Toys are cool to display on your shelf, but they’re even more special when you’ve assembled them yourself. These kits from LazerModels give you the opportunity to put together your own works of geek art using flat-packed, laser-cut wood.
Get a good night’s sleep and dream that you are making a run at the Death Star with this awesome Star Wars X-Wing Twin Bookcase Bed. It’s based on the classic T-65 X-wing fighter, and all of the details are here, like carved thrust engines, laser cannons, and even a painted R2-D2 Astromech droid.
CharlieMcN33l has two great loves in his life: Star Wars and his Harley. He has even customized special Star Wars helmets for himself. So naturally when he started using his X-Wing pilot helmet, he need a matching flight jacket to go with it.
Flickr user Nick Chen aka solscud made a cute collection of Star Wars minifigures wearing their respective vehicles. For instance, Kylo Ren has his command shuttle, Han Solo is wearing the Millennium Falcon and Rey is, well, in the Millennium Falcon, but with the new different radar dish.
September 4th is Force Friday, when Disney is streaming a massive unboxing event. It’s a huge day for Star Wars collectors. Maybe the biggest day in decades. Two items are sure to be of particular interest for fans who like drones.
Give in to the sweet side with Etsy seller Jon Good Chocolates’ hand-painted Millenium Falcon and X-wing chocolates. You can order them in dark, white, truffle or a variety of other custom flavors. Jon Good Chocolates uses colored cocoa butter to paint the tasty spaceships.
Sometimes we have stuff to talk about that is sort of like Inception – something wrapped in something similar to itself. This Hawaiian shirt is a perfect example. You have to be a geek to wear a Hawaiian shirt to begin with, or at least over the age of 55.
Rodger Cleye made this awesome flying X-wing Fighter. Maybe it can shoot down some of those other drones in our skies. This 19 lb., five-foot-long X-Wing Fighter comes after Rodger already made a flying James Bond mannequin with a jet pack and the Marty McFly working hover-board.
Graphic designer/tee fighter/Red Bubble squadron member Huck Blade mashed up Red Bull’s logo with the Alliance Starfighter Corps’ famous call sign. If Red Bull gives you wings, Red Five gives you two X-wings.
Fly to Red Bubble and order the t-shirt for $25 (USD).
Hey look. It’s a pink X-Wing in the forest? What gives? Did Ewoks get a hold of a truckload full of Pepto Bismol and assault this fighter with it? That sounds like those mischievous bastards. They love a good joke/vandalizing stuff.
You know how they have the building plaques on some ships to commemorate their construction? Every Star Trek ship has one on the bridge too. Well, even though the Star Wars ships never had these, you can buy them from Big Bay Toy Store.
Kids can be rebellious. I say give a rebel kid a rebel bed. A rebel X-wing Fighter bed like this one. Well, the bed actually sits beneath the body of the ship, allowing the kid to climb up into the cockpit.