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Category: Geek Art + Craft

LEGO Pop Art Mosaics Built Brick by Tiny Brick

LEGO Pop Art Mosaics Built Brick by Tiny Brick
These LEGO brick art pieces are the perfect way to brighten up any drab room. Painstakingly assembled by artist Motion5, these artworks use anywhere from 800 to 4000 colorful single-peg LEGO building blocks. Pieces range in size from 10″x10″ up to 20″x30″, and Motion5 will also do custom designs to your specifications.

Every Happy Home Needs a Han Solo Cross-Stitch

Every Happy Home Needs a Han Solo Cross-Stitch
Creative lass Zhaddi made this cross-stitch of the famous Han Solo quote for a contest that called for a crafty reinterpretation of a favorite quote. She describes it as “the perfect chance to blend my geeking and crafting.”
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This Star Wars Wedding is So Good, I’M Considering the Idea

This Star Wars Wedding is So Good, I’M Considering the Idea
This Star Wars-themed wedding is not your typical, run-of-the-mill Han and Leia affair. Oh no. For this wedding, all of the guests dressed to the nines in Star Wars costumes, and every detail was imbued with Force-y goodness.

Welcome Robot Awkwardly Greets People for You

Welcome Robot Awkwardly Greets People for You
Welcome Robot 1.5 is a funky little homemade robot that greets people in your absence. It was made by Armanda Lewis as part of 5 Projects in 5 Days. That means she had to make the robot, from start to finish, in only one day.

Meninos Hard Drives Turn Storage Into Mini Works of Art

Meninos Hard Drives Turn Storage Into Mini Works of Art
When is a hard drive not just a hard drive? When it’s a tiny work of contemporary desktop art, of course. The artists of Brazil’s Meninos design studio first started out making these custom pop art hard drive cases for their friends.

Your Old Hard Drives Reborn as Wind Chimes

Your Old Hard Drives Reborn as Wind Chimes
Do you have loads of old hard drives laying around your house? Do you love the sweet tinny tones of wind chimes clinkity clinking on your back porch? If so, this is a great project for you- you can turn your old, unused or crashed hard drives into this set of aluminum wind chimes.

Space Invaders Cupcakes Attack Earth With Deliciousity

Space Invaders Cupcakes Attack Earth With Deliciousity
What could be better than the yummy, sugary goodness of cupcakes? I’ll tell you. Yummy, sugary, Space Invader cupcakes, that’s what! Pixel baker extraordinaire Hello Naomi is at it again with her video game baked goods.

Cassette Tape Skeleton: Honey, I Made You a Mix Tape

Cassette Tape Skeleton: Honey, I Made You a Mix Tape
This oooey-gooey delicious skeleton is made from the melted down old carcasses of cassette tapes. Artist Brian Dettmer created these guys for an exhibition at the International Museum of Surgical Science, right here in my hometown of Chicago.

Cuddle Up With This Fleece Galaga Fighter Pillow

Cuddle Up With This Fleece Galaga Fighter Pillow
This Galaga pillow is sure to liven up your bedtime by adding a touch of pew pew pew! to your nightly ritual. The fleece pillow is handmade by CrazyOwl and sports a fighter from one of the mostest awesomest video games of all time, Galaga.

Excel Art is Lots More Fun Than Formulas and Functions

Excel Art is Lots More Fun Than Formulas and Functions
Artist Danielle Aubert creates pixelated masterpieces using Microsoft Excel, with surprisingly dazzling results. About the project, she says, “…the drawings are a part of a series that I executed on an irregular daily basis for 16 months.

Star Wars Characters Get Plush, Deformed

Star Wars Characters Get Plush, Deformed
There’s no reason that the pillows on your couch have to be square, round or rectangular. Why shouldn’t they reflect your Star Wars addiction like anything else? These plush versions of classic characters from the Star Wars universe are just too cool.

LEGO Sushi Looks Stacky and Scrumptious

LEGO Sushi Looks Stacky and Scrumptious
Too bad this Lego sushi is inedible, because it looks oddly delicious! I love the wasabi- that’s got to be a specialty color. I must be in serious need of a snack because I actually drooled a little bit when I saw these pictures.

‘Portal’ Companion Cube Cookies- Obscure but Tasty

‘Portal’ Companion Cube Cookies- Obscure but Tasty
I recently spotted these ‘weighted companion cube’ cookies from the somewhat obscure (or maybe that’s just me?) video game Portal. I’ll freely admit I’ve never even heard Portal until about 15 minutes ago when I saw a picture of this cookie, but I did some reconnaissance and learned that in the game you get a weighted companion cube as some kind of reward.

Space Invaders Quilt Lands on Planet Earth

Space Invaders Quilt Lands on Planet Earth
While the daytime is warm and summery around these parts, it doesn’t stop me from catching the occasional chill at bedtime. So what better way to keep warm but with a Space Invaders quilt? Emily from Carolina Patchworks is at it again with another one of her pixel-y good video game quilts, this time with those pesky monochrome 8-bit invaders coming in for a landing.

Famicase: Artists Make Up New NES Game Cartridges

Famicase: Artists Make Up New NES Game Cartridges
What better canvas for your creative expression than an old 8-bit NES cartridge? That’s what the recent Famicase art exhibition in Japan was all about. Satoshi Sagagami, who runs retro game shop Super Meteor, organizes the annual event which asks over 50 designers, illustrators, authors and game creators to create their own imaginary games and artwork using old NES carts.

Ann P Smith’s Robot Sculptures: Upcylcled Wonders

Ann P Smith’s Robot Sculptures: Upcylcled Wonders
Got a bunch of old electronic parts lying around? While they might end up in the trash heap for many of us, artist Ann P. Smith sees new life in old junk. Smith takes broken down electronics and machine parts to create her amazing menagerie of animal and insect sculptures.
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