Are too!

The bicycle helmet to end all bicycle helmets:

Star Wars bike helmet

Among other things, this is a dramatic demonstration that the “pastry artist” at your local bakery might have higher ambitions than your kid’s birthday cake. Then again, your local bakery may not be like this.

(Via Geekadelphia; the artist has a How I Did It page here.)


  1. fillyjonk »

    21 August 2011 · 1:59 pm

    That’s wonderful. I would think if such things were more widely available, more people would willingly wear bike helmets for cycling.

  2. McGehee »

    21 August 2011 · 4:40 pm

    I’m gonna need more time to just look at that.

    And the helmet too.

  3. Philly Art Girl »

    21 August 2011 · 4:50 pm

    I love that you blogged about this, thank you so much!!! I should mention that it’s a *scooter* helmet :). I have a bike, but I rarely ride it ’cause the scooter is so much fun (especially fun now that I’ve made the helmet).

  4. Jeffro »

    21 August 2011 · 5:11 pm

    I think I’m really just like any other nerd out there; holed up at home waiting patiently for the zombie apocalypse, day dreaming about how bad ass it’s going to look when I kill like 27 zombies in less than a minute. You know, pretty typical stuff.

    Whew! Be still my beating heart!

  5. Tatyana »

    22 August 2011 · 6:50 am

    Prepping, painting and lacquering a mundane utilitarian object: 10 hrs
    Cost of supplies, free time (expressed in unearned compensation): $40
    Soliciting friends’ time, supplies and expenses for gadgets for same object: 10hrs or $60, whichever is less

    Getting numerous men’ hearts beating hard: priceless

  6. CGHill »

    22 August 2011 · 7:05 am

    A curious realm, economics.

  7. nightfly »

    22 August 2011 · 4:25 pm

    Whoa – cool, did you guys notice the R2D2 helmet?

  8. CGHill »

    22 August 2011 · 4:27 pm

    You mean the utilitarian object formerly known as mundane?

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