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.

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We’ve seen some impressive custom Lego Boba Fett cosplay in the past, but Imgur user iqwerty built a spot on version that’s scaled up for adults. He also documented the process.

Using a CAD program to maintain an accurate scaling, it took him only seven weekends to design, construct, and paint the entire costume.

Well done! Check out the entire build process in the gallery after the break…

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Everything is awesome? I wouldn’t say that. Parts maybe.

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These LEGO brick exteriors make for a seriously eye popping handbag. Etsy shop owner agabag has been making jewelry and accessories exclusively with LEGO bricks since 2009 and quality is of utmost importance.

“Since I make my living with this, I have to be very strict with quality and cannot offer to sell anything that is less than perfect. This means the items you will get are as precisely and carefully crafted as “handmade” can be.”

So grab your heels and one of these fantastically unique bags. Check out more designs after the break.

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Etsy seller MermaidSaysJulia has made these fantastic Star Wars bracelets out of Lego bricks. There is R2-D2 or C-3PO with all the bits set into bezels and bracelet links. The best part is that their little droid heads even swivel! You can order them individually or save a few dollars and order them as a set. She also has a set of matching C-3PO earrings.

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A Star Destroyer is generally a thing that strikes fear in the hearts of men, but not this one. Okay, maybe there were some nervous jitters on the part of Stephen Dempsey who built it to propose to his girlfriend, Amanda. She’s a big Star Wars fan so he hid the ring inside the ship. He told The Daily Dot:

“Our love is like this ship,” he told Amanda. “Its shields defend from any outside force wanting to get in and destroy us.”

Isn’t that just the cutest? And yes, they plan to have Star Wars integrated into their wedding day by playing the theme as the enter for the reception.

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This Lego version of Star-Lord’s mask from Guardians of the Galaxy was built by Orion Pax who says:

STAR LORD, the main character from Guardians of the Galaxy, like every famous rapper, for sure is wearing a nice looking mask. This is built with the red light brick, so the eyes light up. The printed pattern reflects nice in the dark on any surface. The scale is close to 1:1!

Light up eyes and a 1:1 scale? This thing is brilliant!

Take a closer look after the break.

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You’ll be ready for Halloween with this Kragle costume from The Lego Movie. It all starts with a couple of inexpensive shower curtains that form the bulk of the costume. Then it’s just a matter of tracing out the letters and gluing them to the shower curtain once it’s formed into a tube. Cheap and clever…just like we like it.

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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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Don Wright is a life-long geek, but he only recently started getting into cosplay. With that said, it looks like he’s found his niche. Don made this costume of Emmet from The LEGO Movie, and he did an excellent job. He mentioned in an email that it was challenging for him to keep the proportions accurate while also making sure that the costume was practical to wear, but it looks like he succeeded. Right on, Don!

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