This gorgeous ring from Copperbeard Jewelry is a real conversation starter. Its sparkly blue goldstone center looks like a star-dappled night sky, surrounded by a tungsten band with a laser-etched Damascus pattern and blue plating. Blue goldstone is also said to symbolize victory, bringing wisdom, courage, and energy.
This unique wristwatch features a design inspired by the ancient constellation, Argo. Its layered dial has cutouts reminiscent of stars, and the whole thing glows brightly in the dark thanks to a Super-LumiNova BGW9 pigment. It has a 24-second Miyota movement seen through its case back.
Make the ceiling of your home theater, car, or other space look like a dark night sky with one of these twinkly fiber optic light kits from AMKI. They come in sizes from 400 to 835 points of light, each along with a bright 32-watt LED RGB/W light engine. You’ll need a drop ceiling or a false headliner to poke the fibers through.
A holoscope is a mirrored box you can peer into and view kaleidoscopic images which reflect off of its walls. In this clip from Vitalius Space, he shows us how to build a simple cube-shaped holoscope which produces an infinite starry sky effect inside. With enough skill and patience, it’s possible to build more complex versions.
A while back, Vincent Brady created an otherworldly time-lapse video featuring night skies captured via a special 4-camera rig. He since remastered the clip in 4K, added new effects, and improved its visual fidelity. Be sure to check out the 360º/VR companion piece.
We love the perspectives in the latest vid from Harun Mehmedinovic and Gavin Heffernan of the Skyglow Project. Here, they offer a glimpse into what our evenings might have been like if we had lived with the ancient Anasazi. Bonus: an appearance at 1:03 by something bloody good.
We love the celestial background and colorful faceted backs on these cards by illustrator Iryna Semenova. The gemstone suits feature sapphire spades, ruby hearts, emerald clubs, and diamond diamonds. Now we want some Lucky Charms. Pre-order now for shipping starting 7/1/19.
Best Made Co. and illustrator Ross MacDonald present a limited-edition series of enamel-coated steel dinnerware, featuring a rich blue backdrop and constellation imagery, inspired by the night sky while camping out. Available in mugs, plates, and bowls, each sold in sets of two.