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What do an avid tabletop gamer, a gambler and a happy-go-lucky person have in common? They all have a love-hate relationship with probability. And that means there’s an 82.41% chance that they’ll love these Dice Rings.
Here’s a cool piece of jewelry for the graphic designer or creative person in your life. Each one of these nifty pendants features an individual Pantone color chip – an homage to print design that also makes a cool color accent piece.
Looking for a totally unique piece of jewelry? Well it doesn’t get more special than a piece you designed yourself. And thanks to an awesome app from the guys over at Nervous System, you can create your own earrings, necklaces and other art objects in a snap.
The Death Star is an evil place. Bad things happen there all the time. Whether it’s the extermination of an entire planet, or just the obliteration of its own crew, it’s not exactly a happy place to work.
Some Star Wars fans really go all-out, and this custom-designed R2-D2 engagement ring is no exception. This is no cheap Cracker Jack box trinket – oh, remember when the prizes weren’t all made out of paper?
If there’s one thing that I’ve lost a lot of over the years, it’s USB flash drives. From people just taking them, to just losing them because of their diminutive size, USB drives need to be replaced at rapid rate.
I always wonder what became of paddle controllers. You know, like the ones that you used to play the Atari 2600 with back in the day. There are certain types of games – especially paddle ball and driving games – that lend themselves well to the single-axis analog control these primitive input devices provided.
My love for on-screen cats began when I discovered the Neko cat screenmate almost a decade and a half ago. I know they’re not the same cat, but when I saw this Nyan cat necklace, I was immediately reminded of Neko.
I love how terrariums manage to capture an entire little world – or at least its essence – in such a tiny amount of space. Paris-based artist HoKiou managed to make me love them just a little bit more by turning them into jewelry.
This is deviantART user dragonlorefury’s engagement ring. As you may have guessed, she’s an avid role-playing gamer. What you might have not guessed is that the ring was made by her father, who is a jeweler.