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Category: Geek Art + Craft

Classic Mario Bros. Coaster Set

Classic Mario Bros. Coaster Set
1985: A time when we gamers grew sick and tired of the princess being in another castle. When jumping on something first became a method of destruction. When Luigi looked exactly the same as Mario, except for his white and green clothes.

Tetris Hits the Streets (Somewhere) in Australia

Tetris Hits the Streets (Somewhere) in Australia
I came across these magnificent falling Tetris block sculptures snooping around over on Flickr earlier today. When I first stumbled onto these images over on Justin James’ Flickr gallery, all I could figure out was that they’re a) giant Tetris pieces and b) they were seen somewhere on the streets of Australia.

What’S Kraken: Knitted Cthulhu Penguin

What’S Kraken: Knitted Cthulhu Penguin
Below the thunders of the upper deep; far, far beneath in the abysmal sea, his ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep, The Cthulhu Penguin sleepeth: There hath he lain for ages and lay battening upon huge sea-worms in his sleep, until Ravelry member Carly Zimmerman created a pattern and shared it for all to knit and see; then once again by man and angels he shall be seen, in roaring he shall rise and on the surface die.

Pac-Man Mirror Shines With Retro Class

Pac-Man Mirror Shines With Retro Class
There are days when you can’t help but think, y’know, maybe it’s time to take down the action figures and buy a tasteful cabinet to house all the gaming gear. Maybe get some window treatments and experience a coming of age in design.

Gamer Shirts: Cheaper Than Games, Better Than Plain Shirts

Gamer Shirts: Cheaper Than Games, Better Than Plain Shirts
Owen Good over at the big K has a great idea: if you’re looking for a gift for your gamer-friends but you find that actual video games are too pricey, get them these wonderful yet cheap shirts instead.

Put a Sackboy on Your Head

Put a Sackboy on Your Head
There is a glut of Sackboy stuff out in the wilds of the internet, celebrating everything LittleBigPlanet. You can get soft Sackboy dolls and spend your days watching videos of Sackboys (and girls) cavorting in custom levels, but if there’s one thing we’ve lacked, it’s Sackboy clothing.

Pting-Pting! It’S a Mario Block Piggy Bank!

Pting-Pting! It’S a Mario Block Piggy Bank!
Here’s another insanely amazing Perler-beaded creation from lostmitten: the question mark block piggy bank! Lostmitten really got the appearance of the block spot-on. Put coins and even paper bills inside! Or mushrooms and flowers and stars and leaves. 

Honest Gamer Hoodie Speaks Only Truth

Honest Gamer Hoodie Speaks Only Truth
Why choose the great outdoors over a carefully-rendered urban landscape? So long as you stay away from the people in that pesky uncanny valley, the variable world of video games may just be prettier (and easier to control) than the real world.

Star Wars + Starbucks Cups = Tie Fighter [Papercraft]

Star Wars + Starbucks Cups = Tie Fighter [Papercraft]
Looking for something to do with all those Starbucks coffee cups you collect every morning? Why not turn them into some great geek art like this guy did. Photographer Dan Winters (from WIRED) saw all those cups, stirrers and other paper miscellany and was inspired to turn them into an awesome TIE Fighter model.

Tetris Bracelet: Your Bricks Are on My Wrist

Tetris Bracelet: Your Bricks Are on My Wrist
Retro gamer girls – here’s a fun accessory that lets you wear your 8-bit fanaticism on your sleeve (or at least on your wrist). This handmade Tetris resin bracelet is embellished with a scene from the classic block-stacking puzzler.

Super Mario Camo Hoodie: Hide in the Mushroom Kingdom

Super Mario Camo Hoodie: Hide in the Mushroom Kingdom
While it won’t necessarily protect you the next time you head out to play paintball, this camouflage Super Mario Brothers hoodie will definitely help you stay hidden the next time you visit the Mushroom Kingdom. Covered from head to waist with graphics inspired by the classic 8-bit platformer, the MarioFlage hoodie is perfect for the Mario fanatic in your life.

Sonic, Tails and Amy Rose Hats for True Sega Fanatics

Sonic, Tails and Amy Rose Hats for True Sega Fanatics
Just because Halloween is over doesn’t mean that you have to stop dressing like your favorite video game characters, does it? Crafter BeBeBunBunBits (nope, I didn’t make that up) made these whimsical hats based on Sonic the Hedgehog and his video game pals, Tails and Amy Rose.

Accessorize With Arcade Machine Buttons

Accessorize With Arcade Machine Buttons
Arcade fans, here’s a great way to dress up your wardrobe and show your gamer spirit at the same time. The perfect companion to their earlier gamer medals of honor, SuperMandolini is at it once more, this time with these shiny 1-inch round badges that look just like the buttons on an arcade cabinet.

Silver Retro Gamer Cufflinks Are Definitely Semi-Formal

Silver Retro Gamer Cufflinks Are Definitely Semi-Formal
I really think we need to start a new trend. Everyone needs to start wearing cufflinks again (did they ever?) At least that would give me a good excuse go around wearing these retro video game studs on my shirt sleeves.

Cosmically Cool Lamp Built With 3d Laser Printing

Cosmically Cool Lamp Built With 3d Laser Printing
Look at this beautiful Quin lamp from California artist Bathsheba Grossman. Notice anything special about it, D & D fans? It’s Bathsheba’s exploration on the dodecahedron. It’s so much more than a twelve-sided die though. The intricate perforations and curvy undulations are not only are a shining example of the seamless blending of technology and art, but also serve to create quite a spectacular display of light.

Floppy Disk Gift Labels Perfect for Wrapping Geeky Gifts

Floppy Disk Gift Labels Perfect for Wrapping Geeky Gifts
Man, 3.5-inch disks. I still can’t believe that just a decade after the demise of the floppy, a pocket-sized iPod Nano can hold than 11,378 times more data than a single 3.5-inch disk. How far we’ve come.

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