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Illumi-nation Visors Light Up With Laser Etched Designs

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We tend to relate more to people who are like us. So we can’t quite grasp who would want these visors, but we’re sure they exist. Perhaps people who go to raves? Do kids even go to raves anymore? What’s being 34 done to me?…

Anyway, you’re looking a some “cool” plexiglas visors by an Etsy shop called Illumi-nation. They have intricate laser-etched patterns on them, which light up when the integrated LEDs are powered up. And that’s pretty much all they do. They look… special, and attract attention. They’re a fashion statement of some kind, we suppose. And at $45 to $55 a pop, they’re also not outrageously expensive. The seller is going on vacation until mid-July though, so you won’t be able to place an order until then.

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Make Mini-Landscapes On Your Fingers With These Wooden Rings

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So here’s a novel idea. Etsy seller ‘CliveRoddy’ makes some cool laser-cut high quality birch plywood rings that come in one of three shapes: tree, mountain, or house. You can then combine and stack any of the three to make cool little landscapes on your fingers. Each one of these rings comes in three versions, so in the end you’re left with quite a few possible combinations. It’s quirky and fun… and that’s really all there is to it. It would be better if these rings weren’t made from wood, and feature more things than the three available, but the idea is really neat. It’s $24 for a set of 3 rings, but that’s only of one kind. If you want to combine all three shapes, you’ll have to spend $72.

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LEGO Brick Coffee Table

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It looks like we’re going to be talking about coffee tables today. The LEGO Coffee table is the creation of Easy seller Branching Outward, and is made to order from lacquered wood and comes in a variety of finishes. It measures 28.5 inches x 16 inches x 15 inches, eight in at 48lbs. and costs $375(USD). They’ll ship to the continental US only, so the rest of the world will have to go without this beauty.

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Accio Dice! Harry Potter Wizard’s Monopoly

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It’s taking Parker Brothers long enough to make a Harry Potter-themed edition of Monopoly, so CustomLumos decided to take matters into their own hands. The result? This awesome, one-of-a-kind Monopoly board came that both wizards and muggles can enjoy. The rules remain the same, although the entire game plays out with a touch of magic and mystique.

It starts with the packaging: instead of the usual box, the game comes in a chest instead. From the paper money and actual board itself to the cards and tokens, every little element featured in this custom-made board game has been transformed with a touch of Potter.

Hit the break to check out more pictures of the board game.

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Tie Fighter Rings Looks Great, Costs Two Pretty Pennies, Or Three

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The thing about jewelry is that it’s pretty easy to jack up the prices. Just toss in a bit of precious metal there, a precious stone there, and next thing you know your bank account is empty. Fortunately the Star Wars-inspired Tie Fighter Ring pictured above isn’t quite that expensive, but it sure is pretty. Spending $755 will get you a finger ornament made of fine silver, while pushing the expense up to $2,950 will have you sporting Palladium on your hand. Each one is hand made, and shipped from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Would You Eat Off This China?

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German artist Evelyn Bracklow has an interesting take on what she considers compelling dishware: she’s created a line of porcelain dishes with dozens of carefully hand-painted ants all over them. At a glance, they look pretty real. Here’s her reasoning for it:

“Fear, disgust, fascination and admiration: this very interplay of feelings constitutes the charm of the work. Furthermore, to me, the ants symbolize all the stories that any formerly discarded piece of porcelain carries with it. Where one once dined and drank, today ants bustle in ever new formations, every single one applied with a great love for detail.”

Yeah… the art-speak is a little over our heads, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that her creations are quite unique and could make a cool purchase for anyone with a slightly twisted sense of aesthetic. Pieces start at around $250 on her Etsy store.

Hit the jump for a bunch more pictures and links.

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Hand-shaped Candle Is Just The Thing For Halloween

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With Halloween just around the corner, no doubt some of you are thinking about how to decorate your place for the occasion. How about a candle shaped like a hand with a red center. It looks like it’s bleeding as it burns. It’s modelled after someone’s actual hand, so we’re going to guess it’s about hand-sized. We hope that’s a big hand, because at $51, it’s not cheap.

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Fugglers are Creepy Plush Toys with Fake Human Teeth

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These Fugglers plush toys are the stuff of nightmares. They look all sorts of creepy, no thanks to the fact that their mouths are lined with fake human teeth. Some sport painful-looking grimaces, others wear expressions that scream bloody murder, and one in particular just looks plain crazy.

Clearly they aren’t meant for the kids, but they might make for some interesting decorations come Halloween.

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Custom Handwriting Necklaces: Written Mementos You Can Wear

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A phrase from a love letter. A line from a poem. A few words from a note. Sometimes, they just stick with you, even when the person who wrote them is long gone. You can preserve the sheets, but you can now immortalize bits and pieces of those handwritten mementos by turning them into something wearable. It’s all possible thanks to jewelry artist Brittany Leigh.

The idea came to her when her grandmother passed away. She wanted to make something for her mom that kept the former “close despite her absence,” explaining: “I wanted it to be happy, and beautiful, and capture the essence of my grandmother. I found her handwriting translated all of these things in a wonderful way.”

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