Inspired by his favorite Star Wars’ conceptual artists – Joe Johnston, Ralph McQuarrie and Ryan Church Homer Liwag, who designed the Indiana Jones engagement ring for his Fiancé, designed a new ring for himself a Star Wars Inspired Wedding Band.
Designer Victor Soto created this CG design concept of the iRing. Combining the stylish look of an Apple product with the functionality of a wireless Bluetooth. The iRing connects to your iPod and iPhone and allows you to control playback and volume on any of your Apple media devices. The iRing features a bright OLED status display with touch-sensitive function strip, and a rechargeable battery life of up to 2 days. Conveniently recharge your iRing using the included cradle. Its minimal size and unique ring-lock mechanism make it an ideal companion for charging and storing your iRing. A cradle helps you to recharge the iRing and a locking feature allows you to lock the controls on the back of the ring.
DeviantArt user Fire-Readhead
‘s fiance custom designed this Decepticon engagement ring with the help of jeweler TheBoog17
who also happens to be on DeviantArt. The ring entitled, Evil Robot Organization, was custom made using 3Design CAD CAM software and cast in 14k white gold by Gipson Diamond Jewelers
. Designed to look like the symbol of an evil robot organization. The mask setting is two sided, and the prongs holding the Moissanite gemstone in place are the robot’s horns.
Bride Jennifer had her Zelda themed wedding ring custom made by Roger & Hollands using a design she created in Photoshop. You can see the iconic triforce symbol made up of diamonds. Jennifer says, “It turned out mostly like my picture though the marquis stones should have been more pointed and the wings should have been 3 parts starting smaller and getting bigger going out. All the stones are sapphire and the band is 14k white gold with yellow gold wings and cost a total of $2005.”
Designer Chris Myles creates an entire collection inspired by nerd culture. His new line of rings and pendants offer tribute to Assassin’s Creed, Portal 2, and even a Portal 2/Hello Kitty mashup. His online store
uses Shapeways 3D printing to create these nerd inspired rings. He notes, however, that the rings in the pictures have been detail painted – the Shapeways parts will NOT be. They will be one solid color. like the photo below. See the quick and easy painting guide
Not being able to find the right ring in time redditor Homerliwag
decided to do what any other man would do in the same situation, and offer his girlfriend a ring box with nothing but a tiny bag of sand inside, and tell her Indiana Jones must have gotten there first.