Finally, an accurate representation of the moon glowing in the dark. Notice how it isn't square-shaped or blazing all the colors of the rainbow like this alleged "Moonlight Pillow". According to Edward J.H. O, the man behind the moon, his Nocturne by Moonlight pillow enables you to "have the moon in your arms as you have always dreamed of having as a young child." I'm pretty sure that as a young child I dreamed of marrying Lisa from Weird Science and persuading Chewbacca to dump Han for a life of sidekickdom with me. And only half of that has changed, and only because Lisa looks like this now. However, I'll grant that a glow-in-the-dark moon pillow isn't that bad of a consolation prize, particularly given that the odds of acquiring one are exponentially higher than those for conducting successful negotiations with Chewie.
When the bulbs dim, Nocturne by Moonlight burns bright a real image of the moon. Its face includes 65 individual frames of the lunar mosaic images taken in West France by astrophotographer Norbert. The front of the pillow is a polyester-cotton blend, the back 100% cotton, and the stuffing 100% polyester. It measures about 20" in diameter, and is available in colors blue, pink, and green.