These Nintendo-themed pants put video gaming’s power couple on your legs. Wear them proudly and show your love for Mario and Peach. If you want, you can even rub your legs together and make them smooch.
Princess Peach is on a wrecking ball, and ready to tear down the walls of Mushroom Kingdom. Miley who? Peach is much classier, even though she is nearly as scantily clad as Miley was. And Chain Chomps beat wrecking balls any day.
Mario is always on the hunt for his Princess, but she always seems to be in another castle. But it turns out she might actually be taking up residence in your castle thanks to this lovely Princess Peach quilt.
Devotional candles are great for, you know, showing your religious devotion. They also come in handy for when the power goes out, as many people found out in the recent hurricane on the East Coast. I think it’s about time that we put a geeky spin on these candles.
If you’ve been following Nintendo for awhile, you have probably noticed that they’ve make some pretty bone-headed decisions lately. A lot of them. Take these three new 3DS consoles for instance. They look awesome, don’t they?
DeviantART member/artist/video game surgeon Beth T. aka bluewolf487 gave the heroes of the Mushroom Kingdom a gender swap, and they turned out really great. Good thing she didn’t stick to canon and removed the mustaches.
What would Zelda and Peach talk about if they got together for a cup of coffee? Well, College Humor decided to see where this would go. It’s probably best that these two video game characters don’t come out and play too often.
Need a costume for your kitchen alter ego? Bethany Sew & Sew has got you covered. She takes custom orders and makes aprons for men, women and children. Here’s her current must-have creation, the Wonder Woman apron:
Browse the gallery for more of her creations.
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.
You’ve gotta love these ultra-minimal graphics of Bowser (with his back to us), Luigi, Mario and Princess Peach by Nick Luckett.
The Street Fighter ones by infinitecontinues which inspired Nick to create his ain’t half bad either.
Now you’re probably are saying to yourself, why would I ever dress up my dog like a character from Super Mario Bros.? And I’ll tell you that you need to do it so your furry friend can be just as humiliated as you are when you have to pick up his poop.
This insane looking N64 has to be one of the most creative video game casemods I’ve seen in quite a while.
When I first saw the photos of this thing, I actually thought it was some sort of wedding cake.
Attention Nintendo addicts! Don’t forget to submit your entries to Technabob’s Fondest Nintendo Memories contest, which ends at the end of the day on Monday, March 31st.
We’re looking for you to share the best, brightest, funniest, and generally most creative Nintendo-inspired memories.
[Update 4/1/2008: The contest is now closed. Thanks for all the great entries. The winning entries have been posted here.]
Nintendo fanboys and fangirls, here’s a chance for you guys to win some awesome prizes. Just share your fondest Nintendo-related memories (by posting a comment below) and you could win an original custom Nintendo collage by fan favorite artist Chris Lange.