Tons of new Star Wars cuff links have just been introduced from Cufflinks, Inc. and are available for pre-order now. With styles for any Star Wars geek, they range from flat enamel versions to three dimensional sculpted versions. The cuff links feature Classic characters, Blueprints, 3D versions, Vintage Movie Posters, Propaganda Posters and more. Read more
Photographer Dale May‘s LEGO WARS at the Samuel Owen Gallery are a collection of photo that combine popular culture with commercial imagery and luxury brands. LEGO Star Wars minifigs juxtaposed against Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Tory Burch logos – even set against the famous Tiffany Robin’s Egg Blue, are produced as chromogenic prints and face mounted to archival acrylic backed with aluminum. Read more
Russian ad agency Stoyn participated in a tasty project for Faces & Laces, as annual Moscow art and music show profiling brands from around the world. The agency created 7 different flavored pop culture popsicles made with Dolce Bacio ice cream molded into the shapes of well-known characters from Star Wars, Disney and other figures. Read more
above: photo by Mark Merlot.
Although these carved crayons were not made by Diem Chau, whose many crayola sculptures I’ve shared with you in the past, the Star Wars Crayolas were made by Steve Thompson and have been featured on many a geek and sci-fi blog. If you haven’t seen them, here’s a good look: Read more
As odd as it may seem to some, there are people who find Star Wars very arousing. Sure the light sabers are phallic and there’s a lot of heavy breathing, but canoodling with a Stormtrooper? “Dreaming of the Dark Side” is a photographic editorial of a young girl – dressed as a Twi’lek– lustfully dreaming about Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper, too. Read more
While scanning through this years’ Comic-Con exclusives, I came across this wonderful find. Read more