We have seen some awesome Fallout 4 cosplay in the past with that dude that dressed up like Nick Valentine with such accuracy that it looked like a rendering from the game. Another Fallout 4 cosplayer has hit the nail right on the head with this Hancock cosplay.
In the game, Hancock is a dude, but this is actually woman named Emma Campbell from PCND/fx studio.
You can never have too many tools on you. But since we don’t have unlimited pockets, we can’t carry them all. Plus tools are heavy. That’s why multi-tools are so awesome. They let you carry an assortment of tools in a small space.
If you are behind on Game of Thrones, it’s really your own fault for reading this if it spoils something for you. We all know that Arya decided to do her own thing and stole a face from the hall of faces.
Last year, Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) team unveiled Project Jacquard, which aims to make interactive clothing using conductive yarn and miniature electronics. At this year’s Google I/O developer conference, the company announced that it’s working with Levi’s to release the first consumer product based on Project Jacquard.
The Commuter Jacquard Trucker Jacket – actually it’s “Levi’s® Commuter™ x Jacquard by Google Trucker Jacket”, but try asking for that at a store – has a touch-sensitive cuff partially made of the aforementioned conductive yarn.
If you love the 1986 movie Labyrinth and need something to keep your feet warm, these cozy plush slippers should be perfect. They are based on that cute little worm from the movie. You know, the one that says “‘Ello” in the maze.
As far as worms go, this little guy is adorable.
Geeks like themed sheets. I had all the Star Wars sheets back in the day. Just because you have grown up doesn’t mean your bedding has to. If you are a Whovian, why not turn your bed into a TARDIS?
The police box comforter set includes two pillow sham thingies, and is offered in twin, full, queen, and king sizes costing $49.99
Are you tired of using Ziploc bags and tackle boxes to organize your board games? Check out KeepGear’s upcoming Gamefolio System, which includes a carrying case filled with pockets for tokens, dice, cards and a board.
The Gamefolio Case is padded and water-resistant.
Clothing brand Dope and hat store Hat Club celebrate the release of the DOOM reboot with this snapback cap, featuring the brand’s name screenprinted in the style of the game’s original logo.
You can get the cap from Hat Club for $36 (USD).
Traveling to a foreign country is amazing, but if you don’t know the language, it can be problematic. That’s why this Icon Speak T-Shirt is so brilliant. It’s hard to learn another language and aside from that, many are too lazy to try.
Feudal Japan would have been way different if samurais ran around wearing hoodies. Sure, swords would just go through them like a knife through butter, but they would have looked damn good. Modern samurais however, can wear these cool hoodies and stay safe… or at least warm.
These hoodies are designed to look like the kozane armor that samurais wore way back in the day.
OppoSuits makes suits with loud and themed patterns. One of their newest products is an officially licensed Pac-Man suit, which is printed all over with the stage, pellets, ghosts and the yellow man himself.
The modern cut is a pleasant surprise, although obviously a slim-fitting suit is not for everyone.
Etsy shop Oki007 sells necklaces with geeky pendants, such as Master Chief, Big Daddy and a Fallout Power Armor. But perhaps the shop’s most eye-catching pendant is this one based on the Protoss’ fundamental structure.
The pendant’s crystal is made of resin, while the ring around it as well as the chain are made of gold-coated brass.
Your life requires additional pylon.
We’ve seen a couple of fan-made wearable Pip-Boy replicas with useful functions. Will Sweatman wanted to make the most advanced Pip-Boy 3000 yet, and he believes he’s succeeded. In exchange for some sizable junk in its trunk, his replica is a Swiss army knife for explorers.
Inside the Pip-Boy 3000 Mk.II’s