Add a little space to your desk with this playful astronaut lamp from Paladone. The tiny moon man takes his spacewalk at the end of an adjustable gooseneck, as he floats above the lunar textured base below. Runs on USB or 3 AAA batteries, so it’s definitely just an accent light.
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Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park and its movie adaptation are both ’90s babies. ThinkGeek swathes the franchise in its decade’s rad graphics in this officially licensed retro hoodie. It has the Jurassic Park logo on the chest and prints on the sleeves and hood lining.
While its proportions are a little questionable, fans of the classic film The Iron Giant, rum, and fruit juice will still want to add this sweet ceramic tiki cup to their collection. It holds 28oz. of your favorite drink, and has a cool metallic sheen and bright eyeballs.
One of ThinkGeek’s April Fools jokes. This clock features a very accurate replica of the sun from one of the planets that Rick and the Smiths visited in Rick and Morty. When the alarm goes off, the sun comes up and then screams nonstop for 42 hours.
Video game publishers want us to get hooked on loot boxes and microtransactions. But you can turn the tables and remove the RNG with ThinkGeek’s officially licensed Overwatch Loot Box cookie jar. As far as you’re concerned, every item inside can be Legendary.
As expected, Nintendo delivered another classic game with Super Mario Odyssey. ThinkGeek lets you bring the game’s new and imaginative mechanics home with this wearable Cappy hat. If you don’t have a Switch yet, you can also get the hat as part of a console bundle.
As you can tell by their accents, the Imperials love tea time. ThinkGeek commissioned a weapon that annihilates productivity in the name of that sacred tradition. This ceramic set consists of a 12oz teapot and 6oz mug that can be stacked to look like the Death Star.
ThinkGeek presents a unique take on the traditional hourglass with a version that’s filled with magnetic filings instead of sand. As the tiny metal particles fall to the bottom, they stand up forming unusual organic shapes. Keep in mind that it’s not for actual timekeeping.
The perfect place for keeping your stash of post-apocalyptic soft drinks, this desktop mini refrigerator holds up to a dozen cans of soda, or a mix of cans and bottles. An optional light you can place on top helps guide your way through the wasteland to cold refreshment.