Just when you thought LEGO sets couldn’t get an larger, the Titanic, literally, comes along. The 10294 set is comprised of 9,090-pieces and captures the grandeur of the ship, right down to the stunning exterior, along with various interior rooms, including the First-Class grand staircase that spans six decks.
Gamer and engineer Graham Watson has been fascinated with loot boxes, and what better way than to build a robot modeled after the one found in Apex Legends? That’s exactly what he did, and Loot Tick was the result. This 2.5-foot-tall loot box not only walks, but even has LED lights to mimic the opening animation.
Wendy’s Canada has just announced The Wendy’s Phone, a limited edition device that comes with a revolutionary digital assistant to answer all your hunger-related questions: Wendy herself. Unfortunately, only 20 of these exclusive mobile devices will be made and must be won via a Twitter contest.
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You read that right, fans of Disney’s Winnie the Pooh can step into the real Hundred Acre Wood to celebrate the 95th anniversary. In addition to the treehouse stay, guests will be taken on a guided tour through the original Hundred Acre Wood, play Poohsticks on the iconic Poohsticks Bridge and enjoy locally sourced meals.
British designer Mark Berryman typically works on yachts, but his latest project takes to the skies, literally. This luxury private jet interior not only has a zen-like bedroom, complete with floor accent lighting, but just about everything you’d expect from a penthouse suite.