If you saw the BBC’s wonderful Planet Earth documentary series, you may recall the Bird Of Paradise and its bizarre mating dance pictured above.
Jaime Margary cosplayed it, and the results are spectacular/horrifying as you can see below.
While we plan to pull together some gift guides for holiday shopping, we’ve also made it easy to find the coolest, nerdiest fashions that we’ve discovered this year. All you need to do is browse our Approved Products section. It’s updated daily.
Behold, the dressing room for Team Stormtrooper. You can tell that there hasn’t been any victorious champagne parties in there. Everything is spotless.
The photo comes via Wired, who had a marvel opportunity to tour the Stormtrooper dressing room for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Head on over to Wired for more pics and info.
There has been some speculation that Rey is crying over Chewbacca’s body in the Force Awakens trailer. If that turns out to be the case, let’s hope these boots aren’t made of real Wookiee.
Actually, these boots from Irregular Choice are brown faux fur with silver laces and digital Chewbacca prints. So Chewie basically has your back when you wear them.
The Meowgaroo Hoodie has been upgraded into an entire jumpsuit.
Now you can walk among the cats and they will accept you as one of their own. They will revere you for your unique ability to transport other cats around in a special pouch. They will watch in awe as you unzip your tail to poop in a human toilet.
You will be a god among cats.
‘Tis the season for chunky and ugly sweaters. Only this year, you can extend the fashion to your eggnog-holding hands with the cable knit nail technique.
Here are some additional examples and a how-to video:
Everyone knows that stepping on a Lego brick with bare feet is the worst kind of pain. However, it seems that Lego has finally acknowledged the problem with these anti-Lego slippers that feature extra protective padding.
The slippers were created as part of a collaboration between Lego and ad agency Brand Station for a holiday promotion. Unfortunately, only 1500 pairs will be produced, but they are being randomly given away to people that create a wish list on the Lego France website.
Not to worry though. Even if you don’t secure a pair, these Lego slippers would probably be a suitable replacement.
The following video from Wired puts a spotlight on the incredible talents of costume and prop-maker Shawn Thorsson. This guy tackles some ambitious projects like Iron Man and Warhammer armor and even a full-scale ED-209 replica.
It’s truly inspiring stuff. Maybe I’ll skip taking that nap today.