A pendant of Link with his trusty hookshot serving as a chain, what’s not to like? It’s a lot friendlier than my original idea, which was based on Attack On Titan (where you are the titan). You could probably do a standalone hookshot necklace, but the addition of the character truly completes this design.
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This is a jewelry box that features a built-in Ring of Power which illuminates when the box is open, sort of like a fridge light. It sits on a perch (which houses the LEDs and batteries), looking over a reservoir for other jewelry.
Continue reading ➞ Lord Of The Rings Jewelry Box
Above is the completed Jabba necklace, made by Rude and Reckless (more info here). The original concept was posted here, where Jabba being strangled by a chain in Return of the Jedi would make for a nice chain necklace. It looks outstanding! Strangulation makes for great bling.
Argh. Nobody makes this. Not even those Etsy folks! This should be like, the top-selling ring in the whole world (for people 28 and older). Or perhaps I am overestimating the popularity of Inspector Gadget.
UPDATE: You can now grab one here.
This edition of Geek Bling features the friendly neighborhood webhead, who is no stranger to necklaces/chains, but for some reason no one has made the chain itself the web, at least in this obvious a fashion.
The design and pose is based on the 60’s cartoon, which has now been reduced to fodder for internet memes. I have a soft spot for the poorly-animated series, because I feel it was the first ever motion comic (and likely intended as such), not a traditionally animated cartoon.
Nearly had a few of my past Geek Bling designs made, which I would have made available here like I did my hockey jerseys. But alas, can’t seem to find a willing jewelry maker. Hopefully one day I can arrange something for interested people.
Thanks to color e-ink displays, a Game & Watch wristwatch is something that could be done today. It would display time when not being played with, and could be home to several G&W games that primarily used left and right as the controls.
A single button would be used to toggle left or right. Originally I had the Nintendo logo on the button, but it could be rubbed off with a lot of play. Or it would be uncomfortable if the logo was engraved into the button.
These Donkey Kong jeans would feature stitching that looks just like the steel girders and ladders from the game, as well as barrel-looking fasteners and buttons. Perhaps the odd embroidered character too.
For me I would limit this style to the jean pockets, though I imagine the girls could sport a pair of jeans that were fully encompassed in this kind of stitching. This design would work best on darker-colored denims.
Maybe DKNY could make these?