Things We Saw Today: Medieval Weapon Hair Accessories Are Adorable, Terrifying
Customized options available; needle here I come!
These hair styling sticks are made of 8″ solid oak shafts topped with 3D printed PLA plastic; every teen-tiny battle axe and war hammer is also painted, assembled and stained by hand. Etsy shop Reaction Designs says “customized options are available upon request. So if you want maces, pickaxes, long swords, great swords, spears, arrows, or any other weapon you can think of (including any and all weapons from Games, TV, or Movies) or wish to request a custom paint job, simply contact me directly to begin a custom project.” (via Fashionably Geek)
- In the market for a 16th-century French castle? Le Château de Vigny could be yours for a mere $5.6 million (don’t worry, the moat’s included). (via Boing Boing)
- Wired takes a look at the magician gender gap and showcases some of the world’s best female magicians.
Check out Babs Tarr’s rad art for this year’s WonderCon Anaheim Program Book Cover! Will you be there to see her in person? (via ComicsBeat)
- ’90s recess staples Skip-It and Twister are making a comeback with a wearable fitness tracker. Anyone else always more of a Bop It kid? (via ToyLand)
- Female wrestler A.J. Lee is taking a stand against the WWE’s gender wage gap. (via TIME)
What would your 16th century French castle be without a 1:1 scale hippopotamus couch? You have to fill the moat with something! (via Neatorama)