La pasión por los Legos es algo que a veces no tiene límite, sobre todo cuando relacionamos Lego con Star Wars. Hemos visto cómo son destruidas enormes réplicas de destructores estelares y estrellas de la muerte gigantes, pero ahora es el turno de ver la creación, pieza a pieza, de un gigantesco AT-AT hecho con Lego.
Lego sells some impressively large and obscenely expensive models (the $800 Super Star Destroyer comes to mind) but the company does have its limits. Its largest AT-AT set tops out at 1,000 pieces, but this custom build pushes that to well over 6,000, which explains why it’s so gloriously detailed.
Who wants to be bothered walking a dog, changing a cat’s kitty litter, or cleaning a fish tank when all this remote control walking AT-AT needs is an occasional new set of nine batteries? It’s the perfect pet, and is guaranteed to never go crazy during a thunderstorm.
The exact reason why people feel the need to adorn their lawns and gardens with ceramic gnomes may never be known, but maybe it's a not-so-secret way to show their allegiance towards a race of tiny human-like fantasy creatures? If that's the case, why not instead display your loyalties for something a little more…
If it weren't so adorable with that candied nose and cookie antlers, this gingerbread AT-AT Walker would look ready to storm the sugary plains of Hoth.
Keep grubby Ewoks out of your booze with this handsome liquor cabinet by artist Colin Johnson. The Emperor's Cabinet adds a geeky touch of class to any space while keeping your wet bar hidden away.
"Captain Bayley" (alias for a UK-based maker named Mark) created this gorgeous steampunk AT-AT sculpture/custom toy as an engagement gift for his lady love, Caroline. Hang on to that one, Caroline.
Star Wars makes us all better, happier people. Proof: Stephanie Kaloi's four-year-old son just underwent surgery on both of his legs so he needed a walker and knee immobilizers to walk. The problem was that her son had previously associated the walker with pain, so he was never happy using it. But after it was…
How do Stormtroopers get to work? Illustrator Mattias Adolfsson interprets Star Wars vehicles through his own elaborately mechanized lens and then places them in witty scenes where they serve as more mundane vehicles for minions of the Galactic Empire.
After risking their lives taking down Imperial Walkers, a rebel deserves some small souvenir of their service—or maybe a giant souvenir. Father of Cain Art devised these wall-ready Star Wars trophies, assuring us that "Many Star Wars vehicles were damaged during the making of this taxidermy."
There's countless ways to be an awesome dad, but they're all pretty pointless now that Derek Dutilly has built this fantastic Star Wars AT-AT bunk bed for his son. All the ponies in the world couldn't compete with this creation.
Force your cat to become a Star Wars fan with this amazing Imperial CAT-AT! Just think of the roleplaying possibilites you and your feline can partake in with this rig. Now all they need is an Ewok Treehouse Cat Tree, and you can recreate the entire ending of Return of the Jedi. This beautiful construction was…
I really wish this Imperial AT-AT Volkswagen Van were real. Because then I would be able to stomp on all those hipster Ewoks who live around me. Especially that guy who smells like Chewbacca and is always sitting at the coffee place without ordering anything.
Most liquor cabinets are good. They tend to be filled with booze, which is a great starting point. But this Imperial Walker cupboard should have your family simultaneously drunk and quoting Star Wars. What better?
Halloween was a hoot this year, but Angie never looked any of us in the eye ever again.
So much news passes before our collective eyes every day that we couldn't possibly cover it all. Mostly because much of it isn't worth covering! But here are a some borderline tidbits we passed on, just in case.
What a name: AT-AT for America. Says it all, really. The project is due to make an appearance on Kickstarter next week, when you'll have your chance to throw some money behind the good cause.