Plumbers don’t get enough respect. They literally get all of the sh*t jobs. They are the Rodney Dangerfields of the working man’s world. Well, after this you’ll have to respect Ontario based plumber Nick Huckson. He’s riding dirty.
If you are tired of your boring old keyboard, maybe it’s time to spice things up a bit. Here, take this Legend of Zelda villains keyboard decal.
These cool and colorful keyboard decals from Too McCool for You Designs are for MacBook Pros and primarily focus on villains from the various Zelda games.
The New Nintendo 3DS’ face buttons were inspired by the Super Famicom controller. Etsy shop Epic Pal Designs must have thought, “Why stop there?”, and made this cool set of SNES decals for the handheld.
The set consists of a decal for the buttons, the top screen, the lid and the rear cover.
If you want to give your kitchen a Nintendo theme, this Refrigerator Game Boy Decal is the way to start. This decal turns your boring and plain refrigerator into a not so portable gaming device – one that has Tetris on the screen.
A couple of years ago Robbie Rane and his friends were making up funny euphemisms for taking a dump. One of his buddies contributed “Toss Boba Fett in the Sarlacc.” The joke got stuck in Robbie’s head like pudding on porcelain, until one day he could bear it no more and decide to take the metaphor literally.
Heads up, Google Glass Explorers! Here’s a way to make your wearable computer draw even more attention to yourself. A company called GPOP is selling vinyl skins for your Glass. The skins are 3M vinyl cut to fit the various parts of Google’s tech.
One of my favorite moments from the Star Wars movies is when Han Solo gets encased in carbonite for his trip to Jabba the Hutt. We have seen plenty of products over the years featuring the likeness of Han Solo stuck in his carbonite tomb.
If its predecessors are any indication, the PlayStation 4 will eventually be released in a variety of colors and finishes. It probably won’t be released in faux wood though. That’s where dbrand comes in. The Canadian company sells gadget skins made from 3M vinyls.
If you like the design cues of old school gaming, but like modern gaming consoles, check this out. You can have the best of both worlds with these retro NES skins. They make your PS4 or Xbox One look like an NES.
Sadly, most of us don’t have room – or the spare cash – for a proper arcade cabinet in our homes. It is still fun to pretend though. And now through the magic of decals and Etsy you can turn your fridge into a retro arcade cabinet.
Astromech droids are like GPS navigation systems for X-Wing pilots. Plus they can help to fix your ship on the fly and just keep you company. They are great to have docked into your hull. If only we had Astromech droids for our cars.
Can’t afford an iPhone 5S? Just don’t want to wait for one to show up? Recently bought an iPhone 5 that you can’t return anymore? No worries. For just $24, you can transform your iPhone 5 into Apple’s newest smartphone… minus the features.
These awesome stained glass Zelda decals will make your home look like a place of video game worship. They come from Blik Surface Graphics and there are eight to choose from. I know. They look amazing, right?
Doctor Who fans may remember this picture of a refrigerator that’s been modified to look like the TARDIS, or at least a traditional British police box. It turns out that the people who made that fridge are selling kits so you can have your own TARDIS fridge at home too.
I’ve always rather liked the keys that Apple has been using on their keyboards over the last several years. While they’re not as thick and clicky as an old school IBM keyboard, I still find myself typing very quickly and comfortably on Apple’s keyboards.