Check out this cool Star Wars-inspired conference table. It was made using thousands of individually pushpins. You may not have that 28,800 pins handy, but luckily that wasn’t a problem for the employees at Viking, a UK-based office supply seller.
I don’t spend much time in church, but if they had videogames there, I might show up more often. I like to think that if religious institutions had an arcade, we’d all be spending more time bending the knee to the gods of gaming.
Chances are that you may have run into James Haggerty at the office supply store and you didn’t even know it, because the man must have made several trips there, buying tens of thousands of staples, which he uses to create intricate mosaic portraits of Star Wars characters.
Technabob readers love LEGO and they also love Star Wars. So whenever the two worlds intersect, it’s geeky bliss. I’m especially impressed with these handmade LEGO Star Wars mosaics by UK artist Douglas Bagnall.
The new Zack Snyder Superman movie will be arriving before you know it, but for now you have to get your fix elsewhere. In the meantime, check out this amazing LEGO Superman mosaic created by Dave Ware.
In general, it’s pretty hard to find a flower pot that stands out from the crowd. They all look the same to me. You can either go to Home Depot and get one like everyone else has, or if you happen to have a dead Vespa lying around you could always put some tiles on it and put a plant in it.
Nothing says 1980s like Pac-Man. If I had saved all of the quarters I pumped into that game, I would be a very rich man, but I wouldn’t have such fond memories of the game. Too bad I didn’t save just enough quarters to buy this awesome mosaic Pac-Man table.
No matter how many new video game franchises come along, it’s still some of the earliest console games which have the most popular gaming characters of all time. Take, for instance, Mario and Mega Man. Both released nearly 30 years ago (yikes, I feel really old), these iconic gaming characters have grown up alongside those of us who grew up playing video games.
Designer Pete Fecteau spent much of 2010 creating this amazing Rubik’s Cube mosaic of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., comprised of 4,242 individual Rubik’s Cubes. The mosaic measures 18’6″ by 9’8″ and weighs about 1,000 pounds.
Got 980 spare plastic soda bottle caps lying around? Why not do what this guy did and create some retro game art with ’em?
Over a period of 6 months, Instructables member skeplin gathered up a whole crapload of caps and made himself a giant Princess Peach mosaic with all of them.
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.
LEGO has just released an official iPhone App. Is it as cool as you think it will be? Maybe, maybe not.
There’s just something about LEGOs that is completely timeless. Even though it’s been years since I used the bricks, I still love anything that’s connected to them.
Why just put a couple of magnets on the front of your refrigerator when you can cover the entire thing with ’em?
These mosaic magnets from Australia’s Motifo let you build complicated pixel art creations all over the front of your fridge.