At this point, I think it’s safe to say that if you’re in the market for Final Fantasy-inspired engagement/wedding rings, Takayas is the place to go. This particular ring is based on Final Fantasy XIV, and incorporates the patterns from the Summoner’s helmet, corset armor, and her magical book weapon. [click to continue…]
With this Harry Potter 5-pack Harry earring set, you can represent Hogwarts differently each day of the work week. Slytherin on Mondays. Hufflepuff on Fridays.
Harry Potter Crests Earring Set 5-Pack ($19.99)
Redditor gordontrue bought his daughter a bracelet making kit and this was the result. I think we can all learn an important lesson about life from this little lady.
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For only $8 you can own glow-in-the-dark, stainless steel Death Trooper stud earrings. Eight bucks! The’ve got butterfly-style backs and everything. [click to continue…]
The Rosetta Project is dedicated to exploring options for long-term archiving of valuable knowledge. Their first attempt resulted in the Rosetta Disk, which included over 13,000 pages of information designed to preserve the world’s languages etched microscopically on a three inch diameter nickel disk. Now a similar archive is available in a version that’s small enough to wear. [click to continue…]
Well, this is something different from Takayas. Instead of custom nerdy engagement rings they’ve made a gold and yellow sapphire Pikachu-inspired bracelet for a client. If you look closely you’ll notice that the pixelated Pikachu is designed in such a way that it will appear to be walking around the wearer’s wrist. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Russian embroidery artist Alena Litvin creates these stunning dragon brooches using exotic beads and other high quality materials. As you’ll see, the details are extraordinary. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Etsy shop Pretty Little Earth specializes in crafting laser-cut wood jewelry—specifically space-themed jewelry. My personal favorite? The lunar lander necklace—but there’s a lot to choose from. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]
Once again Takayas has made the dreams of a nerdy couple come true. This time they drew inspiration from Zora’s Sapphire (the Spiritual Stone Of Water) from Ocarina of Time and the wave pattern from The Wind Waker cover art. [click to continue…]