Interesting camera technique shows fireworks from a totally different point of view.
The incredibly intricate eraser stamps this artist crafts are the result of intense perseverance and die-hard passion!
The final result puts all other dog houses to shame due to sheer shopping ingenuity.
This cat’s hilariously well-timed, meow-filled responses are convincing the world he understands Japanese!
What looks like a fish, sits like a fish and fries like a fish? A piece of wood.
Just don’t eat them or you’ll be doing something else with those bricks.
When your manliness cannot be contained by boxers intended for mere mortals.
Apparently it’s possible to create something other than burned fingers when using hot glue.
When you want to help the Earth, but also need a living room conversation piece…
Take in the beach, sea, and sky for the perfect vacation. This is what dreams are made of.
Don’t worry your tiny hearts, we’ve got tiny foods for every mood!
This fan’s custom guitar job will have all the Dragon Quest fans rocking out.
Everyone says they’re just plastic, but they look so real!
Shunichi Matsuba, a self-proclaimed diorama artist, creates extraordinarily detailed miniature scenes of Japanese life past and present — often using models smaller than a fingertip.
These baroque-style wigs made entirely from paper are going to ba-low you away.
It took more time to design the plan than to actually construct the bridge.
If there’s one thing we know, it’s that Kingdom Hearts 3 is definitely, probably, hopefully coming out sometime in the future. It might be released in 2016 or 2017 or forever, but it is for sure coming…so they tell us. Like most fans of the series, we’ve replayed Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts 2 over and over again just to get ready for the big release. We’ve made Sora swing the Keyblade around enough times in the game that if given a real Keyblade, we’d probably be pretty amazing at using it.
Luckily for us, there are master weaponsmiths who showcase their talent on YouTube and just this week they uploaded their team making the “Oathkeeper” and it couldn’t be more perfect.
Japanese Minecraft player Mocchi Hajikura recreated the entire world of the Studio Ghibli film Castle in the Sky… taking an incredible four years in order to complete it. You can see his creation via some spectacular videos that he’s created, making it feel like you’re really there.
Hardcore fans of the film, prepare to cry blocky, 3-D tears of joy.