They mention twerking, but there’s actually no twerking going on here. sad.
I’m always astounded by how talented people can be with these relatively simple model kits. View the building process and some more flattering shots on Flickr
Not entirely sure how he built this, I seem to remember someone mentioning it might have been Bridge Commander? Regardless of the toolbox, this is an impressive feat of engineering!
Star Trek: The Next Generation uniform robes
Choose Red/Command/Captain, Blue/Science/Commander, or Gold/Operations/Lieutenant Commander
With embroidered communicator badge & rank pips
Apparently Star Trek is really into the sleepwear uniforms.
Class up that tux with the help of Star Trek!
The Klingon logo looks great on your suit
Flaunt your fandom!
Class up that tuxedo with the help of Star Trek and these excellent Star Trek Klingon Logo Cufflinks! Mr. Worf would be sure to wear these, and if they’re good enough for the most famous Klingon ever, then they’re good enough for you. The Klingon logo would look great on your suit! You can really flaunt your fandom when you wear these excellent Star Trek Klingon Logo Cufflinks. Measures about 1-inch tall.
Should update this to be Candy Crush!
Over at Bernd Schneider’s Star Trek site, you can find illustrations of 37 different bridges, plus another nine shuttle cockpits.
Not to get too nerdy about it, but some of the ‘shuttlecraft’ on that site are actually runabouts