Check out these tiny little clay versions of video game consoles and their controllers. They’re so small that they’ll literally fit in the palm of your hand.
These tiny consoles may look like the work of Dr.
Check out these fun Gameboy plush toys I came across in my recent Web travels. Featuring a whimsical, cartoony take on the classic hand-held gaming system, they’re the perfect gift for the Nintendo Fanboy or Fangirl in your life.
If you’ve got a serious Mario addiction, you might just have to break open your piggy bank for this. This fun quilt features the likenesses of Mario and his foes in the context of the NES platformer that really put the little Italian plumber on the map.
One of the greatest boxing games of all time has been immortalized in wearable form. This oh-so-awesome handknit scarf features the fighters from the NES classic Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!
Created by El Paso crafter Beatboxtaun, the scarf features the likenesses of two of the game’s pixelated pugilists.
Interested in protecting your iPod touch in a stylish, natural way? Then check out these beautiful handcrafted cases from talented Massachusetts artist mjdinsmore. This collection is lovingly crafted from cedar and mahogany, and features nice details such as inlays, dovetails and mortised lids.
When you sleep, do you dream in blocky 8-bit graphics? Are your sleepytime thoughts filled with visions of Link rescuing Zelda? Instead of counting sheep, do you count Koopa shells? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need a pair of these on your bed.
Sometimes I wonder if there’s just too much Space Invaders craft out there. But can there ever be too much of a good thing? You be the judge, but I happen to think these Invaders accessories are just perfect for that girl gamer in your life.
Ah, a day in the life of a platforming plumber. Just when you thought it was safe to jump down another green drainpipe in search of a secret stash, out pops one of those annoying piranha plants to ruin your day.
Bring a space creature wherever you go with this pocket projector which shines a little green alien on any wall.
Handmade by Australian gadget builder RareBeasts, the battery-operated projector uses a super-bright green LED and a delicate wooden screen through which the light is shines.
If you’re a fan of the NES Legend of Zelda games, you’ll love this pixelated quilt inspired by the classic 8-bit games.
Created by CarolinaPatchworks, the same video game fanatics who brought us the Galaga quilt, it features a stitched scene of a blue Octorok and a Leever on the attack, while Link makes his way towards a Darknut in his Underworld dungeon.
Remember those amazing handmade Nintendo collages that I mentioned a few weeks back? Regardless of how cool you thought they were, dropping 250 big ones on a piece of art instead of that new Wii might have been a turn-off to some of you.
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.
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”.
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.