These cool necklaces feature a recycled computer key fused to a hand-cut glass tile. The perfect gift for the geeky girl in your life!
These beauts are handmade by Capitola Girl Jewelry. She sells them on Etsy for 29 bucks.
If you thought those wall-size arcade artworks I wrote about the other day were a bit too bold for your taste, you might want to check out these slightly more subtle Tetris-inspired mirrors hanging on your wall instead.
Drooling over the forthcoming satin silver Playstation 3? Thought you had to live in Japan to enjoy its non-thumbprinty matte finish? Well not if reseller Play-Asia has anything to say about it.
The video game importer is now taking orders for the luscious silver PS3, and the price isn’t much higher than you’d pay for a standard model.
For just a few brief moments each day, this clock looks like an ordinary cube, but most of the time it transforms to form star-like geometric patterns.
The Time Cube carves off one corner of its 6-sided box to form a series of layered triangles which rotate to tell the current time.
These geeky rings feature the likeness of those ubiquitous retro arcade game icons, the Space Invaders.
Designed and handcrafted by Italy’s Toy Me Milano, the Sterling Silver rings are the perfect complement to your Pac-Man rings and Atari Joystick necklace.
The latest and greatest watches from New York watchmaker Nooka offer a modern minimal design that stands out from the crowd. I really dig the asymmetrical placement of the watch case that makes them sit off-center on your arm.
Based on a classic 1970s digital watch by revered French designer Roger Tallon, the Mach 2000 is a perfect melding of simplicity and technology.
French watchmaker Lip has taken Tallon’s original watch design and has reissued it for us to enjoy all over again.
Looking for the perfect gift for the video gamer who has everything? Check out these totally cool Ms. Pac-man and Ghost rings designed by Tiny Armour Jewelry.
Also available in the collection are a variety of other pac-man inspired jewels including neckaces and earrings.
Somehow the idea of placing electrodes into a water-filled orb to seems like a bad idea. However, artist Scott J. Franklin has designed a series of glass lighting fixtures that do just that.
The WET Lamp from NON Design is a glass orb with a 10-watt xenon light bulb in the center, then filled with water.