From gearheads to Gears of War players, these cast iron Gear Objects appeal to all geeks; they’re Industrial Revolution-era replicas and can serve as bookends, doorstops, or decor.
Lamponi’s Lamps are high-end, lighthearted lights; one-of-a-kind and made from vintage pieces, his lamps include everything from repurposed scooters to aluminum aircraft.
Kolja Clemens turns a play on words into a squadron on the wall with her Tempelhof Airplane Hangers, named after an airport in Berlin; each bomber/hook is made out of aluminum.
The office task lamp gets supersized with Itre’s Great JJ Lamp; nobody will be swiping this from your desk, assuming you can fit it on there: it stands 14 feet tall and is outdoor friendly.
Man-cave friendly and eco-friendly, no animals were harmed in the making of these Aluminum Antler Lamp Bases; in fact, they were probably helped as the metal is recycled.
Multiplayer decor at its finest, hangUp not only gives gamers a place to stow their capes and cloaks but sports ball-tops that can be swapped with any other arcade ball-tops.
Remodel on the fly with Amirkhan Abdurakhmanov’s Change It! concept; it’s basically a wall made with three-sided pixels that rotate between black, white, and colored sides.
Make books like War and Peace even denser than they already are with these Vise Bookends; made out of solid iron, each set features turnable steel screws and wooden handles.
That’s no moon…it’s a wall decal: the giant sticker purveyors at Fathead have created a (not) fully operational 4’2″ x 4’2″ Death Star Wall Graphic; small, one-man fighters not included.
Because titanium ninja star walls = R.U.P.: Karim Rashid’s Alloy wall tiles blow away boring paint and wallpaper with 8 designs and metal finishes including titanium, steel, copper, and brass.
Mitchell Collet’s sculptures aren’t just any old car parts; they’re slices of automotive history, including the side panel from a 1967 Honda R300 or the grille of a 1961 Aston Martin Zagato.
If you prefer ohms to ornaments, Evil Mad Scientist Labs has decked their tree with resistors and other electronic components; got other holiday plans? Check out the LED Menorah Kit.
Those of us living on Awesome Avenue can finally mark our man caves: Underground Signs creates replica enamel-painted, 8-gauge aluminum NYC Subway signs up to 8 feet long.
Volkswagen guts and Spitfire innards make you giddy? Surface View offers Haynes Manual Graphics prints and wall covers; they’re based on the renowned DIY tomes of the same name.
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