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Some villains have surprisingly good manners. If you thought the Daleks weren’t polite enough to leave “While you were out” messages behind for those they intended to EXTERMINATE, you were quite mistaken.
Even the Imperial forces enjoy a day at the amusement park when the Empire allows it. Star Wars fan and LEGO builder Handoko Setyawan (previously featured here) modified and repainted a 10196 LEGO Creator Carousel and then added a bunch of Star Wars LEGO Micro Fighters to create this geektastic Imperial Carousel. Show More Summary
By now everyone knows that Xenomorphs are relentless endoparasitoid predators with corrosive acid blood. But not many people know that a select few are instead outstanding pets and expert cuddlers. Russian designer Catherine Abanina creates these awesome Plush Alien Xenomorphs. Show More Summary
There’s no need to be grumpy. Remember Obama’s Anger Translator? Let this awesome little kitten, unquestioned ruler of the watermelon patch, do all your grumping for you. Photos via kotyakotovsky. [via Bored Panda]
Cats are awesome. These Space Cats created by artist Bronwyn Schuster are super awesome. One might even say they’re out of this world! Yep, we said it. Prints of the Space Cats are available via Schuster’s Inprnt store. Follow Bronwyn Schuster on Instagram to check out more of her artwork. sosuperawesome Space Cats by Bronwyn Schuster on inprnt More posts like this
Last month we shared footage of the great big squirming chrysalis of the Hercules beetle (Dynastes hercules) belonging to Hirofumi Kawano. It looked like some sort of handheld alien technology Kawano had discovered on Earth. Now, thanks...Show More Summary
Gemma Correll created this insightful illustration of the difference between an active and inactive volcano.
Kohaku the smiling Leopard Gecko and his little toy gecko friend are here to distract you from the fact that it’s Monday. Follow Kohaku on Instagram for so many photos of this kawaii reptile, you’ll be grinning for days. [via Bored Panda]
archiemcphee: We love these wonderful vintage postcards that’ve been beautifully illustrated with portraits of characters from Twin Peaks, still one of our all-time favorite TV shows. They’re from a series called Lost in the Post: Twin Peaks created by Paul Willoughby, London-based illustrator, artist and creative director of Human After All. Show More Summary
archiemcphee: San Francisco-based illustrator Emma Munger created this awesome series of illustrations depicting the male characters from Twin Peaks in classic pin-up poses in the style of American tattoo artist Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins. Show More Summary
archiemcphee: “Those Tarot Cards you like are going to come back in style.” These super awesome Twin Peaks-themed tarot cards are the creation of Benjamin Mackey, Arizona-based artist and co-creator of the ongoing SAINTS comic book series. Show More Summary
No brunch today. Today calls for breakfast served with a cup of coffee that’s “black as midnight on a moonless night.” Tonight marks the long-awaited return of Twin Peaks so we’re cooking according to this Twin Peaks-themed Breakfast episode of Binging With Babish. Show More Summary
Sarah Andersen reminds us that cats have our undying love and devotion no matter what they do. [h/t Geeks are Sexy]
Nothing says “Happy Caturday!” like a video of happy kittens playing in a big pile of torn up paper. It’s especially true because this video is set to “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” by the Eurythmics and we all know that the sweetest dreams are full of happy kittens: [via Incredible Things]
falseknees: Namaste Cats, they aren’t just yoga masters. They’re smug yoga masters.
A post shared by Neil deGrasse Tyson Fan Page (@neil.degrasse) on May 19, 2017 at 7:33am PDT Today we’re celebrating Caturday with one of our heroes, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who just revealed something awesome about our planet: “This just in. The earth isn’t a pear, it isn’t an orb, it isn’t a disk enclosed by a big wall. It’s a cat.”
Because sometimes what you need most is a very mossy, very happy pig. Mossy Pig photo taken in Indonesia by Alexander Ross.
Lunar Baboon knows just how awesome nerds are. Super awesome! [via Geeks are Sexy]
Emily Seilhamer just joined the ranks of the Department of Extraordinary Upcycling by designing and making a dress using 10,000 Starburst candy wrappers. Along with help from friends and family, Seilhamer spent 4 years gathering enough wrapper to complete her project. Show More Summary
The Department of Outstanding Origami just discovered the most geektastic origami they’ve seen yet. Redditor Decapod73 designed and folded some of origami sculptures of the Heptapods, the enigmatic aliens from the awesome 2016 science fiction movie Arrival. Show More Summary