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Pitfall on Your Laptop (Kinda).

Pitfall on Your Laptop (Kinda).
Sure, you could go install a copy of Stella if you want to play Pitfall on your computer (or any other Atari 2600 game for that matter), but this handy carrying case lets you get up and running without installing any of that pesky software.

1up Beer Mugs Bring Extra Lives, Extra Brewskis

1up Beer Mugs Bring Extra Lives, Extra Brewskis
Oktoberfest may be months away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start preparing now, does it? If only we could get our grubby little paws on one of these super special Super Mario Brothers 1up ‘shroom beer mugs, we’d be ready to belly up to the bar right now.
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Qwerty Wallet Holds Cash, Credit, but Not Your Keys

Qwerty Wallet Holds Cash, Credit, but Not Your Keys
Perfect for those of you who like a little geek with your chic (or is that the other way around?), this quirky QWERTY keyboard design wallet helps you keep all your personal items in order. The wallet offers plentiful storage for credit cards, cash, spare change and even a checkbook, but no matter how hard you press on the keys, it still won’t control your computer (although it really should.) Designed by California indie crafter QuietDoing, the QWERTY pocketbook [$44] is covered with a bold black and white keyboard fabric, coated in clear vinyl (for added durability), and lined with a lime-green and navy-blue vinyl interior.

Steampunk USB Memory: Flash, Ah Ah.

Steampunk USB Memory: Flash, Ah Ah.
This intricate retro sci-fi USB memory drive comes to us courtesy of an enterprising modder over in Russia. Meticulously crafted from hand-polished brass and copper, the USB drive reminds me of something out of the art deco neo-future of Buck Rogers – or perhaps more apropos – Flash Gordon.

Legend of Zelda Shoes for All You Link Wannabes

Legend of Zelda Shoes for All You Link Wannabes
If you’ve ever found yourself collecting fragments of the Triforce or looking for underground labyrinths, then these handcrafted Legend of Zelda-inspired shoes might be just perfect for you! These crafty togs give you the chance to walk a mile in Link’s shoes, while forgoing the unpleasantness of dealing with crankypants Ganon and his evil plans.

Mario Dot Matrix Orginal Art is Pixel-Y Good

Mario Dot Matrix Orginal Art is Pixel-Y Good
I came across this cool dot-matrix rendition of Mario over on Etsy this morning. Using an original technique the artists refer to as “DOTRIX”, it’s a really unique method for presenting video game (and other pop culture) art.

Blinky Keeps His Eyes on Your Glasses [Pac-Man]

Blinky Keeps His Eyes on Your Glasses [Pac-Man]
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve set my eyeglasses down somewhere really obvious. But, like Mr. Magoo, I completely misplace them anyhow. On the other hand, I’m pretty sure if I kept my glasses in this awesome Blinky ghost eyeglass case, I’d never lose track of them again.

Xbox 360 Gator Casemod Rises From the Swamp

Xbox 360 Gator Casemod Rises From the Swamp
Here’s an amazing Xbox 360 that looks like it just crawled its way out of the Everglades. The alligator-themed 360 is covered with a lizard-textured skin, and even has an realistic alligator eyeball in place of its power switch.

NES Controller Coffee Table: Drool.

NES Controller Coffee Table: Drool.
This has got to be my favorite piece of furniture, ever. Not only does this coffee table look like a giant NES controller, it’s actually fully functional! Lovingly constructed by Kyle Downes of Ultra Awesome, the table also offers ample storage for all of his other gaming systems.

LED Hula Hoops: You Know, for Kids.

LED Hula Hoops: You Know, for Kids.
Here’s something that’s sure to draw crowds the next time you feel the need to draw attention to yourself. This dizzying show of colored light is produced by a rapidly spinning Hula Hoop, packed with LED lighting.

Superbrothers Pixel Art: Super Retro Goodness

Superbrothers Pixel Art: Super Retro Goodness
After spending the last 7 days straight looking at the hyper-real 3D environments of Grand Theft Auto IV, don’t you long for the blocky 8-bit goodness of days gone by? Eh, maybe not when it comes to gaming, but when it comes to retro gaming art, I definitely have a soft spot for the pixelated stuff.

Handpainted Keyboards Offer Dazzling, Dizzying Designs

Handpainted Keyboards Offer Dazzling, Dizzying Designs
If you’re like most people, your computer keyboard is probably either black, white or some shade in between. If you happen to have an older PC or Mac, maybe it’s a cigarette smoke-tinged beige. These handpainted USB keyboards couldn’t bend the rules more.

Space Invaders Cutting Board Invades Kitchens

Space Invaders Cutting Board Invades Kitchens
Whether you’re slicing, dicing, or making julienne fries, this Space Invaders themed cutting board will help you get your Mise en Place in order. As you chop your way through celery and onion, imagine your knife as a laser cannon, blasting its way through all but the most stubborn of alien invaders.

Mario Visits Miami, Then Switzerland

Mario Visits Miami, Then Switzerland
No, Mario isn’t going on an exotic vacation from the Mushroom Kingdom. Instead, his likeness is making the rounds of the art circuit thanks to these most excellent stencil paintings by street artist BilliKid. Recently sighted in South Beach, Miami, the stencils feature a dayglo backdrop and a bold graphic treatment of Mario that makes him really pop.

Megaman Stained Glass Project: Hallelujah.

Megaman Stained Glass Project: Hallelujah.
No matter what your religion you belong to, you’ll be a believer in the church of 8-bit platform gaming once you see this brilliant work of stained glass art, based on the classic Megaman gaming franchise.

Ceramic Robots: Bite My Shiny Clay Ass

Ceramic Robots: Bite My Shiny Clay Ass
When you think of robots, you usually think of lumbering hunks of metal. Not these guys. These funky little ‘bots are made from clay instead of steel. Created by Italian street artist Enrico Bertorelli — better known as Pixel Pancho — the Boot I series is a limited-edition ceramic art piece that’s a great addition any robot junkie’s collection.
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