Made of plastic pipes, sockets, wire sleeves and other common plumbing and electrical materials, these Robolamps are some of the geekiest and most unique desk lamps we’ve ever seen.
They’re not all menacing like Robolamp Roddock, pictured above.
The whole world knows that Super Mario turned 25 this month, but you know who else turned 25? Everyone else in that game. How else would Mario grow instantaneously without the help of the Super Mushroom?
The geeks of this generation are being asked to mourn with the UNSC. It’s our responsibility to enlighten them about the plight of others. Lovesick Robot Designs is here to help.
Pass the word and let the young ones know.
And I thought the Bowser trophy mount was awesome. Here’s a wonderfully-made wall mount that’s looks so real it’s freaky.
Animal lovers need not worry, because the wall tentacle is actually made from household materials, like used paper, sawdust, starch and glue.
I’m pretty sure that these mosaic tile video game controllers don’t work, but if they did, it sure would be cool.
But even if they don’t play, they sure would look cool hung on the wall of your game room.
The nutty soapsters at Digitalsoaps are up to their tricks again, casting the form of all sorts of video game goodies into bath soaps. The latest – and possibly greatest addition to their game soaps collection – the Duck Hunt soap gun.
These drink coasters are the ultimate accessory for video gamers – especially if you have an Xbox 360.
Created by CbSew, each set of four coasters comes with a yellow “Y”, blue “X”, red “B” and green “A” button to keep your coffee table from getting ruined by all those cans of Mountain Dew, Red Bull and Bawls.
So. Let’s see what we have here. Okay. This is a challenge. This G1 Bumblebee hat is made of fleece, and uhm, it’s puffy and yellow. I guess it does offer a degree of protection, which is cool if you’re a Transformers fan who also happens to be an amateur boxer, or if people are hitting you in the head because you’re wearing a Bumblebee hat.
When I first saw these floppy disk refrigerator magnets, I thought they looked kind of clever. Then I thought about the simple fact that they would never be able to hold any data, thanks to their self-destructive magnetic properties.
Everyone’s psychopathic robot in huggable, squeezable form:
From left to right, that’s GlaDOS’s morality core, curiosity core, intelligence core and anger core. The plushies are made of fleece with felt and ribbon accents. They can also talk!
I’m not sure what the deal is with all these guys combining Apple tech with wood, but here’s yet another iPod/iPhone dock crafted from a tree.
This dock is finished in cedar wood and includes integrated Altec Lansing speakers.
Stock up on these accessories before the Great War comes. Trust me, your descendants will appreciate it. If their ears have not been melted off by rads and rads of radiation that is. Start off with a pair of Nuka Cola Quantum Asymmetrical Earrings for $12 (USD).
Ok, we have a new champion in the race to build the coolest AT-AT model ever.
Weighing in at a whopping 40lbs and measuring about 28″ tall, Supertrone’s handmade AT-AT sculpture is built from steel parts, all neatly welded together.