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Looks like Kirk and Spock ended up in the 18th century. They appeared on everything from wallpaper to teapots in affluent French homes.

The pattern can also be had on a tote bag, though you’ll have to make a special request from ToBoldlyHold.

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There are moments in video games that strike powerful emotions in us and this moment from FFVII is certainly one of them. Cosplayer Adella shared this amazing cosplay of Cloud (Wes Johnson) laying Aerith to rest, and it really is a moment captured in time.

Photography: Jan-Michael Losada

She’ll be sharing more pictures from this shoot his week in honor of the news of FFVII’s remaster/remake/whatever it is. I know I’ll be checking back.

Check out the original after the break…

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This faerie wing necklace is so delicate and detailed, it looks like it was ripped right off a woodland sprite. (Please note: no actual faeries were harmed in the making of this necklace)

Etsy shop Under The Ivy has perfected the art of creating very life-like faerie wings into jewelry. Accented with glitter and Swarovski crystals, this necklace would be a treasure with any outfit.

But that’s not all. There’s more fanciful necklaces after the break.

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smashing all over

You’ll look smashing as you go about your day (or when you’re playing Super Smash Bros) with this Smashing All Over t-shirt. With this many characters, your favorites are sure to be there.

You can also get this design as a print, a tote, even a duvet cover.

Product Page ($34)

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drunk uncle ben

Even alternate Spider-Men can’t cope with the loss.

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A tiny Polaroid camera necklace would be adorable on its own, but it’s even better as a locket that holds a secret photo. From magical tree trunks to ancient bureaus and crates full of mystery, these lockets by Etsy shop Strangely Yours are full of nostalgia and whimsy. And each design opens in its own unique way to hold secret messages or photos.

Check out all the brilliant treasure chest jewelry after the break.

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The Millennium Falcon, the USS Enterprise or Serenity–which ship do you think would win in a race? Sure, the Falcon made the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs, and the Enterprise has that powerful warp drive, but Serenity has a few sly tricks up her sleeve too (Crazy Ivan, anyone?), so it’s really up in the air (or in space).

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Cosplayer LolliLane’s epic Adepta Sororitas from Warhammer 40,000 is perfect in every detail. This Sister of Battle looks fierce and war-ready in the photos edits by Luminarchy Photography.

“From a Warhammer 40K photoshoot intended from the outset for significant digital manipulation and compositing. Miniatures for backgrounds were loaned by Games Workshop Wellington.”

Check out more badass battle-chic after the break.

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How many hoodies have a 10-year warranty? The Flint And Tinder hoodie does and it’s currently on sale for $69.99 (29% off with free shipping) in our Nerd Approved Deals Store!

Invest in quality: the unisex 10-Year Hoodie not only promises an absurd amount of comfort and cool laid-back style, but 10 years of guaranteed top quality and free mending. It’s safe to say you’ve found your new favorite hoodie.

-Super premium, unisex sweatshirt made w/ only the finest of materials
-10-year warranty plus free mending
-Available in 6 colors, sizes XS-3XL
-Thick & rare 18-oz all-weather knit; yarns spun to actually get softer over time
-Fleece made of 3-end yarns for stronger quality
-Manufactured in the USA
-The only 1-million-dollar fashion project on Kickstarter – a record setter

Flint & Tinder 10-Year Hoodie ($100 $69.99)

Check out the video after the break for more info…

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This Hawkeye Costume Women’s Mesh Back Dress is daring little number for your wardrobe. This sublimated print of Clint Barton’s iconic uniform is sheer mesh on the back, so that quiver and arrows won’t cover a whole lot.

See more pictures after the break.

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