Looking for a place to keep all those gold coins you collected from punching at question blocks? Why not keep them in this crafty NES controller coin purse?
These zippered pouches are made from soft and fuzzy appliquéd felt.
Here’s another fun Portal-inspired craft goody — it’s a plush, knit version of the game’s Weighted Companion Cube. Now you may ask, how can something so soft and fuzzy qualify as “weighted”?
I guess we just have to allow some artistic license to the creator of this handstitched wool cube.
This set of fun Pac-Man pillows features the likenesses of Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde, the ghosts from the classic 1980s arcade game.
But flip them over, and you’ll get some of those frantic blue ghosts on the run as if you just chomped down on a big old power pill.
These fun, one-of-a-kind paper collages are inspired by popular Nintendo video game characters.
Washington DC artist and die-hard Nintendo fanboy Chris Lange handcrafts these colorful gaming collages from old Nintendo Power magazines, so he’s not lying when he states that they’re “100% Nintendo”.
These geeky rings feature the likeness of those ubiquitous retro arcade game icons, the Space Invaders.
Designed and handcrafted by Italy’s Toy Me Milano, the Sterling Silver rings are the perfect complement to your Pac-Man rings and Atari Joystick necklace.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve bought a piece of furniture from Ikea, spent countless hours assembling it, only to have some slightly out-of-the ordinary use cause it to fail catastrophically. That’s exactly what happened to this artist when he overstuffed his drawers with his drawers and tried to move them.
Thanks to a little hard work and creativity, a Japanese toy Otaku has put together this awesome little Wii box robot.
By combining Amazon Japan’s shipping box robot toy, some custom-printed box labels and a few mini Wii keychain accessories, they completed the look for the pint-sized bot.
On a cold winter’s day, what better way to enjoy a gaming session than from under this toasty quilt featuring the 80s arcade classic Galaga?
Handcrafted by North Carolina artist CarolinaPatchworks, the quilt offers up a giant (18:1 scale) interpretation of the bitmapped icons from arguably the best top-down shooter of all time.
Check out this toasty Space Invaders scarf I stumbled on earlier today. The arcade-inspired wool scarf would make a great gift this holiday season for the video game fanatic on your list (assuming they’ve already got a Space Invaders sweater in the closet).
This custom made toy by artist/sculptor Doktor A is a wondrous tribute to the classic arcade game, Pac-Man.
The one-of-a-kind sculptural toy is entitled “The Secret History of Video Games: Pac Gentleman”. It almost reads like a steampunk version of the 1980s dot-muncher, what with its crank-driven game play and wooden and metallic accents.
Looking for a unique gift for that Nintendo fan in your life? Check out this awesome bit of Mario-inspired decor I found over on Etsy.
Canada’s Lost Mitten crafts makes these 3-dimensional question mark boxes, perfect for your desktop, or hung from your ceiling.
Were Bioshock and Halo 3 a little too intense for your delicate sensibilities? Are games like Barbie’s Horse Adventure more your pace? Then have I got a video game console for you!
An artist going by the excellent screen name Kickass-Peanut created this soft, plush Xbox 360 console, which is certain to be unable to play those evil “M”-rated games.
While you might think that top hats went out of fashion a hundred years ago, this funky hat hack uses modern technology to bring the classic cap into a new era.
The LedHat is a handcrafted wonder that involved soldering a grid of hundreds of individual green LEDs around the crown of a top hat.
Swiss artist André Willimann handcrafts these gloriously detailed 3-dimensional faceplates for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 console. Each one is meticulously assembled from custom molded 3-D pieces, then individually oil painted to give the works depth and color.
Take your Mario obsession to bed with you with this handmade quilt inspired by Nintendo’s pixelated plumber.
Maine artists Shawna, Patrick (and their turtle named Bruce) from Potatocraft crafted this machine-pieced patchwork quilt from numerous individual squares of colored fabric to create giant pixels.
Gamer girls, if you weren’t fortunate enough to pick up the Nintendo DS necklace, here’s another fun piece of video game inspired jewelry I found. These earrings are tiny versions of the Nintendo Wii-mote controller.
Artist Thiakosia hand-sculpted these tiny Wii controller earrings entirely from Sculpey polymer clay.