It can get pretty tiring being a Sith Lord, and after a long day of evil-doing on the Dark Side of the Force, sometimes you just need a break. That’s why I found this series of photos, entitled Dark Holiday, by Nick Presniakov so funny.
I came across these interesting photos by Homer Liwag, who mixes Star Wars and NSFW-ness. Check out on what exactly these droids are rolling on! I love how you have to stare at the photos a few times before you are sure that you’re looking at droids rolling on naked bodies.
It’s not always easy to get kids to flash a smile or pay attention to the camera, especially when you’re all huddled together flashing wacky faces or flaunting formal poses waiting for the flash to go off.
A couple of weeks back, we told you about the new Star Wars Miniland coming to LEGOLAND, but didn’t have many pictures to share. Well, the guys at Lucasfilm just gave permission to release a bunch of new photos of the LEGO creations on their way to the theme park, and they look great.
Artist Stefan Le Dû recently completed this series of photos about the everyday life for a pair of stormtroopers from Star Wars who find themselves in strange and comical situations.
You can see the whole set here or visit Stefan’s Flickr album.
While the technology to make your own genetic or robotic Avatar isn’t yet available, you can turn yourself into the image of an Avatar by using a handy new website from the guys at McDonald’s. Impress all of your friends with your own custom-made Avatar!
These new photos are the work of Joseph Ford, who’d like nothing more than to have a enormous Nintendo DS building. The only place that this could ever be made would be Japan.
Still, it kind of looks awesome.
With prices around $100,000 (USD) the cost is a bit insane, but these displays sure look good. Heck, if I had lots of money to burn, I’d probably want to get one of these (not).
The company behind these unique OLED-based artworks is called Nanobrick, and their displays are called Miyoul.
Planning on asking that tech savvy girl for her hand in wedded bliss? Here’s a way to really make a splash when you present her with that all important ring.
The $199 Euricase Ring Box has a tiny 2-inch LCD screen and multimedia player built into the lid.