Last year, Etsy seller kongscut pounced on the success of Minecraft and came out with a set of Minecraft magnets. Now kongscut has competition, from no less than ThinkGeek, which is now selling official, licensed Minecraft magnets.
How interesting is the furniture in your house? Looking around, mine is pretty bland. Don’t get me wrong, it’s decent stuff for the most part, it’s just not terribly interesting. I mean, I don’t have an NES controller for a coffee table or anything.
We’ve featured a few Cubeecraft creations before, but if you’re a high-level Crafter and can do more than just cut and fold, the folks at Laboratory 424 have quite the project for you – a Super Mario papercraft magnet board:
Minecraft is officially the sleeper game hit of 2010. Heck it’s still in Alpha, has sold over 600,000 copies to date, and has nearly 2 million registered players. So what better way to show that you’re a Minecraft fanboy or girl but to bring its awkwardly rudimentary pixelated world to your kitchen with these Minecraft refrigerator magnets.
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.
I have two kids and therefore we have lots of stuff that hangs on the refrigerator. We have lunch menus, artwork, and lots of other crap up there. Most of the junk hangs on the fridge with plain old magnets or the few letters leftover from the magnetic letter set my daughter mostly slipped into the gap between the fridge and the cabinet.
If you’re curious about what’s really kicking in your holiday food this season, these chemical magnets will shed a little light on the science behind the flavor (and decorate your fridge). Love garlic? Thank the allicin–and celebrate it by plastering it to a metal surface.
Remember BuckyBalls? You know, those amazing tiny little rare earth magnets that you can sculpt into all sorts of artistic (and not so artistic) creations? How’d you like a chance to win some of these cool metallic playthings for yourself?
Think you have enough Space Invaders stuff in your house? Are you sure? Really? If they haven’t yet invaded your kitchen yet, you’ll want to grab these Invaders magnets for your fridge.
In all, the set comes with 56 individual pieces, including 50 aliens, 4 defense bunkers, 1 UFO, and a laser cannon for wiping out the aliens.
These classic video game characters escaped out of the confines of their respective 8-bit homes, and have landed on kitchen appliances around the world.
Each of Spooons’ handmade refrigerator magnets features the pixel-perfect likeness of a retro gaming icons, carefully color-matched and precisely scaled to match the exact proportions of the originals.