I’m not a fan of knick-knacks. They crowd everything and collect dust. I’m more a minimalist sort of guy. Give me simple lines and less stuff and I am happy. Still, I’d make an exception for this sweet U.S.S.
These are the voyages of the USS Gingerprise. It’s on a five year mission of deliciousness.Or at least it was, until it crash landed in the snow.
This delicious starship was made by Redditor ejustice and modeled after the scene in Star Trek Generations.
The Smithsonian has spent about two years completely restoring the original USS Enterprise model that was used in all 79 episodes of Star Trek the original series. It’s hard to imagine spending two years working on a single model.
Right now, it seems like everything is about Star Wars, but let’s not forget about that other awesome classic sci-fi franchise, Star Trek. 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the series, and to celebrate, Spin Master has unveiled a quadcopter version of the USS Enterprise and it looks amazing.
Fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation and later Trek productions know that computer graphics were used extensively, meaning there generally aren’t models of the Enterprise from Picard’s reign on. In the original series, the Enterprise was an 11-foot long model that had lights inside.
Super-Fan Builds has done again. They truly make geek dreams come true. How would you like to have this Star Trek Enterprise desk and chair in your home or office? I would never get any work done, because I would be too busy zipping around, pretending I’m going to warp speed.
Check out the image here, no the USS Enterprise hasn’t landed to take in a soccer match. What you are seeing in the Google satellite image is the headquarters for a Chinese software firm called NetDragon.
Forget Frisbee. That is so last century. What you need in a flying disc is a starship. Like the U.S.S. Enterprise. That’s totally doable right? Hell yes. ThinkGeek has this Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Flying Disc that is totally aerodynamic despite the Enterprise body and those nacelles being attached to the saucer section.
Holy Spock! Check out these awesome starship Enterprise necklaces. I’m not a necklace wearing guy, but I want one of these. They just look so cool. Who knew that Star Trek ships looked so good with sparkly things on them?
Bed, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise quilt. Its five-year mission: to keep you warm and toasty, to sleep out long nights and new hibernations; to boldly go where no man has cuddled up before.
Are you looking to geek up your barware? These Star Trek Enterprise glasses are classy and elegant, whether you are serving Romulan ale, Saurian brandy, scotch, beer or soda. They actually look like set pieces that might have appeared in the original Trek movies.
Worf: Captain. There is an anomaly dead ahead. Too late! We have entered a galaxy far, far away. So far away I’m not getting any accurate readings. Oh, and we are also now in a time period that the computer will only say is a “long time ago”.