We have seen enough decorating items over the last few months for Game of Thrones fans that you can deck out your entire home in regalia from your favorite show. Not too long ago I talked a bit about a Game of Thrones fleece blanket.
My grandmother used to do a lot of crochet when I was growing up. She was always making me some sort of socks or a blanket. I hated those blankets. Not only did they have tons of holes to let cold air in, they were itchy as well.
LEGO enthusiast Steve Price shows what could happen if the girls of the LEGO Friends set got their hands on the Galactic Empire’s Death Star. In Steve’s The Friends Star, the Heartlake City kids gave the Star Wars space station a bright and pastel-colored makeover, then they invited their buddies for what has to be the largest children’s party in the galaxy.
The Labyrinth Table is a-maze-ing. No, really. It is a wooden coffee table created by artist and furniture maker Benjamin Nordsmark that features an elaborate labyrinth under the glass table top. Think of it as an interactive coffee table.
There are many ways to celebrate your favorite outer space saga. Some people collect action figures and statues, others play the theme song on flaming bagpipes while balancing on a BB-8 droid. He also is wearing a BB-8 hat.
Earlier this year we checked out a pair of 3D printers modified to scan, replicate and then destroy an object. The idea is to preserve a product’s rarity – and thus its value – in the age of 3D printing.
Growing up, if a movie had Arnold Schwarzenegger in it I went to see it at the theater – assuming mom would get me into a R-rated flick. If not, I just wanted for it to come out on video and watched it on the VCR.
I took my son to see Avengers: Age of Ultron over the weekend, it was pretty good. I think the first Avengers movie was much better, but I liked Ultron. If you are a fan and feel the need for some more collectibles, check out these plush toys based on the franchise.
The helpful and environment-friendly folks at iFixit participated in Star Wars Day by creating a teardown guide for the lightsaber. The replica they used was made by Brad Lewis, but iFixit approached the teardown as if the lightsaber – in this case Obi Wan’s weapon – was an actual device.
There are plenty of Firefly collectibles out there, such as the plush Serenity ship we talked about a few months back, and the awesome Firefly playing cards which just broke cover. ThinkGeek has something new that Firefly fans will love.
When there’s something strange in your neighborhood, don’t call the Ghostbusters. Instead, just try to relax and have some cookies instead. Just be sure to make them using these awesome Ghostbusters cookie cutters from Etsy seller StarCookies.
This Super Mario Chain Chomp Cat Bed may just be the greatest cat bed ever. Sadly, you can’t own it, since it has been sold for $1,100(USD). Your cat will have to find another way to live out his or her Super Mario fantasies.
How’d you like to set up your very own Apple Genius Bar, so you can act all superior when your friends come over? Well if you’ve got six grand kicking around, you can own an authentic original Apple Genius Bar sign.
This sweet wearable Ultron mask was made through the combined efforts of Jacob Morin, Michael Ruddy of Hero Complex, and Sean Shaw of Shawshank Cosplay and Props. Jacob made the 3D model, Michael printed the helmet and Sean made the final mask based on the 3D printed one.
If you are the sort that can never decide what to make for dinner, this is the dice set for you. With the Foodie Dice Tumbler, you can leave what you eat for your next meal up to the fate of wooden dice.
Nintendo DS and 3DS gamers, carry your quest items in PowerA’s officially licensed The Legend of Zelda Adventurer’s Pouch Kit. The faux leather bag fits *deep breath* the Nintendo DS, DS XL, 3DS, 3DS XL, New 3DS and New 3DSXL.