From the store that brought us the Zelda fireplace art comes another fake retro graphic. Add 18 square inches of mystery to your floor with the Secret Passage decal. It’s also perfect for hiding actual secret passages.
Who can forget Mario’s lovable and dependable green sidekick? Sorry Luigi, we’re still not talking about you. I’m talking about Yoshi, the omnivorous, egg-laying, ground stomping, tongue swinging dinosaur. Jacob Ashley immortalizes a familiar sight in many a gamer’s mind with this wood and acrylic piece.
If you need a second cutting board to go with your Question Mark Butcher Block, look no further. Of course, chopping mushrooms with this is a must, whether of the fireball, extra life, or plain variety.
Mario fans looking for the perfect thing for their kitchens will want to grab one of these Question Mark Block cutting boards, just right for dicing and slicing any type of mushroom (or other choppable food) you can throw at it.
Retro game fans will love the style of this sterling silver Space Invader ring. It has class. You could easily give this to your geeky significant other and feel good about it. And you will have them forever.
Most bathrooms are pretty boring, sterile places, designed for the utility of brushing your teeth, washing your face, taking a bath, and using the toilet. But that doesn’t mean that a bathroom can’t be a fun place too – like this awesome video game themed bathroom from Technabob reader Gregory Pinzone.
You never have enough drawers in your desk do you? Or enough surface area for that matter. Whatever desk you have, you are stuck with using it the way it is. The bamboo PixelTable by Studio Intussen is different.
What would Donkey Kong have looked like if it took place during the American Revolution? Well if this t-shirt is to be believed, DK himself was the King of England, and Jumpman was Georg(io) Washington, ready to liberate his new nation.
These funny pixelated movie posters were created by Colorado graphic designer Eric Palmer. While some may call them them 8-bit art, they kind of look like they wouldn’t be out of place on an a 16-bit system like the Sega Genesis or SNES.
Nothing keeps Mario as warm as a Frog suit (except maybe a Tanooki suit.) And now the frog suit he wore in Super Mario 3 can keep you warm at night while you are sleeping. Not an actual frog suit, but a quilt with the frog suit on it.
After his Super Bros collection, featuring all sorts of my favorite characters rendered with some pixel love, Ty Lettau is back with some Star Wars love. This time around, he focuses on the battles between good and evil, Light Side and Dark Side, Jedi and Sith.
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.