AWE me shows us how to make a teapot from a Victorian galaxy far, far away. They built an Artoo body around a teapot using aluminum bars and sheets, epoxy, a cake bowl and bits and bobs from a junkyard.
It’s not the fridge you need, nor the one you deserve. Haier’s officially licensed life-size R2-D2 scale model zips around via remote control, has a hidden mini refrigerator with room for six cans, and emits Artoo’s lights and sounds.
Probably not official Star Wars merch, but it could still be the droid costume that you’re looking for. It zips up all the way to the top of the hood. All you have to do is mimic Artoo’s sound.
Not only do the blue and white markings on this budgie make this bird look sort of like R2-D2, but it has an uncanny ability to sound just like everyone’s favorite little maintenance droid.
We’ve always thought R2-D2 was a peace-loving little droid, but after seeing him on the streets of GTA IV laying waste to innocent civilians, we wonder if he’s got a little Dark Side in him after all.
Fix your drink with a frozen droid using this officially licensed ice tray. Measuring 6″ x 4″ x 1″, the mold can be used to make 1 large and 4 small Artoo-shaped ice cubes or other goodies at once.
Kevin Tong’s A Linch Pin Droid features an exploded view of everyone’s favorite astromech droid, R2-D2. The screen printed poster measures 24″x 36″ and was made using glow in the dark ink.
Sure, it’s not even Halloween yet, but it’s never too early to start decorating for Christmas, right? Actually, it is. Keep these R2-D2 light strings in your closet until after Turkey Day.
His kids don’t know what to make of it, but this man has made the costume to end all costumes. His motorized Artoo emits bleeps and lights up, and even has internal fans to cool the occupant.
This limited-edition Motorola Droid 2 is decked out in the style of everyone’s favorite R2 unit, including a back that looks a little like R2 if you had run him over with a steamroller.
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