit games, from the obscure to the memorable. NBA Jam, Qix (… more

Don Draper Presents Facebook Timeline

(Yes, we know, it’s been taken down. Sorry) If you’re not excited about the new Timeline feature at Facebook, Don Draper just might will change your mind. via [thd] [Eric Leist]… more

Make Cool Stuff: The Nerdist Podcast Edition!

Hi, friends! If you’ve listened to episode #126 of the podcast, you’ve learned the origin story for my column on this site. That’s right, I spent several months worth of… more
 

9 Famous Sweaters

Found Item Clothing illustrated 9 famous sweaters from pop culture that we all know and love.  I wish I had all 9 of  these so I can wear them according… more

The History Of Game Controllers, Ready For Framing

A cool poster charting the evolution of video game controllers, from the rudimentary Pong controllers through red-button joysticks to Kinect? Here you go: If you’ve ever been a gamer, you’ll… more

Dr. Who x Muppets

Naaaaailed it!  Amy Mebberson got it perfect with her Dr. Who and Muppets mashup.  Looks like Amy had the print available at San Diego Comic Con, and since it’s not… more
 

The Art Of Running

How do you turn people’s daily runs and a sporting goods company’s commercial desires into something sort of arty? Nike and interactive artist collective YesYesNo created this project using the… more

Soft In Da Paint

There was the late Bob Ross, the frizzy-haired, soft-spoken king of speed painting on PBS for many years. There’s a dubstep remix of Waka Flocka Flame’s “Hard in Da Paint.”… more

The New York Sky In Color Swatches

Some things are just cool whether they’re necessary or not. Like this, which has been around for about a month or two but just brought to our attention by our… more
 

Make Cool Stuff: Pixel Arts and Crafts

What was the first piece of fine art that left a lasting impression with you? For me, it was a painting I saw at the Saint Louis Art Museum, while… more

Super Mario Bros. iPad Cases!

Out of all the games in the world, my heart really belongs to the old Nintendo ones from the late ’80s and early ’90s. I grew up on Super Mario… more

SDCC Podcast Flyer Art

Our first show is SOLD OUT! Kevin Pereira is our first guest for the 11:00 show and more guests will be added soon! Tickets are being snatched up so… more
 

Buy A Limited-Run Archival Print Of Chris Hardwick’s Seattle Show Poster

An artist named Barry Blankenship designed an incredible poster for Chris’ recent Seattle show. That’s what you see here. It’s like a circuit-board Big Brother, if Big Brother was a… more

Road Game

Here’s a guy who’s planning to be shipped in a museum crate from Arkansas to Oregon, July 1st through 7th, while communicating solely through playing Lord of the Rings Online. … more

Make Cool Stuff: Yarn Bombs

Have you seen something like this around your neighborhood lately? Any trees or parking meters grow sweaters? Welcome to yarn bombing, the knitting and crochet version of graffiti. I saw… more
 

Available At Meltdown Comics: Beavis and Butt-head Cels. Huh Huh

Are you looking for a completely original present to make up for forgetting Mother’s Day again this year? Well, this might not be the best choice actually, but it’s still… more

The TARDIS Drops By The Comics Page

What’s going on there? Who are these people, and why are they invading the Doctor Who universe? There’s a tale involved, and a very, very good cause, too. The characters… more

Calling All Robots

Over at Threadless, one of the users, Demented (aka Mathijs Vissers) has put out a call for robots. He wants to collect 10,000 robots. Not real robots, mind you;… more
 

How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Mario Bros.

I was in the Internet once. Not really the Internet; more like a nondescript building in downtown LA that was a data center for a network of over 3000 servers… more

The Inglorious Broads of Sas Christian

There is a wonderful scene in “Kill Bill” where Yakuza boss Tanaka’s head is abruptly separated from his body and ends up in the hands of O-Ren Ishii as… more

Trexels

The last Star Trek poster you need.  How about 235 pixelated form Star Trek characters printed on 100% cotton rag museum-quality paper using an 8-colour archival printing process?  Trexels is… more