These classic video game characters escaped out of the confines of their respective 8-bit homes, and have landed on kitchen appliances around the world.
Each of Spooons’ handmade refrigerator magnets features the pixel-perfect likeness of a retro gaming icons, carefully color-matched and precisely scaled to match the exact proportions of the originals.
Let people know you like to be pushed around with this “Control Me” Atari joystick tee.
While I will admit that the retro video game-themed t-shirt genre is already pretty crowded, I think this particular tee stands out because of it’s rough-edged, hand-drawn graphics and its classic color scheme.
Do you prefer your robots cute, soft and able to hold your stuff? Me too, and that’s why I am enjoying the Robot a Day project from Canadian crafter Erin Wilk, aka Etsy seller anatomyofaskirt. Each weekday Erin creates a new, limited edition ‘bot made of vinyl, with convenient flip-top zipper head.
With all the buzz surrounding the impending Apple WWDC show, it was only a matter of time before pictures of Steve Jobs and some new i-Things would leak to the ‘net. So I’m happy to bring you this exclusive first look at Apple’s latest breakthrough in miniaturization.
What better way to literally wear your (Duck Hunt-smitten) heart on your sleeve than with this vinyl NES Light Gun cuff?
You can purchase this sexy/nerdy item from bettydeath on Etsy for 20 bucks. She’s clearly a little quirky.
I always wondered what Pac-Man and his entourage did when they weren’t busy chasing each other around that maze. Thanks to the wacky and warped mind of illustrator Scott Campbell, we finally get a glimpse of Pac ‘N Pals outside the confines of their familiar corridors.
If you’ve been searching for fun affordable art that features those convenient shortcut keys, this might be your lucky day. Clever Brooklyn graphic designer Christopher David Ryan has created the Command print series for his online shop, My Little Underground.
LunaBlocks are giant Lego-like blocks that you can use to make furniture!
LunaBlocks were designed by Thierry Nahon & Philippe Landecker, who say they are all about “the transformation and enlargement of bricks used in building games for children.” Which means that no actual Legos were harmed, or even referenced, in the making of these blocks.
This (somewhat creepy) 3D anime lass is actually hiding a nefarious secret- behind her back lurks a dastardly PC mod!
Um, wow, I guess if you’re really lonely and have a lot of time on your hands this is a good idea.
Someone (who I’ll dub Crafty McCrafterson) created this charming Grand Theft Auto IV cross-stitch which uses embroidery thread to express that age old chestnut “Only those who die get closure. The living do not.” Awwww. So sweet!
While there are many symbols of true geekdom, it’s possible that none is more iconic than the classic Casio calculator watch. There’s nothing that says “I still live in mom’s basement” more than a watch that can do math.
These ostentatious shoes and boots are embedded with working Gameboys. The best part? You can pop out the Gameboys and play with them!
Like almost every other cutting-edge, kooky techno-fashion mashup, these have been spotted on teenage girls in Japan.
Now you can geek out with Guitar Hero or Rock Band even more than you already do – by getting your guitar controller custom-painted to your liking!
Question: How envious/impressed would all of your friends be if you busted out a personalized guitar controller on game night?
If you’re the kind of person who rolls out his Chewbacca impression at parties, this “Empire Strikes Back”-themed belt might be the piece de resistance to round out your existing collection of Boba Fett bobbleheads and ceramic Stormtrooper figurines.
SwashBot 3 is one crabby lookin’ robot- but most impressively he is 100% homemade. For a scrappy little fellow, he’s got some impressive moves.
SwashBot 3 is the latest RC robot in the SwashBot series, following the cute and crabby SwashBot 1 and the more impersonal, wooden SwashBot 2.