Dinosaurs all over your cookies. Robots all over your pie crust. Sound good? That could be your new reality thanks to these awesome rolling pins. Just ask your mom or wife to make treats with it, because you suck at baking cookies.
For just £395 (~$670 USD) you can get yourself this amazing life-size laser rifle from Fallout 3. You might recognize it as the Wazer Wifle, which is a unique version of the AER9 laser rifle. It was made with wood and fiberglass by Thomas Hughes.
I figured that Borg eye patches are what you get when the Borg assimilate pirates. Nope. Atomic Girl made this cool Borg inspired accessory from resin and you know it’s going to be the latest fashion craze.
Nobody serves booze up at a party like a droid. That’s why Jabba had so many of them. The man knows how to party. Now you can get your very own life size fiberglass R2-D2 statue, with light up eye from Etsy seller Starbays.
If Darth Vader is your homie, check out these cool coasters. Vader would approve. He hates to get stains on his furniture. He also likes to wear a gold chain with a huge blinged out Death Star as a pendant, so he would love these coasters.
Etsy shop Geekify Inc. offers the proper start to start a Protoss toy collection: a pylon figurine. This cute copyright-infringing replica of the warrior race’s most important structure is handmade from resin and brass.
Place a proxy browser near Etsy and warp in $59 (USD) to get a pylon figurine.
I bet you never thought that you could wear a sound on your neck. This necklace has one of the most well-known sound waves in sci-fi history. The sound of the TARDIS has been captured in a cool visual and now you can get it in either laser-etched acrylic or wood as a necklace.
I don’t know much about Pokémon, but I know that Snorlax likes to sleep. I mean, really likes to sleep. You really can’t keep this guy awake. All I know is that big guys like him get sleepy after a meal.
I’ve already seen several coffee tables that look like a giant NES controller, but this is the first time I’ve seen one modeled after an SNES controller. Perhaps it’s that the Super Nintendo’s controller isn’t as iconic, but it still makes for a pretty awesome conversation piece.
Just because you have to wear a suit and tie, that doesn’t mean you can’t show your love for gaming and add some geekiness to your attire. These High Roller ties from Etsy seller Binary Winter Press look really sharp and fun.
Not too long ago we saw some carved crayons that looked like Doctor Who’s sonic screwdriver. As cool as those were, they were no match for these new carved crayons from artist Hoang Tran from Wax Nostalgic.