These sandblasted 8-Bit Mario Pint Glasses are $15 each, with a glass question-mark coaster.
Chinese Etsy seller Cbedroom makes digitally printed, two-sided, long-wearing satin bedsets bearing astronomical images, with a variety of tints and colors to match different decor, $148 for duvet cover, two pillowcases, and a sheet (top- or fitted). (via IO9)
The Manhattan Project's Delancey Lamp ($56.25) is part of a whole line of industrial-looking, vintage-y lamps with safety cages and beautiful cords; they also sell the cords separately.
Thinkgeek's Wampa Rug has a pillow head and soft synthetic fur, and is 62" long and 30" wide.
The $30.60 Dark Knight branding iron is made from 3D printed steel and snaps onto the end of a Bic lighter, and is intended for branding Batmannish trade-dress on your school stuff, clothes, books, furniture, etc (Note: not pets or people).
Modern Artifact Decor's crazy USB charger, power outlet and lamp, a kind of artfully smashed together primitive piece with that trouble-caged bulb, big junction-box, toggle-switch (the best switch), and heavy power-cable: $195
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Kassandra bought the books at thrift shops and nailed them in place, double-sided taping the top pages to keep them in place.
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NES tissue box is $25 from Toronto's K8bithero, who combines textiles, nerdery and housewares to brilliant effect.
Thinkgeek's Bronze Spock Business Card Holder ($35) is a 1.3lb lump of high-grade, nerdy polystone desk-decor. The Starfleet uniform cuff is a nice touch! Also works for Klingons/Romulans who can explain that it's a grisly, amputated war-trophy.
Tim Sway turned an old Charlie's Angels pinball machine into a desk, cleverly repurposing the coinbox as a desk safe. It's not the first time he's done this, either: check out his Moon Cresta desk.
These "I Love You"/"I Know" Han/Leia mugs are $34 from Mugoos on Etsy; they're a great wedding/anniversary gift idea.
Thinkgeek's fully operational, 52" Death Star rug is just the thing for your Star Wars play room.
Alexandre writes, "The first set of 34 AIGA symbols was published in 1974, and received a Presidential Design Award; 16 more symbols were added in 1979."
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The Star Trek Mirror Mirror beach towel ($20) features Juan Ortiz's retro-art celebrating one of the greatest classic Star Trek episodes, and the origin of the evil-twin/goatee trope.