LEGO Mindstorm T-Shirt Folding Machine

The nerd level of both of these videos are pretty intense. So, proceed and watch with caution.

Despite both of these T-Shirt “folding machines” not being the most parsimonious way of folding a T-Shirt, you’ve got to admit that the creation of a such a device is pretty damn cool. Especially when you consider that they were built with LEGO pieces. Now would I ever get around to making such a thing? Probably not.

By the way, someone should inform Sheldon Cooper about this device. Something tells me that he would dig it.

And for you strange people who swear that K’NEX is superior to LEGO, I’ve got a video for you too:

This is How You Lego A Theadless T-Shirt

On a scale of 0 to 100, with o being radless to 100 being amazingly rad, this Threadless T-Shirt to Lego build conversion by Alex Eylar scores an astounding 100 on my radness scale. Alex took the recently released, Tetris themed T-Shirt, and “rebuilt” it using some oversized Lego’s. Alex originally posted the photo over on his Flickr page.

Threadless Tetris T-Shirt in Legos

And here is the original Threadless T-Shirt, Let The Game Continue by Eduardo San Gil. Interstingly, the shirt which was just released last week Monday is no longer found in the Threadless catalog. And trying to access the direct link to the T-Shirt leads you right back to the Threadless catalog. Was the T-Shirt taken down because Nintendo complained? I wonder.

Let The Game Continue

Fur Face Boy 15% off Retirement Sale

Fur Face Boy is getting ready to release some new T-Shirts and that means you can score some some sweet deals on their Series 1 tees. The tees are normally priced at $32 but they have been marked down to $19.99 but you can save even more by using the code “1STFFB” at checkout – you’ll save an extra 15% off your entire order. Sweet deals especially if you like T-Shirts that have a lot of hair!

Fur Face Boy

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New Fuzzy Ink Tee: Identity Crisis

I’m not sure how long Fuzzy Ink has had this tee available for pre-sale, but I have to admit that it’s a brilliant one! As always, the Fuzzy Ink team sticks with the mustache theme, I don’t think that will be changing anytime soon. The new tee, Identity Crises, was designed by Josh Stomberg, who is also known in creative circles as Sitting Duck. The tee can be purchased now at the pre-sale price of $15.99 ($2 cheaper than regular prices) and are expected to ship out by February 9. Also remember that Fuzzy Ink is a part of the Attack of the Coupons promotion here and as such YOU can get an additional 10% off with the coupon code “Hawaii”. And if you’re wondering, yes, I do live in Hawaii!

Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis