Nicole Wakelin

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Each of these gorgeous handmade dresses features elegant renderings of the moon and galaxies. You have your choice of styles and prints with everything from snug tank dresses to flirty skater dresses to a stunning maxi dress. Images are custom designed and digitally printed.

See more styles after the break.

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With Garrus on your arm, absolutely no one is going to mess with you. When he’s off fighting space battles, wear this shirt instead. It features Garrus from Mass Effect and proudly proclaims that he’s your alien space boyfriend.

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The 12th Doctor is just days away from taking the stage, and now you can look just like him with this costume t-shirt. It’s time to move on from the fez and embrace the new Doctor and his black coat with snazzy red lining. Preorder now for shipping on August 23rd.

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This incredible makeup is the work of Laura Jenkinson who is a London-based makeup artist. She used her talents to turn her mouth into different cartoon characters. It’s surreal and amazing because the characters are so well-done, and look more than a little freaky when you take them in with the rest of her face.

See more pictures after the break.

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This mashup features the always eloquent Groot as Bart Simpson. He is, of course, writing sentences on the chalkboard as punishment for some childhood infraction. I’d imagine it’d be a pretty predictable opening every week with him writing the only sentence he ever speaks over, and over, and over.

Grab this one while you can as it’s only on sale for the next few days.

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As complex and amazing as this Metal Gear REX cosplay looks, the most challenging thing about it was getting into the costume. It was designed by Pro Voltage Cosplay who showcased the effort at Otakon 2014. There’s one person inside the costume, but it took three people to put it all together. The person inside had to walk up a ramp, half-costumed, and sit on a bicycle seat before it was all complete!

Image via funkalismo.

See the video after the break.

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Max-Arthur is a cat that likes to ride around on a Roomba. Today, he’s doing it while dressed as a shark. He’s also entertaining a baby who is also dressed like a shark. Both of them look thoroughly amused in this adorable way to celebrate Shark Week.

See the video after the break.

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Summer will soon be over and when the weather turns you’ll be glad you have these Attack on Titan Survey Corps snuggie-style blankets to keep warm. You can choose either a male or female version, complete with cape. If you’re feeling like causing trouble, you can opt for the colossus version instead. Preorder now for delivery in November.

See the female version after the break.

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This working cyborg arm built out of Lego is the brainchild of Diavo Voltaggio. He made the creation at Brick Fair in Chantilly, Virgina and calls it the Mark VI since it’s the sixth version of the arm that he has created. He built it using a Lego Mindstorms EV3 set. Mashable notes:

The Mark VI features LED lights and a smartphone cradle, although neither are necessary to the arm’s functioning. Despite its simplicity, the machine sucks up quite a bit of juice: Voltaggio says he has to replace the batteries in the arm every hour or so.

It all works via little buttons inside the arm that, when touched, cause motors to activate making the fingers open and close. Next up on his to-do list? A full body!

See video of the arm in action and an interview with the designer after the break.

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Looks like Verne Troyer, aka Mini-Me, is a big fan of sharks. He posted this photo on his twitter account and it’s absolutely perfect. You just have to wonder where he’s hiding the laser beam because what fun are sharks without friggin’ laser beams?

See the tweet after the break.

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