Santa Maul is delightfully elite in his tastes, but he cannot help but be charmed by this Death Star Ornament. It will add just the perfect touch of destructive whimsy to any Sithmas tree. The creator has even posted instructions if you desire to create one yourself – or for an internet-unsavvy friend.
Also interesting, for those who require their presents to stimulate even the most jaded of grown-up children, is perhaps io9’s guide to holiday lightsaber shopping.
Quotables. Alice in Wonderland producer Richard D. Zanuck calls George Lucas “the Thomas Edison of our time.”
Weequay Thranta Fambaa. A girl on German game show can ID Lego action figures with her mouth. That’s a skill that’ll take her far. (via)
Under the stars. Take a peek at this Star Wars nursery.
Well, it is kind of true. Yoda is one of Cracked’s 6 famous movie wisemen who were totally full of shit.
A tribute to Andy Warhol by Mike Stimpson (aka Balakov on Flickr.)
This Mara Jade minifig is a custom creation of Andrew Becraft, aka Dunechaser, one of the contributors over at The Brothers Brick. (He has a Kyle Katarn, too.)
Or death? Cake Wrecks went on a Star Wars twofer last week. First the bad cakes, then the good ones. At right, one of the more disturbing cakes, which I’m pretty sure is what happens when Yoda mates with a certain fertility idol.
Madness! Artist and Lego maestro Craig Stevens recently finished a minifig scale Rebel Blockade Runner that measures in at a whooping twelve feet long. And that’s only one of his Star Wars creations, which also includes the Millennium Falcon. (via)
So Gizmodo claims, anyway. We’re not Rebelscum, so I have no idea. Nice eye candy, anyway.