The campaign wanted only €500 to fund; with three weeks still on the clock, more than €3,000 has been pledged. There are more details on the pitch page.
Brass, wood and jetpacks; that’s what the Rocketeer uses to bring advanced 1930s technology to life.
Does your apartment have light switches that are little plastic levers? If so, good news, as you can go all steampunk with them!
Lathrop Custom Designs does not have a vast collection of items for sale on Etsy, but those few items on display are exquisite.
Your sci-fi wargame needs a dramatic background, and for practical reasons, it would be advantageous if the background was also a lamp that could cast a friendly glow.
Interestingly, the plastic in this model is quite new to us and designed to be naturally decomposing plastic. There’s no negative impact on the quality of the product, but it means the worst-case scenario of poor Harley ending up in a landfill that it can (eventually) biodegrade.
Did you know your life might be better if it had a glowing polyhedron on your desk?
Here at Geek Native HQ, we have several cheeky faces from Smoko that light our way.
Tom BetGeorge created a free Halloween light show to raise money from the McHenry House, a family shelter in Tracy, California.
Sometimes you really need a little light behind you.