There are those of us who appreciate Star Trek with movie posters and collectibles. But now there’s an entirely new way of showing our appreciation for those aboard the USS Enterprise.
Making dinner can be a real drag if you’re not equipped with the right tools. And one of those tools has got to be a good quality cutting board. But not just any cutting board – a Cutting Boredom cutting board.
If you’re one of 10,000 people living on the small Polynesian island of Tuvalu, you’re now able to pay for your groceries using Star Trek coins.
Cleveland-based Leah Likes has created Texts from Star Trek: The Next Generation, a Tumblr that artfully takes screenshots from the cult series out of context by mashing them up with the often alcohol-fueled Texts from Last Night. Nice!
The Beam Me Up: Star Trek Art Show recently took place in Los Angeles, where over 80 artists took a stab at the sci-fi series in tribute to it. The exhibition has since ended, but the artworks are still viewable — and for sale — online. Obviously we just got distracted by all things Spock. […]
The Enterprise, or er, franchise, has an updated offering for communication-hungry Trekkies: personalized Star Trek email addresses. Yes, this means that for $15 a year, your emails can now boldly go where no email has gone before. You can choose to be part of the indispensable Starfleet crew with a Starfleet.com address, be brave and […]
We think this picture says a lot more about the dog owner than the dog. Whoever owns this dog must be a pretty dedicated Star Trek fan, and it’s likely that they enjoy a nice beer every now and then as well. Whatever the case, this pup sure looks thrilled to be dressed as the […]
If you’ve ever thought about, erm, eating Spock’s face, these meticulous pancakey works by Saipancakes pancake artist Nathan Shield of characters from the original Star Trek series should get you dripping with as much excitement as you can get maple syrup on your plate.
Star Trek Book of Opposites – has there ever been a better book written for trekkie children? I don’t think so. Teaching the basics of opposites with colorful photos used from the original Star Trek series, this book can be loved and appreciated by all age groups. Now we just need the author to write the Next Generation, DS9, and Voyager versions!
The title of Best Mom Ever has officially been won. Julie made her babies these Star Trek and Star Wars felt activity books. With a couple of tribbles, er, quibbles, I have to say these are possibly the only books a toddler could ever need. Now I understand the hipster fetish for Mormon Mommy Blogs. Sign me up for adoption.
My roommate is on a big Star Trek kick, re-watching the entire original series. I forgot how amazing and progressive and ahead-of-its-time it was. Actually, Star Trek: the Next Generation is also just as good. Hopefully Luke Butler will paint images from that series next or superimpose Captain Picard’s head on a nude body of Adonis.