Check out this cool Star Wars-inspired conference table. It was made using thousands of individually pushpins. You may not have that 28,800 pins handy, but luckily that wasn’t a problem for the employees at Viking, a UK-based office supply seller.
I’m just going to say it, I didn’t care for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. I feel like the franchise has lost the magic that made it such an integral part of my childhood. Still, it has some cute parts, not the part where Luke milks that creature’s teat and drinks from it, mind you.
This animated LEGO scene depicts Darth Vader’s TIE fighter chasing Luke’s X-wing during the Death Star trench run in A New Hope. It is both calming and mesmerizing. Jason Allemann built this kinetic sculpture and it is a super cool desk toy that I need in my life.
If you’re looking for a new food to impress your friends with during a Star Wars marathon, check out this recipe for Chewbacca noodle rolls. These guys were created by Jenn Fujikawa of justJENN Recipes, and they look ferocious and delicious.
Every time we’ve seen a TIE Fighter in the movies, it’s been zooming through space or sitting on the deck of an Imperial battlestation. But this TIE Fighter can actually drive on the street. This land-based TIE Fighter was built by Queensland, Nova Scotia man Allan Carver.
Han Solo is one of the best characters in movie history. Everything about the Millennium Falcon’s Captain is iconic. He’s a scoundrel, he’s got the swagger, even his outfit kicks butt. This dude’s hair is always perfect.
Need some hot tea to stay warm on Hoth? Are you an Ewok who wants to make hot tea from some humans? Maybe you’re a Stormtrooper on a break. No worries. No matter who you are across the galaxy, we have found your new tea kettle.
It’s not easy to display your cool Star Wars stuff. Your figures don’t really look good in those protective plastic bubbles and display cards just sitting there on a shelf. Even if you buy two of everything so you can display one, it’s still hard to make this stuff look good while on display.
This Millennium Falcon bed may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts. This kids mom and dad made a few modifications themselves. Actually they built the whole thing. A guy going by the name Dericrw and his wife built this amazing Star Wars bedroom for their son, hoping that he would sleep in his own room for a change.
Man, kids get all of the cool stuff. Check out this amazing AT-ST high chair that Matthew Regonini from Never Not Making built for his kid. I really wish it was acceptable for an adult to sit in a high chair.
Hasbro has unveiled HASLAB, which is their take on Kickstarter. The new crowdfunding program is starting with a huge and crazy toy. That would be a 4-foot long, 14 pound, detailed recreation of Jabba’s Sail Barge from Return of the Jedi.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi really polarized fans. Whether you loved or hated it, most people would probably agree that there were a few great scenes, like the lightsaber battle in Snoke’s throne room for instance.
As far as fancy pens go, I can’t think of anything geekier than this S.T. Dupont Star Wars X-Wing rollerball pen. Or more expensive, but we’ll get to that. This is a beautiful desk accessory for the wealthy.
We’ve all dreamed of owning our own lightsaber, just like the ones that Luke and Darth Vader used in the movies. Sure, you can buy props that look pretty awesome, but we all want a lightsaber that is actually made of light, like in the movies.
When you and your significant other are both Star Wars fans, you don’t just trade chocolates shaped like hearts and generic floral bouquets. You make Star Wars the focal point of Valentine’s Day. Just like you do every day.