If you love putting googly eyes on everything as part of Bonnie Burton and Anne Wheaton’s VandalEyes hijinks, then Espionage Cosmetics has the perfect line of nail wraps for you! The company has joined forces with the geeky women for a new collection inspired by VandalEyes.

It features two different sets: one colorful, glitter set with eyes that glow in the dark and another black and white set with eyes all over. The wraps are available for preorder now and will be shipped in early April.

Check out more photos after the break!

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Black Milk Clothing has been launching product left and right. Their Batman line recently hit the web, and in just ten days, they’re expanding their superhero collection. While it’s still all about DC Comics (this Marvel girl has a sad face), it focuses on non-Gotham City heroes.

You’ll be able to choose from Wonder Woman and Superman suits with capes, a Rorschach tee, a Black Freighter tee, and star covered leggings that look like they’d be at home in Wonder Woman’s closet. The line also features shiny blue and silver pieces, and a sexy and fun Catwoman bodysuit design. You’ll be able to acquire these items at 9am AEST on March 27th.

Check out more of the line after the break.

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Photos courtesy of Paul Pape and Paul Michael Design/Etsy

Geeks are quite creative when it comes to memorable events in their lives—especially weddings and proposals. For the most hardcore fans, ring boxes and even the engagement rings themselves get specialized with a geeky theme. It’s a big moment when you decide to spend your life with someone who is probably just as, if not more, passionate about a fandom as you are. What better way to make them remember that moment forever than by having the items in your proposal be geeky too?

Over the years we’ve shown you a number of amazing custom made rings and ring boxes with themes from Batman to World of Warcraft. But how are these works of geeky art created? If you’re interested in making a special custom engagement ring or ring box but don’t know where to start, we have you covered.

We spoke with two of the best in the business, Paul Michael Design and Paul Pape Designs about how you can have your own custom engagement ring or ring box made. Take a look inside the process with our guide and find some inspiring photos after the break.

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dark side leggings

This is one of those days where I realize just how deprived I was as a kid when it came to leggings. I mean, when I wore them, they were called stirrup pants, went into your shoes and generally came in solid colors.

Now? Now they come with all sorts of cool designs and there’s not a foot strap to be seen. And you can even wear Darth Vader and the Death Star on your frakkin’ legs!

Kids these days. I tell ya. No idea just how good they’ve got it.

Product Page ($35)

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Any time you step outside, your body is assaulted with germs and pollution. This is especially true in a big city. You could inhale everything, wear a surgeon’s mask, or turn to a stylish scarf. The latter is now an option thanks to the group behind the Scough.

The Scough is made for “style-conscious germaphobes.” It uses an activated carbon filter to put a barrier between you and the infectious world. Scoughs come in many designs and colors and don’t look at all medical. While the makers mention wearing the Scough isn’t guaranteed to prevent illness, it certainly can’t hurt.

See more scough styles after the break.

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Spider-Man leggings

Do you have heart eyes for Spider-Man? Well now you can have heart legs, too! These eye-catching leggings from Wet Seal feature a repeated heart pattern of Spider-Man’s face (Mary Jane-style), and they would pair well with so many different tops. I hope to see more designs like this from Marvel featuring Captain America’s shield or Iron Man’s arc reactor. It’s simple and a bit more subtle than all over comic book cover designs but still bold.

Product Page ($18.90 via Instagram)


Sure, there was probably a dress code aboard the Death Star, but I’d like to think that during their off hours those stormtroopers liked to kick it old school. You know, throw on Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes latest record, chill out in a Imperial-issue hammock and throw on a sun hat and a pair of cool sunglasses.

Well, I guess there wouldn’t be much sun inside the Death Star, but if those troopers were going to wear some glasses, they’d probably wear these. The white theme matches the troopers’ armor, it comes with a nifty case and there’s even a Death Star on it! Too bad all those stormtroopers died in that epic fire ball, but if they’d worn these shades they would’ve kicked the bucket in style.

Product Page: ($19.99 via Geek Alerts)


Okay, this is seriously cool. Adafruit’s Becky Stern has figured out how to create flexible cyberpunk spikes that light up and can be turned into a fashion accessory.

The spikes are made using NeoPixel strip diffused by NinjaFlex flexible 3D printing filament and she’s even included a tutorial on how to create them.

Check out the video demo after the break.

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nerdy lip balm

There’s a lip balm for every fandom in this fantastic collection by Etsy seller GeekFireLabs. Each features a different scent with a choices like Time Lord Toffee, Tea With Inara, and Second Breakfast. You can buy them in a set of their most popular scents, individually, or in little gift sets packaged in organza bags with matching buttons.

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Nailasaurus has already designed some fantastic nail art based on The Lego Movie and now she’s added on one more character. This time it’s Unikitty in all her pink and pastel glory, complete with a few glittery nails for extra punch.

(via The Nailasaurus)