Are you planning to crush up some Adipose Industries diet pills in Santa’s cookies this year? Do you have any idea what kind of chaos that will create? You’re a maniac that must be stopped—or maybe just a deranged fan that really wants to meet the Doctor.
Doctor Who Adipose Stocking ($14.99)
Etsy seller Bohemian Workbench is clearly a fan of Karl Pilkington, who you may know from his very quotable appearances on An Idiot Abroad and The Ricky Gervais Show. I wonder what he would have to say about a coffee table based on his big round head?
Crafted from birch with hand carved walnut accents, the 34″ wide table is emblazoned with a caricature of Pilkington’s head and comes equipped with a glass top. However, the $1,300 price tag makes it clear that this level of fandom doesn’t come cheap.
On that note, Coffee Table Karl’s expression sums things up nicely. In that way, it’s much like the man himself. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
That’s right Star Wars fans, you can now get up in the middle of the night to pee with the light of Kylo Ren or Darth Vader’s lightsaber to guide you. Each lightsaber floor lamp stands over 5 1/2-feet tall and the brightness can be controlled with a remote. You know what it reminds me of? [click to continue…]
Amanda Destro Pierson unleashed Halloween genius on her garage door, transforming it into an animated monster and earning herself a viral video in the process.
Needless to say, the monster garage concept will likely be replicated for years to come, meaning that Halloween will be a truly terrifying time for cars as well. Watch the video below. [click to continue…]
The Citadel’s water distribution system leaves something to be desired in terms of efficiency. However, it makes sense (sort of) as a shower. Just don’t try and lick the water up off the floor, because that’s gross.
This shower is a concept of course—one that’s unlikely to become a reality. But Dave’s Geeky Ideas was on to something with the lever controls. One lever controls temperature and the other controls flow, so you could leave it at a comfortable temp setting indefinitely if you choose. Check out an additional pic below. [click to continue…]
The designers at Richard Clarkson Studio have made a name for themselves by combining electronics, clouds and levitation into super expensive awesomeness. The latest creation is a collaborative project with Crealev called “Making Weather”—a levitating cloud speaker that spins roughly an inch above its base while emitting your music of choice.
The magic is accomplished with assistance from an induction-charged battery, a mag-lev base and Arduino-controlled illumination.
At the moment, the design is merely a concept, although there is a good chance it will be made available soon. In the meantime, you can see it in action in the video below. [click to continue…]
Earlier this week we featured some awesome looking Star Wars beds and desks from Rooms To Go, and it appears that Pottery Barn has something to contribute to the Star Wars bedroom of your kid’s dreams.
In addition to the Millennium Falcon bed released last year, they’ve added an AT-AT bookcase, handy TIE Fighter storage boxes and some Vader and R2-D2 play chairs. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Heading to Lisbon, Portugal for a few nights? Fancy staying in a Super Mario themed room? Well, that’s a bit of an odd request. But don’t worry, Airbnbsman André has got you covered with his room featuring decor inspired by everybody’s favorite Italian plumber.
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As well as walls, furnishings and – no, but yes! – plumbing all themed around the Mushroom Kingdom’s stout hero, the room also features two 3DS consoles and a Wii U with a library of over 30 games. The room accommodates two, has its own en-suite bathroom, and is conveniently located near subway stations. It’s also an absolute bargain at £31 ($35) a night! Though, as some reviews point out, you may not want to leave the room at all. Check out more photos below. [click to continue…]
Behold the stunning Abyss Horizon Table. Designed by Duffy London, it looks a bit like Peter Molyneux’ controversial strategy game Godus but is, in fact, based upon a cross-section of the ocean. It’s made from layers of high-grade wood and blue glass, and only 25 are being made.
Conversation pieces don’t get better than this. Check out more photos below. [click to continue…]
Unlock the hero within! Or, more accurately, unlock your front door and grab that hero you left in your fridge when you rushed out the door late for work. You’ll need that lunch to maintain your energy for the quest ahead.
Indeed, the Key Armory designs keys that look like swords—famous swords like lightsabers and gunblades in fact. There’s also a version based on the Hylian shield. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]