"Crafting" is historically something only done by geeks and witches, and now that Neve Campbell's dead, it's really only the geeks. So, take out your contacts, put on your glasses, and check out World of Geekcraft.
Designed, illustrated, and photographed by local poindexters Public School, WoG poses 25 video-game, pop-culture, and just-plain-goofy DIY projects that range in difficulty from Not A Jedi Yet (beginner), to One Up (intermediate), to Warp Speed, a bag-full of which made The All-American Rejects totally popular during last year's tour. N00b-fodder includes simple 4-step POW! and BAM! magnets, a visored/shoulder-padded Battlestar Galactica Cylon hoodie, and snow-globe style terrariums of Star Wars planets Hoth, Tatooine, and Endor, finally putting a lid on the biggest thing in the universe, Warwick Davis's ego. Next-level dorkfoolery comes via nerdbabe-impressing Choose Your Own Geekery Coffee Sleeves referencing Dr. Mario and Trivial Pursuit, instructions on making mosaics via Photoshop to affix to whatever-the-hell-you-want (example: The Day the Earth Stool Still toolbox!), and the mother-of-them-all, an Er-Geek-omic wooden mouse pad -- finally you can use your mouse, touch wood, and still have one hand left over for typing.
Adding to coffee-table appeal, each project comes with high-larious sidebars, like "In the Future There Is Just One Girl and Other Things I Learned from Science Fiction" and "Essential Comic Book Knowledge" -- the most essential knowledge being that when you take off your glasses you can do anything, except for everything in the paragraph above.