After years of roaming the desert, the Jawas want a more lush climate. Your front yard should do just fine. But if your neighbors have droid lawn ornaments, they will turn up missing, only to be sold in your yard at bargain basement prices.
If you are insecure with your manhood, you probably shouldn’t purchase the Laowa 24mm f/14 Relay 2x Macro lens. After all, it looks like a rearly long penis. I mean it truly is the most phallic of all photography products ever made.
Check out this crazy picture of somebody’s massive dice collection. While it’s very cool, it’s missing a few to complete the image. I mean what sort of sicko would post up a picture that has six-sided dice around all sides except for the top top?
Do you have a drought of Irish pubs in your area? Now you can erect one anywhere just by blowing it up. The PaddyWagon is an Irish pub that can be inflated and set up in minutes, creating an impromptu Irish pub anywhere.
The full-size pub has room for 80 guests, food service and a full bar which the company supplies upon request.
You no longer need to be on the high seas to get a barnacle attached to your hull, matey! That’s because the Barnacle is a new alternative to tire boots for parking enforcement. Instead of attaching to your wheel, this thing attaches to your windshield.
The Barnacle attaches to any windshield using two powerful suction cups, then locks in place.
At first glance, the Wazoo Cache Belt looks like an ordinary belt, but it is anything but. It is a utility belt that Batman himself would be envious of. It hides a bunch of survival tools right inside the band, making it perfect for emergency situations.
It holds more than two dozen survival tools on both the buckle and within the band.
Normally, when I want to relax and block out the sounds of the world, I turn on the White Noise app on my iPhone, and crank it up. But if you want something a little different to help you unwind, check this out.
Designed by Kouichi Okamoto for Kyouei Design, this unique vinyl record is designed to play the sound of rain in a never-ending loop.
It’s hard to believe, but there are people out there who don’t want to kill nature’s tiny little nightmares. They would rather just release them back into the wild. For those people. there’s the bug vacuum.
If you feel bad about killing a creepy crawly, the Bug Vacuum will let you suck it up so you can spare the critter’s life.
This sweater looks to me like something straight out of the ’80s, with teal, purple, and black colors that always remind me of Miami Vice. The AT-AT is white and walking along in what we assume is a winter wonder land of Hoth.
The sweater is made from acrylic, so it probably itches like crazy.
Every so often we come across something truly horrifying, like this series of illustrations from the twisted mind of artist Disse86. Seriously, we’re talking twisted like a pretzel. No, twisted like a factory full of pretzels all tangled together.
If you are shopping for the coming apocalypse, we found some awesome headgear for you. Now all you need are some guns, canned food, and survival tools. You are going to look badass wearing this bulletproof headwear for sure.
Devtac’s Ronin Ballistic Mask is perfect for a Mad Max kind of environment.
Snap Inc., the company now formerly known as Snapchat, has introduced a unique pair of shades. Spectacles are a line of sunglasses that use an integrated camera to upload proprietary circular photos and videos to Snap Memories.
I love a good game of Monopoly. I’ve always thought the design of the board, its pieces, and currency were timeless and iconic. But I’ve never seen a Monopoly set this awesome looking.
This very special limited version of the classic board game from made in collaboration with Nakagawa Masamichi Shoten features design elements inspired by Japanese arts & crafts.
Back in the day, boomboxes were all the rage, busting out golden age hip-hop while breakdancers popped, locked, and windmilled the their big beats. The problem with carrying around a real boombox was that they were really heavy to lug around.
I have very vivid memories of schlepping around the local Target store back in the ’80s and coming across the Nintendo Entertainment System display with the robot that moved the spinning thingies around to open doors in some lame ass game on the screen.