The decomposition book looks just like the composition book, but it’s way cooler. It’s made from one hunded percent post-consumer recycled paper and produced with a little help from biogas, which comes from … wait for it … decaying matter.
ThinkGeek has gone and done what many never imagined and few ever accomplished: improved one of humankind’s most genius inventions – the candle. Yes, their skull-shaped candle, which drips red wax out of the eye socket as it burns, is quite possibly the awesomest candle ever. And reasonably priced as well. Happy Halloween!
Online store ThinkGeek is selling brain specimen coasters that will be a hoot in parties involving neurosurgeons, psychologists, zombies, and psychopaths named Hannibal.
When his loving girlfriend banished all of his geeky stuff down in the basement, Imgur user ‘Ohhaibroadcast’ decided to get some payback and wage some guerilla warfare. His troops? A LEGO X-Wing pilot and a couple of other toys who know a thing or two about stealth.
The moss is strong with this one. At first, you might think these terrariums are your plain, old coffee table décor, but take a closer look and you’ll see lightsaber duels and wizard battles taking place!
If the woman you love says yes to having R2D2, or an X-Wing, or a TIE Fighter as an engagement ring, then goddamit man, you marry the heck out of her! In this exclusive interview with geeky jewelry maker, Paul Michael Bierker, he talks about his design process as well as his favorite pieces from […]
If you really want to be hands-on in the upbringing of your child, why not design his/her toys yourself? Which is what computer programmer and geeky dad, Jonathan M. Gruberman, did for his son. He created a set of alphabet blocks, ingrained with pop culture references the kid can grow up with. In this exclusive interview, we asked him more about his cool parenting style and got a behind-the-scenes look (read?) of how the alphabet blocks came to be. [Read our original post about these blocks here]
Geek dads and geek-dads-to-be, rejoice for we have found a way to educate our sons and daughters to be just like us. Computer programmer and bioinformatician Jonathan M. Gruberman decided to be really hands on in the upbringing and education of his newborn son. So together with the missus (she insisted cats are a must in the blocks), they created a set of alphabet blocks, ingrained with the iconic images of things they wanted to share with their child.
If you think your packed lunches are boring and dull, take some lessons from stay-at-home-mom-turned-Bento-artist Samantha Lee. In 2008, she started making food art to encourage her daughter to eat independently while mommy tends to her little sister. Samantha says that she did not have any professional culinary training and she used only knives and scissors to cut up ingredients for her dishes.
And yes, they included Pluto. Take that, NASA! This is the Planetary Glass Set from Think Geek. Each glass represents a planet from our solar system, plus the Sun and Pluto. It’s great for astronomers, astronauts, and people still hung up over Interstellar. The set is available here for $49.99.
We’ve all seen the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and we all basically geeked out. Now let’s all just calm down and relax on this Millennium Falcon rug as we impatiently await December 2015. This six-and-a-half feet long rug is perfect for any Star Wars fan’s living room, office, or den. If […]
Ever wondered what justice smells like? Apparently, it’s vanilla. Online store Think Geek is selling Batman Air Fresheners that’ll have your car smelling like the Batmobile itself!
Previously an April fool’s gag, Think Geek has finally come to its senses and given the people what they want: The Flux Capacitor from the ‘Back to the Future’ trilogy! Correction: The Flux Capacitor USB Car Charger!
If you’re the sort who’s a bit of a control freak about how every single stalk of celery that lands on your chopping board always has to be the same exact length, we found an OCD Chef cutting board in the Think Geek store and thought you might like it. Why? It comes with measurements […]
Maybe we’re just too cool for new school. Maybe we’re just tired of getting motion sickness in a perfectly still, motionless cinema hall. Yes, 3D movies make us want to throw up, and Think Geek has these marvellous 2D glasses with radial polarised optics that show just the right eye image to both eyes, so the 3D effect never has to destroy your moviegoing experience. Of course, you could simply go to a 2D movie screening instead. But you know, at least you have options.