Because car decals are the most genuine expression of the owner’s personality, Etsy shop AndreValoisShop is selling these window decals that make it appear as if an animal is breaking through the glass of your back window.
Move over stick figure family car decals, because there’s a new, post-apocalyptic decal family in town thanks to these Fallout Vault-Tec Family Decals inspired by the characters of Bethesda Game Studios’ Fallout Shelter. The decals, available on Amazon (affiliate link), are perfect for letting other motorists know that, in the event of a nuclear apocalypse, you’ve at least played a video game that kinda-sorta taught you how to survive.
Fans of Rick and Morty know all about Mr. Meeseeks. This friendly character was created to appear with the push of a button, solve a simple problem, then quickly extinguish itself. His genetic composition and mental health were never engineered to handle the complexities of a life outside of that single purpose, and sticking around for too long causes Mr.
Forget your stick figure families and Baby on Board signs. FanWraps‘ Zombie on Board decals are way cooler. I’m not sure if this would help you get in the carpool lane, but at the very least it might scare some kids in another vehicle.
Ever wanted to live in a futuristic spaceship just so you could have those cool metal doors on all of your rooms? While that might just be a pipedream, you can easily transform your current abode into a science fiction/video game set thanks to these new door decals.
Igor Chak’s Donkey Kong wall shelf is one of the best game-themed furniture I’ve ever come across, but I bet it will be very expensive if it ever becomes a real product. If you’re as strapped for coins as I am, don’t worry.
While I’m still waiting for that killer app before I run out an purchase a Wii U for myself, you still have to hand it to Nintendo for the innovative thinking with their dual-screen gaming console and controller combo.