When you’re trying on something at Target, you probably think you look terrible. You can’t help but look good when gazing into a unicorn or mermaid mirror. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Let’s face it, your standard mirror can be kind of dull. So, if you’re looking for a quirky mirror that’s far from boring, then you should probably pick up one of these Star Wars mirrors from Etsy seller funkymirrors.
We’ve featured the Millennium Falcon version previously, but there’s also an R2-D2 version that would be awesome in a kid’s bathroom.
Check out some more pics after the break…
The people at ThinkGeek are tugging at my wallet again with their new Infinite Dungeon Corridor.
This dungeony take on the infinity mirror is “made of space-age, dungeon-grade plastic” and the little flickering torches come with 3 levels of brightness. It’s a perfect size for your desk or you can hang it on a wall.
After seeing it, I think it would be amazing to have a full sized one. Am I right?
Check out more pictures after the break.
There have been other attempts at Portal-themed mirrors in the past, but these are definitely the best out there so far—and all it took was some rope lights.
Of course having the portals ends so close to one another sort of defeats the purpose. Get creative and put one on the floor and the other over the toilet. Or one on the wall and the other on the fridge. The possibilities are endless.
The Latin inscription around the speculum mirror translates thusly: “all things must change, and we with them.” The woman gazes into the mirror only to find a horrifying vision of the future staring back at her. Unfortunately, the intensity of this work is lost in the shadow of two prominent buttcheeks.
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