1Han Solo in Carbonite Ice Sculpture
This ice sculpture was created to further honor one of the most memorable moments of The Empire Strikes Back. Created by Randy Finch and others from Ice Sculptures Ltd. for a Food Network show called Ice Brigade, this ice sculpture brilliantly recreates the famous prop of Han Solo in carbonite.
2Han Solo in Carbonite Ice Cube Tray
We’re pretty sure that Boba Fett would be happy with just one smuggler on ice but seven would be a serious payday! The silicone on the mold is good down to -40F so don’t try using these on Hoth. They should be fine in your average household freezer though.
3Han Solo in Carbonite Desk
This awesome Han Solo in Carbonite desk was made by Tom Spina Design. The geek chic of this desk is off the chart!
4Han Solo in Carbonite Hidden Door
Any secret door wins me over instantly, but a secret door that reveals Han Solo frozen in carbonite? Wow. Just wow. And it only cost $150 to install. Disguised as a bookcase holding the owner’s Star Wars collectibles and knick-knacks, the shelving can be pushed to reveal a hidden home cinema. On the other side of that door lays the best part—Han Solo himself.
5Han Solo in Carbonite Lego
This is hands-down, the coolest LEGO creation on the Internet. It was created by Nathan Sawaya, who happens to be a professional LEGO artist and former LEGO Master Model Builder. He spent 3 months constructing this 10,000 piece, life size (6-foot-tall) replica of Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite almost entirely out of dark gray LEGOs.
6Han Solo in Carbonite Carrying Case Star Wars Mimobot
Take a look at this a fantastic new Han Solo With Carbonite Carrying Case Star Wars Mimobot (4G). This great little flash drive comes preloaded with Star Wars wallpapers, icons and digital extras. With this handsome little flash drive the force will always be with you.
7Steve Jobs Trapped in Carbonite iPhone Case
Meet one of the best iPhone cases ever: Steve Jobs trapped in Han Solo’s carbonite tomb, forever, on the back of your iPhone 4. The plastic case goes for $35 plus the anxiety of getting caught holding this double whammy of copyright infringement—you’ll never get in trouble, but maker Society6 did. Before being shut down by Apple’s lawyer, there were iPhone 4/3G/3GS models available, along with laptop and iPad skins and “art prints” to add a little extra creep to your dorm room ceiling.
8Han Solo in Carbonite Cake
This Han Solo frozen in Carbonite has been preserved just long enough to be eaten by some very lucky people. Charm City Cakes made this great cake for Dana from Eating Around.
9Guacamole Han Solo in Carbonite Sculpture
If you love Star Wars, you’ll love Robert Saccenti’s culinary creation, “He’s No Guac to Me Dead.” If only Luke Chipwalker could stop by and help unfreeze him by gulping down all of that delicious lime-loaded guacamole. (He added extra lime juice to make it thick enough to stand like that.) It took him about a day and a half to get the creation together.
10Han Solo in Carbonite Soap
You won’t find a better gift for a Star Wars geek than soap in the shape of Han Solo as he was encased in Carbonite in the movie The Empire Strikes Back. $6.50 from Luxury Lane Soap.
11Han Solo in Carbonite Chocolate Bar
It’s a pretty rough life. Lucrative, sure, but rough. Sometimes, you just want to escape to a simpler way of doing business. Which is why Jabba has opened his own sweets factory. A little side venture where he makes Lightsaber Popsicles, Wookiee Cookies, Candy Rancorn, Twi’lek Dancer Lollipops, and the ever popular coconut Wamparoons. Getting these Han Solo in Carbonite Chocolate Bars shipped in from a galaxy far, far away took a long, long time, but they’re finally here! Enjoy this rich chocolate bounty from Tatooine’s Tasty Treats.
12Han Solo in Carbonite Crocheted Throw Pillow
Of course! The basic shape of the block of carbonite lends itself very well to a throw pillow. This one measures 16 by 9 inches.