AT-AT stretched piercing plugs


If you liked the Storm Trooper plugs for stretched piercings, you'll love the 3D printed AT-AT plugs from Pittsburgh's Ojingo Studios, who also make copper skulls entombed in perspex and 3D printed maneki nekos.

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WATCH: How to remove a ring stuck on a finger with dental floss

Everyone should know how to do this.

Smog Rings vs. Quisp Meteorite Ring

A Dutch artist plans to make a ring out of compressed Chinese smog, which is even cooler than the Quisp meteorite ring which came in boxes of the cereal in the 1960s. By Mark Frauenfelder

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Kickstarting fine jewelry made by scanning animal skulls

Fire and Bone's repeating its previous Kickstarter success with a new collection of 3D scanned skulls (including velociraptors!) that are turned into lost-wax molds through 3D printing, available in finished form as yellow/white bronze and silver.

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Adjustable Pac Man and ghost ring


Silverholic's adjustable Pac Man rings come in silver- or gold-plated brass for $11 (price includes gift-box). (via Geeky Merch)

Cast metal Lego brick charm


They're $20 from Thinkgeek, and are made of a "silvertone metal alloy," whatever that is.

Multi-layered, laser-cut art and jewelry


Mtomsky's laser-cut art runs a gamut, from sweet, modest brooches like the $20.70 woodland squirrel to larger, more ambitious sculptural pieces from the wonderful mounted fish ($290); to massive spectacular pieces like the Warm Welcome ($580) and the hugely ambitious Deep Slumber ($4041).

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Rubber DSLR camera necklace/USB drive


This adorable camera necklace is also a 4GB flash drive. It comes in Canon, Nikon, and Sony, and is made from lightweight rubber by Etsy seller Tuesdays and Fridays, who charges $28 for it (the 8GB version is $33). (via Geekymerch)

Paper sculptures and jewelry from discarded books


Book Art Necklace

These paper sculptures made from discarded books are the creation of Malena Valcarcel, whose work includes beautiful sculptures and wonderful, bookish jewelry.

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3D printed Princess Bubblegum crown


The Princess Bubblegum Crown, $30 from Etsy's Carry The What, is a pretty sweet fashion accessory for the Adventure Time fan who's got everything. You can download and print your own, if you've got a 3D printer.

Solid gold DNA-strand rings


Zanders Creations' solid 18k gold DNA Strand Ring starts at $750 and is available in four colors. The image is a computer render, and the Arizona-based team that makes the rings consists of a 3D artist and a jeweler who collaborate on some very beautiful pieces.

HTML head-tag earrings


Etsy seller Nights Requiem makes these $5, 10mm <head>/</head> earrings with antiqued silver bezels (there's also a $5.50 14mm version). (via Geekymerch)

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Cosmetic surgery to improve engagement ring selfies

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Plastic surgeons are seeing an increase in "hand lifts," a trend some doctors think is fueled by the desire to post a good engagement ring photo on social media, according to Elle magazine and WFSB.

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)

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)