geekygeekweek:

knit Princess Leia Beanie
You can keep warm and toasty and rock one of the most iconic hairdos in the galaxy with this knit Princess Leia beanie from ThinkGeek. The hat is lined with fleece so you don’t have to worry about catching a chill while you’re running around Echo Base on Hoth. Plus, pulling hair buns on is much easier than trying to pin your hair into place.
Product Page ($19.99)

geekygeekweek:

knit Princess Leia Beanie

You can keep warm and toasty and rock one of the most iconic hairdos in the galaxy with this knit Princess Leia beanie from ThinkGeek. The hat is lined with fleece so you don’t have to worry about catching a chill while you’re running around Echo Base on Hoth. Plus, pulling hair buns on is much easier than trying to pin your hair into place.

Product Page ($19.99)

kamikame-cosplay:

Awesome Bobba Fett ball gown, Photo by New Now Next.
Who knew Boba Fett was so crafty! I love how tastefully all the aspects of his classic costume have been incorporated into her cosplay, right down to what I presume is a wookie scalp purse. I’ve been unable to discover the identity of this cosplayer, (which I suppose is oddly appropriate) so if anyone happens to know who she is, please let us know so we can credit her!
Do you know who she is?

kamikame-cosplay:

Awesome Bobba Fett ball gown, Photo by New Now Next.

Who knew Boba Fett was so crafty! I love how tastefully all the aspects of his classic costume have been incorporated into her cosplay, right down to what I presume is a wookie scalp purse. I’ve been unable to discover the identity of this cosplayer, (which I suppose is oddly appropriate) so if anyone happens to know who she is, please let us know so we can credit her!

Do you know who she is?

hotchicksinstarwarsshirts:

Goldie x WeLoveFine:
Fashions to Rule the Galaxy In
"We debuted them at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International, exclusively in the Lucasfilm Pavilion. Now, WeLoveFine is thrilled to make our Star Wars boutique collection, created in conjunction with Goldie, available to our online followers and fellow Star Wars fans!

This collection is fun, fashionable, and practically bursting with the power of The Force. It was a delight to share with excited Star Wars lovers face to face as we introduced them, and we can’t wait to share this uniquely fan-bulous collection with a wider audience.”

LINKAGE!

geekymerch:

These awesome Star Wars cushions can be found at Alien Couture on Etsy!

Suddenly changing diapers doesn’t seem THAT bad:

"These aren’t the diapers you’re looking for" Diaper pail R2D2 hack. My inspiration photo and my duct/electrical tape version.

Have a geeky DIY? We’d love to see it! Send it through our “submit” button to see it here!

Suddenly changing diapers doesn’t seem THAT bad:

"These aren’t the diapers you’re looking for"

Diaper pail R2D2 hack. My inspiration photo and my duct/electrical tape version.

Have a geeky DIY? We’d love to see it! Send it through our “submit” button to see it here!

R2-D2 yoga pants ($39.99)! Now available at ThinkGeek

R2-D2 yoga pants ($39.99)! Now available at ThinkGeek

makingstarwars:

You should probably treat yourself to this Wicket sock set. You deserve it.

archiemcphee:

German artist and freelance illustrator Oliver Wetter dramatically alters beautiful mid-19th century landscapes painted by artists from Hudson River School by digitally adding fearsome kaiju, giant robots and other pop culture elements such as Howl’s Moving Castle. It just takes one enormous monster to transform one of Albert Bierstadt’s idyllic landscapes into an awesomely terrifying scene. Our favorite piece is AT-AT Among The Sierra Nevada, a surprisingly tranquil scene featuring a wrecked AT-AT rusting and gathering moss while a herd of deer pause for a drink at its remaining feet.

Visit Oliver Wetter’s website to check out more of his artwork (warning: some of it’s slightly NSFW).

[via Design Taxi]

albotas:

STAR WARS X VANS SUMMER 2014

Laid-back beachy summer vibes join forces with a galaxy far, far away with this collection of sneakers, bags, and hats from Star Wars and Vans. There’s some cool little details like Yoda hiding in the flower patterns and Boba Fett in the camo.

And if you’ve ever wondered what a Wookie skating a bowl would look like, check out the video below.

(via Nerdcore)