Decorating a house is kinda difficult: you have to figure out paint schemes, find the proper fixtures, and then decide where to put the gigantic metal Yoda...oh wait, you don't have a gigantic metal Yoda? Then hurry up before anyone finds out and get one, from Roland Metal Art.
RMA's a Carrolltown-based, one-man company fabbing up a line of crazily fanciful metal statues that includes everything from dinosaurs to cinematic ogres, a business that originally started as a hobby back when the dude was working in steel mills in the '90s, the most surprising steel-related production since Kordell got to the AFC Championship game. What's on this roll-call of awesome?
With a head of dreadlocks and a split-mandible jaw, this metallic tribute to most-definitely-not-the-copyrighted-guy-from-Predator is holding a curved-bladed shuriken in its right hand and a human spine in its left, and they've got plenty in stock, meaning it can be ordered anytimmmme.
Standing nearly 6ft and sporting a mouth of pointy teeth plus neck fins hammered out of sheet steel, this gnarly dino's in full attack mode, so be sure to warn any visiting lawyers who may want to use your bathroom.
This pretty-much-life-size guy from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away sports a plate-mail robe, is outfitted with a walking stick, and can elevate an X-Wing from the swamps of Dagobah, although it's unclear if it can do the same for your taste in moulding. Bolection? Really, man?