Household

One Ring Pillow

The effects of the One Ring cause owners to take frequent naps. Rbitencourt USA didn’t sew their One Ring pillow in the fires of Mount Doom; they made it in their home from Brazilian wool felt. The fateful text is added with fabric paint and is simply decorative – you won’t draw attention from the Ringwraiths when you lay your head on this comfy version of the One Ring.

Product Page ($59.95 via Neatorama and Make)

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Are you doing enough to prepare for the inevitable zombie apocalypse? You can go above and beyond by purchasing and assembling a zombie proof log cabin. Tiger Log Cabins is offering a ZFC-1 (Zombie Fortification Cabin) to all those concerned about the possibility of undead attacks. It comes with a ten year anti-zombie guarantee, reinforced slit windows, walls, and doors, an arsenal storage unit, garden section to make sure you don’t starve, a toilet system, a living room with entertainment, and more. You’ll stay safe from zombies and never be bored; I call that a win.

You can customize the 44′ x 30′ cabin which will run a whopping $112,800 for the base model. Extras include installation, water cannons, flame throwers, riot gear, solar panels and more. If the zombies never show up, at least you have the best possible place to host viewing parties for The Walking Dead.

See more photos of the cabin’s exterior and interior after the break.

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Artist Marco D’Alfonso has turned Deadpool into a G.I. Joe action figure in packaging that would make the merc with a mouth proud. Take a good look at the warnings and details D’Alfonso has included.

He’s created quite a few Deadpool mashups with everything from Disney to Star Wars. You can’t buy the action figure, but you can buy a print to decorate your home with Deadpool style.

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Cuddling up with a Pikachu plush is great and all, but what if you could sleep on a giant version of the adorable Pokémon? This bed lets you do just that. I’m not sure if it’s the biggest Pikachu ever, but since it weighs 33 pounds, it’s got to be close. The Pikachu bed comfortably fits one adult and would look great set up next to the Snorlax bean bag chair.

See a couple more pics of the cute bed after the break.

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If you have a cat that likes romping around the house or sleeping in unusual places, then you might need this Indiana Jones-inspired cat bridge. Made by Etsy seller Catastrophi Creations, the adventurous bridge is made from solid pine and the ends are reinforced with metal brackets. You can order a custom length, and then hang the rope bridge in a doorway and watch your cats run across it (and maybe even sleep on it). Bonus points if you make a tiny brown fedora for your kitty.

See more photos and a video of the bridge in use after the break.

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Those looking to pursue a career as an evil overlord would do well to look at this creepy scorpion chair as a possible throne from which to rule. It actually looks quite comfortable and will be sure to terrorize the masses into submission. The chair is handmade by Russian woodcarver Vyacheslav Pakhomov and is available in several different woods with different built-in upholstered cushions. You’ll never be able to decide which, so you should probably get both with the money you saved up to decorate your volcano lair. Just have your minions swap them out depending on your mood each day.

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If you have access to scrap metal, why not give it a second life by turning it into art? That’s just what Old Steel Art in Thailand does, and they’ve created everything from Transformers to Thor to this amazing Hulk from leftover metal pieces. I can’t get over how detailed the Hulk sculpture is – there are folds in the fabric and you can see muscles and veins on his skin. He looks gigantic, and I can’t imagine how he’ll be moved when/if he’s sold. Maybe they can build a Helicarrier to transport him.

See more pics of metal Hulk after the break.

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You’d think you could sit in this chair and relax—that is until you see the shadow it casts. It was designed by Yaara Derkel and it’s called the “Coppelius” chair. The idea was to make a chair in the design of cabinet maker Michael Thonet who created furniture during the industrial revolution. His works looked ordinary until the they were lit just the right way when they’d suddenly take on a whole new character. This chair definitely fits the bill, and there is no way I’m sitting in it ever.

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Cats deserve the best, and sometimes the best means giving them a fandom themed scratching post. If Industries has come up with some concepts that are purrfect, and it’s not surprising since they’re the folks who came up with the Bag End litter box idea. Their latest designs include a Catari, a scratching post that looks like an Atari joystick, and Ninelives, a scratcher that resembles a retro Nintendo controller.

See the Nintendo controller design after the break.

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Adventure Time fans, you are going to want all of these posters to decorate your walls. They’re the work of Joe Hogan and Mike Vasquez who’ve taken on everything from Star Wars to Game of Thrones to the Disney princesses. Each has been redone with Adventure Time characters in the style of the animated series and they’re amazing.

See more examples after the break.

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