If you have ever lived in a tiny apartment, you know that space is at a premium. Finding way to fit stuff in is always a challenge, but this chest somehow manages to convert Transformers style into a table and a pair of chairs while looking chic and sophisticated.
There are Transformers fans who build Autobots and Decepticons out of scrap metal and then are fans like this Chinese guy who have the skills to build their own transformer that actually goes from vehicle to robot mode. Michael Bay and his CGI artists can't touch this.
If you grew up in the 1980s, here's a cute video shows every toy you ever dreamed of owning in just two minutes.
There's no better way to celebrate an occasion than with cake. Birthdays, anniversaries, resignations, graduations — you name it and there's cake. How do you celebrate Michael Bay's new Transformers: Dark of Moon movie? With a 2,000-pound cake shaped like a Chevy Camaro with Bumblebee peeking out!
What's 19-foot tall, looks like it'll terrorize your neighborhood and completely Shia LaBeouf-free? This Optimus Prime Transformer made recycled car and truck parts. The smaller 8-foot tall Bumblebee isn't too shabby, either.
Did you think that guy in China who built the super detailed 5-ton steel Megatron was done with Transformers? Think again, this time he's gone and built himself an entire army of Autobots and Decepticons.
Apparently, a guy in Huizhou, China decided to build an incredibly detailed 5-ton steel model of Megatron in tank mode from Transformers 2. And, well, that's just what he did.
Excited about the third Transformers movie coming this summer in 3D? No? Well, maybe you will be once you see these ridiculous Transformers 3D glasses/helmets. Still no? Well, I tried.
When I think of parties with an ice sculpture centerpiece, it's usually some genteel affair with finger sandwiches and a string quartet providing the music. That's why it's such a surprise to see the massively impressive ice sculpture of Optimus Prime, rising to a towering 26 feet.
You know, I wish bicycles transformed into more things. Sure, they're handy enough getting you where you need to go, but designer Natacha Lesty's "Bike or Bag" morphs into a shopping cart, making it useful throughout your trip.