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Tag: Pixel Art

Maxwell From Scribblenauts Gets the Pixel Art Treatment

Maxwell From Scribblenauts Gets the Pixel Art Treatment
Fans of the just-released Nintendo DS puzzler Scribblenauts, here’s something fun for you. It’s a pixel art tribute to the game’s protagonist, Maxwell. Created by Faith over at The Girl Gamer, Maxwell is constructed out of fused Perler beads, a popular medium in the geek-pixel-craft world.

Life Size Duck Hunt Dog Hits Etsy: Giant Light Gun Can’T be Far Behind

Life Size Duck Hunt Dog Hits Etsy: Giant Light Gun Can’T be Far Behind
Retro NES fans, you’ve gotta hand it to artist pixelparty for his fine craftsmanship in the creation of this life-size dog from the classic 8-bit light gun game, Duck Hunt. The dog measures 18″ wide by 16″ tall and is made from recycled pixels wood and a glossy coat of paint.
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Question Mark Block Tissue Box Asks: is Your Nose Running?

Question Mark Block Tissue Box Asks: is Your Nose Running?
This Super Mario-inspired question mark block Kleenex cozy is perfect for Nintendo fans with colds – at least those who don’t already have a Famicom tissue box in their bathrooms. Another Perler bead pixel art creation from Technabob fave artist lostmitten, you can grab one over on her Etsy shop for $20 (USD).

Mario Rug and Question Mark Block Ottoman: the Perfect Living Room

Mario Rug and Question Mark Block Ottoman: the Perfect Living Room
This Raccoon Mario rug and matching Question Mark block Ottoman are the ultimate in retro gamer living room accessories. Handcrafted by Mindy Y. (aka “enemyairship”), the 7-foot square, 8-bit Racoon Mario rug is made from 386 individual “granny square” pixels.

Lite-Brite Cubed: Makin’ Things With Light 4x

Lite-Brite Cubed: Makin’ Things With Light 4x
I have fond memories of playing with a Lite-Brite when I was growing up. As a matter of fact, I can’t get that damned commercial out of my head at the moment. Of course, most of those childhood memories were those of frustration from either losing half of the colored pegs between the couch cushion, or my complete inability to create anything other than the barely legible text “Lite Brite” made up of pegs.

Motifo Fridge Magnets: Pop Art in Pixels

Motifo Fridge Magnets: Pop Art in Pixels
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.

Bottle Cap Mario and Pac-Man Art Pop Onto Etsy

Bottle Cap Mario and Pac-Man Art Pop Onto Etsy
I really love these whimsical folk art renditions of classic video game characters, handmade from bottle caps. Etsy artist BottleCapArt turns discarded beer bottle caps into pixel art. Each creation is handmade from bottlecaps, paint, pine, and tons of hot glue.

Space Invaders Needlepoint Fridge Magnets Plan Their Attack on Your Ice Box

Space Invaders Needlepoint Fridge Magnets Plan Their Attack on Your Ice Box
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.

Super Mario Bros. in the Bedroom

Super Mario Bros. in the Bedroom
Artsy geek parents always produce the most awesome projects for their children’s bedrooms! Maybe it’s the fun of pixel art, but it seems there are tons of examples of geek kids’ decor around. Even so, this is a welcome addition to the ranks: an awesome Mario and Luigi dresser.

Super Mario Fridge Magnets: 8-Bit Kitchen Fun

Super Mario Fridge Magnets: 8-Bit Kitchen Fun
Every once in a blue moon, you have to peel your ass off the sofa and take a break from your video game so you can get something to eat. But that doesn’t mean you have to stop playing when you get to the kitchen, does it?

Donkey Kong Junior Shower is Truly Bananas

Donkey Kong Junior Shower is Truly Bananas
You really don’t hear much about Donkey Kong Junior these days. If you ever wonder what happened to the little pixelated monkey in diapers, look no further. He’s got a new job keeping watch over naked people as they hose off.
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