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Tag: Art

How to Make Your Own Ds Lite Covers: a Quick Lesson

How to Make Your Own Ds Lite Covers: a Quick Lesson
Are you paying attention? This will be a quick tutorial on customizing your Nintendo DS Lite. Here we go. Step one: draw some stuff. It probably helps if you can draw. Step two: vectorize that business and print it out.

Katamari Jelly Beans: Please Make These So I Can Eat Some

Katamari Jelly Beans: Please Make These So I Can Eat Some
I have no idea where these Katamari Damacy jelly beans came from, but they sure look delicious. The guys at Jelly Belly and Namco need to do a business deal. And I should get a cut.

Music Cage Doesn’T Need a Bird to Chirp Tunes

Music Cage Doesn’T Need a Bird to Chirp Tunes
In movies, cartoons and RPGs, nothing says “Good Morning!” like a couple of birds chirping. Except of course someone actually saying “Good Morning!” But I’d rather not have birds as pets if it means locking them up in a cage.

Sticky Light Laser Scanner Follows Your Every Move

Sticky Light Laser Scanner Follows Your Every Move
The Sticky Light is an interactive plaything that’s capable of scanning movements in real time, and following them with a laser light beam. The tracking technology, developed by the Department of Information Physics at the University of Tokyo’s Komuro Laboratory, Sticky Light uses a laser diode, a photodetector and a pair of beam-steering mirrors to automatically trace your movements.

Classic Video Games as They were Never Supposed to be

Classic Video Games as They were Never Supposed to be
We may have moved past the blocky look of pixels in modern gaming, but the designs of squares on squares that mark classic games continue to have special places in the hearts of gamers. But what if those storied jaggy characters and interfaces were thrust into the real world?

Bioshock 2: Big Daddy + Big Sister Art Surfaces

Bioshock 2: Big Daddy + Big Sister Art Surfaces
I was snooping around over on Flickr this morning, when I found these amazing artists renders of some of the new and improved creatures you’ll find in the upcoming Bioshock 2. For starters, here’s a shot of the much-anticipated new Big Sister.

Elevator Art in Antwerp: Through the Roof

Elevator Art in Antwerp: Through the Roof
Elevators have become a common fixture in urban environments. People don’t really acknowledge them anymore; we just pass through them to get somewhere else. Kind of like the Midwest. I’m kidding. But anyone who goes to advertising company Dubois meets Frogger‘s Antwerp office will definitely take note of the building’s warehouse elevator.

Orcish Pc Will Make You Say Wow

Orcish Pc Will Make You Say Wow
I’ve never been crazy about the in-game look of World of Warcraft, but the style of the art is much more appealing to me… and I’m happy to say it even looks good on the side of a PC case.

Geeky Tattoos: Mostly Bad Ideas

Geeky Tattoos: Mostly Bad Ideas
PC World recently featured 12 geeky tattoos (the article calls them “tech tattoos”, but there are video game related ones as well) , but I think most of them can simply be called “dumb ideas.” Let’s have a look at some of the featured mistakes tattoos: I’m not too disgusted with that USB tattoo, because well, it’s simply lame.

Gundam Statue in Tokyo: Because We Can Always Use More Gundam

Gundam Statue in Tokyo: Because We Can Always Use More Gundam
I know, I know, he’s been here several times already. But RJ Evans of Quazen was kind enough to scour Flickr to bring us more pictures of the best thing that has ever happened to Japan.

Scary Metal Flash Disks at Etsy

Scary Metal Flash Disks at Etsy
If Ozzy Osbourne ever thinks of selling a line of flash disks, he should have heavy metalchemist-technojeweler-Etsy seller sempercura design them. She combines metal, crystals and technology in a cauldron, adds a dash of powdered goat skulls and a pinch of darkness to come up with gloriously creepy flash disks that can also be worn as necklaces.

16943 Concept Tv Displays Standard and Widescreen on One Screen. and It’S a Sculpture Too.

16943 Concept Tv Displays Standard and Widescreen on One Screen. and It’S a Sculpture Too.
An asymmetrical slice of awesome, Studio FRST’s 16943 concept TV accommodates media in the standard 4:3 aspect ratio as well as in the 16:9 widescreen format, hence the name. Studio FRST also exalts its creation as “A technological sculpture in levitation.

Unfinished Clock Still Tells Time

Unfinished Clock Still Tells Time
The Unfinished Clock, made by Yve Thelermont and David Hupton, is made to be placed on the edge of a shelf or table. The clock’s bottom part is missing but the hands will still go all the way.

Lite-Brite Cubed: Makin’ Things With Light 4x

Lite-Brite Cubed: Makin’ Things With Light 4x
I have fond memories of playing with a Lite-Brite when I was growing up. As a matter of fact, I can’t get that damned commercial out of my head at the moment. Of course, most of those childhood memories were those of frustration from either losing half of the colored pegs between the couch cushion, or my complete inability to create anything other than the barely legible text “Lite Brite” made up of pegs.

The Console Wars, Crafted

The Console Wars, Crafted
Who will win: the gigantor Xbox 360, or the lovable mascots of Nintendo? Unfortunately for Microsoft, the ‘box has been cast in the role of villain in this piece, and you know what happens to the villains….

Celebrate That Triple Kill With Halo 3 Screenshot Art

Celebrate That Triple Kill With Halo 3 Screenshot Art
If you have a moment in Halo 3 you’re particularly proud of, you can savor the video and even force everyone you know to watch it. But maybe that’s not enough for you. Maybe you need your deeds commemorated with the beauty and flair they deserve.

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