Pixelated Sculptures of Everyday Objects by Toshiya Masuda

Japanese artist, Toshiya Masuda, spends his days creating pixelated sculptures of everyday objects such as fire extinguishers, bottles of Möet, fried eggs and an assortment of sights you see on a day-to-day basis.

Although they look like they’re constructed from lego, the sculptures are actually ceramic. Reminiscent of early-to-mid ’90s video games like DOOM or Wolfenstein 3D, they look like they’ve stumbled in from another dimension and staring at them too long kind of makes your eyes hurt. #Love it!

Matt the Radar Technician - One Shot

This one-shot is probably total crap cause I was laughing about ‘Matt’ the entire time.  I’m sorry guys.

Originally posted by mmlaketchum

Your name: submit What is this?

The upbeat mood in the employee common area quieted as the new worker introduced himself.  Your eyebrows were raised as you nudged your friend with your elbow.

“What did he say his name was?”

“Matt, he’s the new radar technician, “he responded, continuing to munch on his lunch.  

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In regards to what's under Ford's sweater
  • Ford (in disguise):So... A buddy of mine saw Stanford Pines take his sweater off in the shower. He told me that Stanford had an eight pack. That Standford is shredded.
  • Stan:What? Man, your friend's a liar. Ford is a punk bitch. That guys weighs 30 pounds soaking wet under that sweater.

I’m always a slut for awful character design

I think I’ve stared at him enough since the SNL skit that he doesn’t even look weird anymore, istg, I’m in too deep