One of my favorite things about Persona 4 is that the characters wore ordinary clothes, even when they became supernatural investigators. They even changed outfits from time to time! And now we can rock some of their wardrobe, thanks to Insert Coin Clothing’s officially licensed collection.
The collection consists of 8 clothes and Chie’s pins, which look poorly made so I didn’t bother including them here.
CharlieMcN33l has two great loves in his life: Star Wars and his Harley. He has even customized special Star Wars helmets for himself. So naturally when he started using his X-Wing pilot helmet, he need a matching flight jacket to go with it.
Charlie usually wears a Carhartt Duck Detroit or a MA-1 Bomber when he rides, so he incorporated these into the new jacket, which is 60% X-Wing flight jacket, 30% Carhartt jacket, and 10% MA-1 Bomber jacket.
As handy as zippers are 99% of the time, those occasional times when the zipper gets stuck are a real pain in the butt. Well, you won’t have to worry about getting stuck in your sleeping bag with the NOZIPP.
I used to think that scarves were just for the cold months, but some people wear them year round, with summer scarves just made from a thinner material. Such is the case with this Game of Thrones Map Print Infinity Scarf.
So you need to wear a tie to the office but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still party like it’s 1999. This LED Animated Neck Tie will let you party whenever the mood strikes you, even if you’re collating documents or filing TPS reports.
You will be like the office Superman.
Need to carry your old NES cartridges in style? What better way than this awesome Nintendo Entertainment System Backpack? It looks just like the console that you grew up with. All of the details are perfect and it even has dimensional texture on the outside.
Its custom zipper pulls look like tiny controllers, and if that isn’t enough, it has Start and Reset buttons and controller ports too.
I truly enjoy the Borderlands franchise. The cartoonish graphics are cool and the games are lots of fun to play. If you are a fan of Nisha the Sheriff in Borderlands 2, here is your chance for some sexy and easy cosplay.
These leggings look like the game’s cel-shaded animation in pink and purple hues.
Costume maker Kevin Weir of KW Designs has unveiled his latest Star Wars-inspired armor. Called the Fem7, the armor is designed for the female body, and its details will help you stand out among your fellow stormtrooper cosplayers.
Fem7 is sold as a raw kit, meaning you’ll need to cut, paint and assemble it.
So you just bought yourself a slice of pepperoni and you get an urgent text message. You need both hands to reply to the call, but you don’t want to put the whole slice of pizza in your mouth – especially with all that searing hot mozzarella.
The first wave of virtual reality headsets are prohibitively expensive. But thanks to companies like Curiscope, we can experience the resurgent technology on the cheap. The company has created a t-shirt called Virtuali-Tee that projects a 3D model of the bones and organs inside the human torso.
The Virtuali-Tee is printed with a special graphic where the accompanying app projects the 3D model.
Etsy seller James Sharp of Masenko Props is our world’s Happy Mask Salesman. He’s made life-size replicas of Majora’s Mask, the Deku Mask and the Goron Mask from Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Mask mask mask.
Even though they’re all made from cast polyurethane resin, James’ Fierce Deity painting skills make all three masks look like they’re made of wood, stone and whatever the hell Majora’s Mask is made of.
Turn back time and head to Etsy to order the masks.
In the past couple of years we’ve seen the rise of large digital picture frames, which try to justify their exorbitant prices with a gallery of curated images. A company called Pins Collective is doing the same thing from the opposite end of the spectrum with its wearable backlit LCD display.
The Digital Pin’s LCD measures 1.3″
It’s easy to find NFC or RFID rings these days. Adafruit sells them, but the electronics shop knows that it caters mainly to makers, so it came up with a guide for a customizable 3D printed ring.
The ring gets is power from Adafruit’s micro NFC transponder.
San Francisco-based costume designer Mikaela Holmes created this amazing Millennium Falcon purse which does the Kessel run in record parsecs and will also carry all of your accessories. It is the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy or on your hip.
The super-detailed leather purse is lined with fabric printed with Millennium Falcon blueprints, it has metal grommets for the engine vent holes, and even has LEDs for the ship’s hyperdrive engine lights.