Hasbro’s Lite-Brite is one of those brilliantly simple toys that has stood the test of time. It doesn’t need an upgrade—at least that’s what we thought until we saw this giant Everbright board that replaces those colored plastic pegs with dials that can reproduce any color you can imagine.
Most 9/11 tributes don't involve a toy you last played with as a kid, but artist Rob Surette wanted to stand out from the crowd. Enter the Lite-Brite pegs, and a canvas measuring 20 x 10 feet and weighing 1,750lbs.
For anyone whose first adventure in artistic expression was plugging tiny colored bulbs into a Lite Brite board, this amazing video will make the kid in you squeal. And the adult in you amaze at how much work it took.
If you're going to make a one-third scale replica of a 15th-century tapestry out of 55,000 Lite Brite pegs and 36 pegboards, you'd better dadgum well pick the 15th-century tapestry with a unicorn and a pink lion.
Boinkology—the sorta NSFW brainchild of our own videographer, Richard Blakeley—is running a contest judging the artistic merits of the artiest of art forms: Lite Brite boobs. To craft the human form in such an imprecise but bold medium requires genuine talent. After the jump are some of our more NSFW picks—to the…