Hooded Ewok tank-top


Thinkgeek's Ewok Ladies Hooded Tank Top ($35) is all cotton and tumble-dry. And adorable.

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Princess Leia/Haunted Mansion tee: today only!


Karen Hallion has turned her brilliant Princess Leia as Haunted Mansion stretch-gallery character illustration into a limited-edition t-shirt from Teefury. You can only buy it today! (There's also a poster!)

(via Wil Wheaton)

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Star Wars kigurumi


Thinkgeek sells a line of Star Wars loungers (Boba Fett, Stormtrooper, Darth Vader, $70 each) made of 60% cotton/40% polyester blend -- they're basically Star Wars kigurumis, with two front pockets and a drawstring hood. Stylish loungewear for the Star Wars geek in your life!

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Library check-out card tees


Shopjustwish has a great line of Library Due Date Card tees: there's a women's tee ($20), a men's tee ($20), and even kid sizes ($15).

Student's awesome non-apology for wearing leggings


A student named Chloe Britt was disciplined for violating her school's dress-code by wearing leggings; she was required to fill in a Cultural Revolution-style confessional called a "think sheet" explaining her crime, which she did with a lot of style. "Who was bothered when I broke this rule?" "Mrs Rodgers because she thinks me wearing leggings is more important than me being in class and getting an education." "This is what I could have done instead:" "Nothing. I'm still going to wear leggings." GO CHLOE GO! (via Seanan McGuire)

Octopus hairpiece


Deviantart's Deeed documents the construction and unveiling of her amazing Octopus hairpiece, created and worn for a steampunk ball.

Octopus Hairpiece (via Crazy Abalone)

(Photo: Gillian B Dragancaor)

LED watch with a wooden face and bracelet


Tokyoflash's Kisai Night Vision Wood LED Watch builds on their earlier work with beautiful, carved-wood bracelets, adding a wooden face backed with powerful LEDs whose glow can be seen through the smooth vegetable matter. It's a very futuristic look indeed. The watch charges with USB, and comes in sandal or maple, and it has a preprogrammed LED dance it does twice a day as a little show-offy gesture. They're $150 each.

Kisai Night Vision Wood LED Watch

Tardis soundwave necklace


Chimericgarnish's Doctor Who TARDIS Sound Wave Necklace ($17.22) encodes the vworp vworp sound effect in laser-etched acrylic or mahogany (you choose).

Doctor Who TARDIS Sound Wave Necklace (via Geekymerch)

Fondue-slippers: just dip your feet in this molten PVC


Satsuki Ohata's Fondue Slipper takes a page from the liquid latex set, but uses higher-temp, harder-wearing PVC to produce extremely custom-fit slippers. Right now, they're a work of art; soon, apparently, they will be an article of commerce that you can purchase in kit form.

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Super Mario dress


Koala's $60 Super Mario dress looks lovely. It's screened on both sides. Hand-wash only.

Super Mario Dress (via Geekymerch)

Plush octopus backpack


Jen created this beautiful plush octopus backpack: want. Our kid has a plush octopus from Tokyo Disneysea that looks just like this, only smaller, that we call Doctor Octopustorow.

(via Pipedream Dragon)

Apex Predator Red Shoes with teeth


Red Shoes is a welcome addition to Fantich & Young's Apex Predator sculptures (previously) in which shoe-soles are studded with false teeth in a wonderfully gross echo of hyperdontia (warning, a bit icky). This seems like the kind of thing you could do yourself with some Sugru and some old dentures. In fact, I may have to give it a go. (via Crazy Abalone)

Felted anatomical brooches


Etsy seller Yourorgangrinder, from Brisbane, Australia, made this delightful felted anatomic heart-brooch, which sells for $25; she also does ovaries, teratoma tumors, and eyeballs. (via Geeky Merch)

Internal organs swimsuit

Black Milk, Australia's leading purveyor of anatomical womenswear, has released its Dem Guts Swimsuit, which features a glorious rendering of its wearer's internal organs.

Dem Guts Swimsuit - LIMITED (via Crazy Abalone)

Justice League baby socks


The Justice League Infant Socks 6-Pack ($15) is a pretty sweet new-baby gift, likely to be put to grateful use, and a delight when mix-and-matched (baby-socks being the sort of thing that disappear in the wash because they crumple to the size of a spitball). I still harbor free-floating guilt about some of the awesome baby-clothes we got when Poesy was born, because in the hurly-burly of consta-pooping and grosteque sleeplessness, a ton of them ended up being outgrown before they were worn. The exceptions: socks and onesies.

Justice League Infant Socks 6-Pack