Gorgeous custom science fiction jewelry

Pittsburgh's Paul Michael Bierker is a jeweler who makes incredible, nerdy rings and other jewelry, from the Tie Fighter engagement rings to the Han Solo in Carbonite rings (also available as a pendant). Read the rest

Cel-shaded jeans, now for sale!

Last summer's Borderlands-style brilliant cel-shaded jeans are now available as £77 custom readymades from Etsy's Deja Neuf Heures. Read the rest

Giant D20 soaps

These 100g D20 peppermint soaps are $10.52 each -- there's a real D20 in the center of each one. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Genderswapped Sixth Doctor cosplay outfit

From Frockasaurus (previously), this brilliant Femme Sixth Doctor Who cosplay set, a custom made, genderswapped version of Colin Baker's outfit including a jacket, corset/waistcoat, necktie and skirt. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Gamer jewelry

New Zealand jeweler Charlie Meaden's OG gamer pieces include these shiny game-controller earrings and the Space Invaders ring, both available in gold or silver. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Awesome, nerdy, bookish, fannish skirts, bags, scarves and stuff

Rooby on the Isle of Wight turns nerdy fabric prints into garments and accessories: Death Star, Walking Dead BEWARE OF ZOMBIES signs, Incredible Hulk blow-up, Rocky Horror, Heroes of Star Wars, antique book-spines, and the first chapter of Harry Potter (which, sadly, is no longer available as a dress). Read the rest

Horrifying knit goods

Brooklyn's Knitrocious creates nightmarish knit goods, such as the goat balaclava and the horror clown balaclava. Read the rest

You autocomplete me

A letterpress Valentine from Paperwheel ($6.75). (via Dan Hon) Read the rest

Dancing papercraft Valentine

Siberian-born, Philippines-based paper artist Maria Dubrovskaya makes beautiful articulated paper dolls and sculptures, including this timely dancing Valentine's Day heart ($15). Read the rest

Rebel Bass: Star Wars guitars with Millennium Falcon bodies

Can you imagine playing the Star Wars theme on this baby?

I like big books and I cannot lie embroidery

NiamhyStitches sells a variety of decorative embroidery, including this I Like Big Books and I Cannot Lie hoop, which sells for $23.48. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Disembodied facial-feature candles

London-based Uncanny Art Shop makes realistic-looking candles containing disembodied facial features, some contorted in agonized rictii: there's a male mouth, two female mouths and a pair of ears on a featureless head. Read the rest

D20 and 20,000 Leagues ties

These gorgeous 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and D20 ties are $24 from San Francisco's Binary Winter Read the rest

Custom "Feminist Killjoy" glitter banner

If you don't need this banner, you're probably doing it wrong: $36 from Unicorn Parade of Vancouver. (via Mary Sue) Read the rest

E=MC2 bowtie

Want to wear a bowtie, but afraid it won't be nerdy enough? The $25 Einstein bowtie is just the thing for you. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

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