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I Do Want These Nerd Culture Rings

by Lambert Varias
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Chris Myles has been wowing us for quite some time now with his Portal-related props and toys. If you’re a fan of his work, now’s your chance to literally pay him back – and get cool stuff in return – by copping his custom made 3D-printed rings. Myles currently has Daft Punk-themed rings, Assassin’s Creed-themed rings and of course a set of Portal-themed rings.

nerd culture rings by chris myles

As you’ll see in the video below, some of the rings have multiple parts, either detachable or movable, like the GLaDOS ring or the Assassin’s Creed ring with a hidden dagger print.

Before you get too excited, know that Myles pulled off a Warhammer move here – the actual rings are unpainted, so how good (or bad) it ends up is still up to you.

You can order the rings at Myles’ Shapeways store. He either has a precise calculation for the value of his products or he pulled the numbers out of a hat because they all have odd prices, from $4.92 to $16.58 (USD).

[via Rampaged Reality via Gamefreaks]

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