Wait, what?

Looks like you came here from Geekosystem. Don't worry, everything is still here. We've just combined forces with The Mary Sue to bring you more and better content, all in one place.

jewelry

  1. If You Are Lacking In High Quality Transformers or Knight Rider Jewelry, Your Time Has Come

    Keep your scanners peeled!

    The talented folks at CustomMade (whose work we've featured before) recently joined forces with blogger Nicole Wakelin to design some swanky rings inspired by her favorite sci-fi cars. The results may well be the torque of the town. I regret nothing.

    Read More
  2. I Want One Of These 3D Printed Geeky Rings For Every Single One Of My Fingers

    You're not hardcore unless you accessorize hardcore.

    Surface Defect's Simon Allan, a CGI artist and sculptor, says his creations are “inspired by many different things. Outsider art, Weird Fiction from the early 20th century, science fiction. I am interested in the stories that might happen just out of sight of the normal world.”

    Read More
  3. We’re Gonna Need Someone To Buy Us All of These Nostalgic Necklaces, Stat

    We'll just have to go on an Open World quest for all of them now, right?

    The dream of the '90s isn't just alive in Portland anymore, okay guys? It's also flourishing over at Von Trash Jewelry, where you can buy expertly crafted homages to your favorite 20-year-old video games, movies, and TV shows. Aw man, and I just got the Hey Arnold! theme song out of my head from when I used to watch it as a kid! It's gonna be in there for another 18 years, now!

    Read More
  4. We Promise These Sailor Moon Rings Are Not A Plot To Steal Your Energy

    We don't recommend throwing them frisbee-style, either.

    The way I figure it, I have ten fingers. There are ten Sailor Senshi (within our solar system, at least). Do you see where my logic is headed?

    Read More
  5. Things We Saw Today: Official Lantern Corps Rings

    Things We Saw Today

    New Lantern rings available at Silver Age Jewellery made by Guild Jewelry. Superpowers not included.

    Read More
  6. The Mary Sue Exclusive: Game of Thrones House Martell Sigil Necklace From Pyrrha

    The Mary Sue Exclusive

    Designers Wade Papin and Danielle Wilmore of Pyrrha struck a deal with HBO recently to create jewelry inspired by the hit series Game of Thrones. When we first posted about it, fans asked "Where's House Martell!?" The wait is over. HBO has given us this exclusive first reveal of their latest talisman necklace emblazoned with the House Martell sigil and words: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken. SOB! Click ahead for a closer look... 

    Read More
  7. Geeky Jewelry For If You Want to Wear a Dinosaur Around Your Neck

    hold on to your butts

    And who doesn't, amirite? Etsy seller ChimericGarnish also has other geeky necklaces, included but not limited to: Fractals. Chemistry. And a visual representation of the TARDIS' iconic VWORP VWORP. Check 'em out behind the jump.

    Read More
  8. Things We Saw Today: Teenage Mullet Peter Dinklage

    Things We Saw Today

    Redditor cameroncrazy85 found this bemullet'ed picture of Peter Dinklage from the actor's 1987 high school yearbook. Now I'm imagining Tywin—no, not Tyrion, Tywin—Lannister with that haircut. Someone stop me. Or Photoshop it. Either way. (The Wrap)

    Read More
  9. Things We Saw Today: The Golden Compass Alethiometer Tattoo

    Things We Saw Today

    His Dark Materials fans, come forth! (by Carrie Olson of the 920 Tattoo Company, via io9)

    Read More
  10. How the History Channel’s Vikings Inspired Street Style

    Not all that glitters is gold

    Vogue and Elle online run stories lately about how Game of ThronesSpartacus: Blood and Sand, and The Borgias impact runways. (Cue shots of models sashaying down runways in pseudo-medieval silks and "armor-inspired" leggings with only the most tenuous link to anything actually worn on the show.) “Get Cersei Lannister's Look” and “Gauzy Gowns Echo Spartacus’ Style” run the click bait captions. We can debate how much actually translates down into any literal street style; the real impact is subtler—maybe best demonstrated by fans of Vikings, on the History Channel.

    Read More
© 2014 The Mary Sue   |   About UsAdvertiseNewsletterJobsContributorsComment PolicyPrivacyUser AgreementDisclaimerContactArchives RSS

Dan Abrams, Founder
  1. Mediaite
  2. Gossip Cop
  3. Styleite
  4. SportsGrid
  5. The Mary Sue
  6. The Maude
  7. The Braiser