Design by Lord Vader

You probably already know I am a big fan of Lord Vader’s domestic design work, especially of those large kitchen appliances in black or dark-gray that were so popular in the late 1980s.

Nothing screams 1988 as well as a black refrigerator with matching dishwasher and range.

Last summer, by the way, I saw Lord Vader’s yacht in transit in the Mediterranean, and it looked absolutely gorgeous, set against the blue sea of Cannes.

Who wouldn’t feel perfectly safe and joyous traveling aboard such a lovely vessel?

Big gray boat

Big gray boat

Now I’m very pleased to see that Lord Vader has branched out into more readily accessible products, such as the toaster below.

I already have a scan toaster on order for the Slice of Heaven 24-Hour Pie Shop and Driving Range, but I don’t think it would hurt at all to have this one as a back-up.

Darth Vader, Dark Lord of the Burnt Toast

dv-toaster.jpgAmongst a certain subset of religious attention seekers (not to mention, this Star Wars toaster should be all the pareidolic proof required to conclude, once and for all, that Darth Vader is not only the Dark Lord of the Sith, but out Dark Messiah as well.

To order your own Lord Vader toaster, click here:Star Wars Toaster

And if you didn’t have time to look up the meaning of pareidolic, here’s some help:

pareidolia (payr.eye.DOH.lee.uh)

n. The erroneous or fanciful perception of a pattern or meaning in something that is actually ambiguous or random.
pareidolic adj.