Remember the expletive-spouting orange dude from 1980s arcade game, Q*bert? Well the strange little guy has now been immortalized in this awesome handmade video game quilt by Lenore, an artist over an Evil Mad Scientist Labs.
I’ve certainly seen some odd gadgets come across my desk, but these plush speakers from Korea have to be some of the weirdest I’ve ever seen.
These “BooRu-BooRu” dolls look like some sort of bizarre Teletubbies on crack.
This funky portable FM radio from Semk isn’t made out of the traditional hard plastics and metals you usually find in electronic gadgets.
In fact, the battery-operated Radiobox is made using similar materials to those you’d find in a beanbag chair.
Seems like the latest trend in technology is to make fabric versions of your favorite electronic gadgets. A couple of weeks back it was the felt Nintendo.
This week, some kid’s Mom was way too cool, and knit him a wool iPhone.
Check out this awesome plush fabric Nintendo Entertainment System.
Nintendo fan and seamstress extraordinaire blueblythe, hand-sewed and embroidered this amazing stuffed-felt tribute to the classic 8-bit gaming console of yore.
She not only cranked out a console, but two game cartridges, a controller, a light gun and interchangeable velcro screens of Mario and Duck Hunt.
This cool new desktop alarm clock lets you integrate it into your environment by providing interchangeable fabric face panels.
The clock features a walnut wood and stainless steel case with a special frame that lets you easily replace the face with any fabric of your choice (it includes 3 swatches in the box for you to get started with.)