If it’s attention that you crave, jewelry and nail artist Nadja Buttendorf has a project that you might be interested in. She’s been making silicone earrings and rings that attempt to duplicate the body part where they are worn. [click to continue…]
This couture gown was created by artistic duo Carnovsky and Nuvango as part of the art exhibit RGB: A VOYAGE. It’s beautiful on its own, but wait until you see how it reacts to colored light. [click to continue…]
If you saw the Her Universe Fashion Show this year, then you may remember cosplayer and aspiring fashion designer Adria Renee wearing a gorgeous Wonder Woman transformation gown. Well, if her most recent Star Wars designs are any indication, I’m betting we’ll see her on the runway again soon. On that note, she’s tagged these designs as #comingsoon. We’re not sure what that means exactly, but we’re super excited about it.
The Imperial designs are my personal favorite, but I’d always leaned a little dark side Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]
Design student Paxton Porter came up with these Legend of Zelda-themed shoe designs as part of the application process for an internship with Adidas. Needless to say, Adidas should jump at the chance to bring this guy and his idea on board. [click to continue…]
Singapore fashion designer Sabrina Goh has created a Star Wars collection just in time for Rogue One with striking designs in (mostly) black and white. The Rebels get a little attention, but this is definitely a collection that’ll be super popular with fans of the Empire. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
We’ve featured the custom wayfarer style sunglasses created by Etsy seller ketchupize in the past, but there are loads of new, nerdy designs in her shop. Check out some of our favorites below. Bonus: since today is Black Friday, you can save 15% on your order with the code BLFR15 at checkout. [click to continue…]
Artist Becca Who has transferred her intricate and beautiful art onto fabric to create stunning accessories and clothing that she describes as “a different kind of beautiful”. The vibrant colors and details of her work turn each of her scarves, skirts, bags and ponchos into gorgeous wearable art.
She’s also planning to make her fabric available for purchase, which I’m guessing is pretty exciting for crafty types. Check out more of her designs below. [click to continue…]
As he is wont do do, Adam Savage went incognito in costume at the recent installment of New York Comic Con. This time he went as Totoro, and you can see how he built this wonderful costume in the video below. We’ve also added the video of his NYCC appearance because we’re thorough like that. [click to continue…]