One of the most memorable scenes in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, is when Han Solo kept Luke Skywalker from freezing to death, by sticking him amongst the worm-like guts of a tauntaun. So, Tauntaun Cookies with gummy worm organs makes perfect sense.
When he’s not helping to save a universe or projecting holograms of pretty princesses, R2-D2 can make a handy drink servant… Just ask Jabba.
The R2-D2 Mini-Fridge is not only an exact replica of our favorite little droid, but it’s a fully-functional drink cooler/robot slave.
But wait, there’s more… Just like the real thing, the droid fridge will bring your drinks to you via remote control — so there’s no need to move. Just like Jabba.
It’s not for sale yet, but check it out.
We were once teased with a fake Han Solo in carbonite refrigerator, and we’ve pined for its existence ever since.
Now, even though it’s a bit smaller, the Han Solo in Carbonite Refrigerator now exists. The mini-fridge depicts Jabba The Hutt’s favorite trophy, and will hold up to 18 cans of your favorite beverage.
Perfect for a Star Wars fan with a small apartment, or if you need to keep a few beverages cool in your evil lair (office cubicle). Check it out here.
Inspired by the elegant minimalism of Imperial Stormtroopers, Swedish artist Eszter Imre created a series of coffee cups.
Cups For The Empire is a set of porcelain coffee mugs and espresso cups with a Stormtrooper’s helmet in mind. The horizontal black stripe and the cups’ curves mimics those found on the trooper’s head.
The best part, is that at the bottom of each piece of drinkware, is an Imperial logo. Imperialism… good to the last drop.