The Millennium Falcon is the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy, so really, it should have a paint job that matches it’s speed. If Han Solo ever decided to start racing the old girl, he would need to make it look like a race car.
Since you were a kid you have wanted nothing more than to sit in front of the controls and be in the Millennium Falcon cockpit. Admit it. Well, now you have no excuse. Build this Millennium Falcon Playhouse for your kid today.
Use the oils, Luke. Made with the help of Kotobukiya Japan, Library Design’s Bibliotheque Blanc Star Wars Aroma Ornaments traveled from far, far away to freshen up your room.
These are passive aroma diffusers made of ceramic.
A group of Singaporean LEGO enthusiasts called Titan Creations built this awesome minifig-scale model of the Millenium Falcon with its interior exposed. The group built it for Legoland Malaysia’s Star Wars Day event.
The model measures 110cm x 85cm (approx.
A few months ago, we checked out Redditor Olivier-FR’s Millenium Falcon and TIE Interceptor quadcopters. Since then’s he’s made a few more Star Wars-themed skins for his quadcopters, including an Imperial Star Destroyer, a Snowspeeder and now a bigger version of the Millenium Falcon.
Starship Modeler reader Bernard Szukiel spent a total of four years perfecting the details on his 38″ Millenium Falcon scale model, and the result speaks for itself.
The entire ship is made of paper, except for the optical fiber and LEDs that light up the cockpit and gunner’s station.
I want to fly this radio-controlled Millennium Falcon so bad. Look at that badass bright afterburner. The aircraft was made by redittor Olivier-FR and it may not look like much, but it’s got it where it counts.
Smuggle yummy pastries into your belly with the officially-licensed Millenium Falcon cake pan. The silicone mold measures 10¾” x 14″ x 2¼, so there’ll be enough for you and your co-pilot.
Amazon priced it at $60 (USD), though it’s out of stock there as of this writing.
This Millennium Falcon pie may be crusty, but she’s got it where it counts. This ship looks pretty tasty with its golden brown hull. If you want to make one for yourself, just follow the instructions at Sweet & Geek.
This Millennium Falcon rug may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts. This is the ship that did the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. Now it will sit on your floor, making your living room look like a hanger bay.
If Han Solo thinks that the Millenium Falcon doesn’t look like much, I wonder what he’ll say when he sees Flickr user markus19840420‘s LEGO steampunk take on his beloved spacecraft. Markus19840420 made the ship as his entry to FBTB’s Steam Wars Returns contest.
You’ve never heard of the Millennium Falcon? It’s the car that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. I had to stop for gas like five times though. The choice of vehicle for this amazing customization is actually appropriate when you stop to think that Star Wars takes place a long time ago.
How do you feel after completing a large LEGO project? Probably very proud. You feel great. It took some time and dedication, but you did it! You can do anything. It must feel awesome to complete the LEGO Millennium Falcon, which is made up of over 1,200 pieces.
As cool as this Star Wars centerpiece is, I have to be honest. The texture of that chocolate looks a bit off-putting. At first I thought that the Falcon was trapped in an Imperial turd trap of some kind.
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”.