If you’re an avid tabletop gamer, you probably like to set a particular mood for the game. Enter Coins of the Forge from LA-based Boonzy Arts.
These candles come themed around a number of genres – Pirate, Dwarf, Sci-Fi, Steampunk and Zombie:
These candles, like the Wheel of Flame set, are meant to augment your game by providing an atmospheric fragrance corresponding to various themes. Each candle compliments a different genre of tabletop game and has a scent that is reminiscent of the worlds you may be visiting in the game.
Candle scents are still in development, but we have a rough idea. Scents are subject to change before the end of the campaign.
Take a closer look at the coins below. [click to continue…]
Like books? Like shelves? Like putting books on shelves?
You would? Weirdo.
Alright then, how about shelves that look like the logos for your favorite comic book characters? What a coincidence! Istanbul-based designer Burak Dogan has created that exact thing.
Clearly, superheroes value style over functionality when it comes to storage.
Sadly, these are only artist renderings at the moment. Impractical or not, they do look pretty cool.
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Thanks to this Lightsaber Tool Kit, I’ll feel pretty badass when I open up that one annoying gadget that has batteries behind a plate with screws. And that IKEA furniture? It will tremble in fear.
With the Star Wars Lightsaber Tool Kit, you get a set of 3 screwdrivers. Now you can approach those repairs with confidence, because you’ll have a lightsaber by your side. Choose your weapon: Vader’s flathead, Luke’s Phillips, or Yoda’s shorter flathead. Judge it by its size, do you? Hmm? Well, actually yes. It’s good for getting into smaller places where its evil, larger companion won’t fit.
Star Wars Lightsaber Tool Kit ($19.99)
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You may recall designer Stelios Mousarris’ Inception-inspired coffee table from a few months ago. Well, now he’s back with this gorgeous table inspired by his childhood nostalgia. Apparently his nostalgia is big on toy rockets.
“I have been collecting toys and action figures and anything nostalgic from my childhood until this day. Every time I take a look at my collectibles I remember my childhood, when I used to play for hours on end without a care in the world. I wanted to recreate that feeling of carefreeness and nostalgia with the Rocket Coffee Table.”
The rockets are based upon toys from his actual collection, and the table is a mixture of hand-carved pieces, resin casting and 3D printing. Best of all, it’s modular – the glass top isn’t affixed to the rocket legs (burning out his fuse up here alone! – Ed.), meaning you can position the legs, and the configuration of the table itself, to your liking.
Personally, I think there’s a lovely Pixar-esque feel to the look of the table, and I want eighteen of them. Continue on for more photos of this table from different angles, because you know you want a closer look at that bubbly, billowing smoke. [click to continue…]
We’ve seen 3D lights for the likes of Star Wars, TMNT and Marvel, and now it’s MLP’s turn to bust through your walls and battle the darkness.
Details are scarce at this point (shipping is slated for October 2016), but the final product will feature LED lights and come with the same type of wall crack decals we’ve seen from similar products in the past.
My Little Pony 3D Wall Lights ($29.99)
Geddit? Cool? It’s wordplay. It’s a pun. C’mon guys, I spent a lot of time working on that headline. I stayed up late!
Look, if you’re not going to appreciate my, frankly, magnificent witticisms then you can at least turn your attention to the table itself. Custom-built by Tom Spina Designs for a client, this table has a body of painted, textured foam topped with a piece of precision-cut glass, and garnished with one (1) lightsaber. It’s very, ahem, ice work. Aheh heh heh.
See Also: This Millennium Falcon Asteroid Chase Coffee Table Is One Of A Kind
Really? Still no? Tch. Some people wouldn’t know a good joke if it came up and clocked ’em in the gob.
Immediately after the Game Of Thrones episode “The Door” concluded, simple mockups of Hodor-themed doorstops started appearing online. So sad…and potentially profitable.
Naturally, someone took to Kickstarter to make a more elaborate attempt, and that someone is Tony Wang. The mockup pictured above blew past it’s $5000 funding goal and currently sits at over $64,000 with the following promise:
We are in the process of applying for licensing rights from HBO for this project. If that falls through and they shut down our project, everyone will be refunded their pledge.
Will HBO shut this project down? Will there ever be an official Hodor door stop? Either way, something tells me that Etsy is just warming up.
I think that every Star Wars fan wants a hologram-projecting droid. At least, I do.
These full-parallax Star Wars 3D hologram displays might be the next best thing. There’s one with R2 projecting Leia of course, but you can also get versions featuring Kylo Ren, the trench run battle and Han Solo in carbonite. There’s also a display that can be purchased separately to illuminate the holograms. See more designs after the break…
I’ve seen a lot of Star Wars bookends in my day, but I think I’ve just found my new favorites. Etsy seller MokuShop uses wood to create Star Wars bookends based on the Death Star and AT-ATs.
He also did a Deadpool versoin. You bet I put it in this post because, Deadpool. See more after the break…
It is a fitting tribute after all.
I can only hope that there’s a plumber out there that arrives in a themed van dressed like Mario, and only does work like this. I would hire that plumber in a hot second.