3D Printing enthusiast Jwall designed this awesome cat armor, which by all means, should be standard issue for your cat. Jwall designed this armor for his Kitty Bobo and has now made the design available for a free download.
The battle lines are drawn, the kitty needs to wear armor. Your cat probably won’t love you any more for getting it armor, but then again it won’t detest you any more either. So you could cover you cat in leather armor without worrying much.
Prince Armory made this super badass medieval armor for Loki that follows both form and function. Plus, he’s probably the best known and loved villain from the Marvel universe at the moment, so he has that going for him.
Ultimate Iron Man was a miniseries running for only two comic books. The armor you see here is Ultimate Iron Man handcrafted by BlackLink2811, accompanied by the badass War Machine.
Batman would wear the crap out of this armor. The batsuit is awesome, but sometimes you just need a little change. Perhaps wear it for a costume party, maybe Halloween. If you’re Batman, you don’t really have a lot of costume choices, unless it’s a Batman costume. This Batman scalemaille suit of armor was originally built for a Batfan project called Legends: The Dark Knight. The handmade suit of armor includes everything from helmet to shoes, took 350 hours to complete and weighs 60lbs. It’s currently on sale for $9500.
Artist Fokenstal has created replicas of weapons, armor and items from Skyrim. Coming straight out of the Elder Scrolls, the weapons and gear seem to be painstakingly created and elaborate. The good news is that you can buy these goodies at the artist’s shop.
Blinkbox commissioned artist Jeff Wright to create an Iron Man suit on the occasion of the digital release of Iron Man 3. The artist responded by creating the armor in 500 balloons. It is wearable, it is impressive, and it makes Pepper Potts fall in love with you.
Mongols definitely were one of the scariest warriors in the history of man. Among a lot of things that made them successful in battle, was their armor that was light and allowed greater movement and agility for both the warrior, and the horse. This one is called “Khatangu degel mongol armor” and was built keeping in mind the Eastern Mongolian style of armor, and the later western European and Arab styles the armor absorbed.
Based on the armor of fictional characters in videogames, comics, movies and TV, Vancouver, Canada based design studio Mitmunk (previously) has come up with a series of printed leggings that mimic armor. Since they are basing their designs in fiction, the pink armor becomes sort of admissible. Although overall, the designs do look good. Yup, even the pink ones.