As captured by
Boing Boing’s Xeni in San Francisco, a window display that doesn’t exactly make us think of fashion… Though it is pretty cool.
Packed in like sardines is a collection of droids in every color from Don Solo.
Since it’s Monday after a holiday weekend, I figure we might as well just shrug it off with some cute: the
Yoda Bot, Princess Leia Bot and Chewbacca from Bolts and Bots. Check their blog, Etsy, or Flickr for more bot creations.
To start us off, here are some adorable
Star Wars cupcakes created by Dottylicious and photgraphed by Red Wolf.
Next, a Lego
Star Wars cake by Meg, who has several to her name. Star Wars cakes
A Han in Carbonite groom’s cake photographed by
And last but by no means least, Fionnuala &
Scott Thompson’s multi-level Star Wars wedding cake. (Be sure to click through for detail shots!)
Find even more in the
group, or our own Star Wars Cakes cake– related tags.
Here’s one for all you collectors to envy –
the . He even has Star Wars loft of Flickr user eyeSPIVE books!
So Gizmodo claims, anyway. We’re not Rebelscum, so I have no idea. Nice eye candy, anyway.
io9 discovered the art project FIELD – 1301 fluorescent bulbs planted on a British farm, powered from above by power lines. Artist Richard Box was inspired by – what else? – tales of lightsaber games. The actual field, circa 2004, is long gone, but you can see more pictures at Box’s website.
AT-ATs: not just for xmas is making the internet rounds. Cute, no?
StarWars.com Flickr has quite a few pictures from last weekend’s convention. And check out more on Flickr from Steve Rhodes, Deborah Beckman, Sherrie Thai, Omar Gutierrez and Tram Truong.
Rounding off the con, io9 has gathered
their favorite NYCC costumes, including several and an entire section devoted to Star Wars folks Jayne hats. (Photo by Ellen Wright.)