deviantART member João Victor G. Costa aka JINNdev wondered what the 1985 classic Super Mario Bros. would look like if it was made today but still based on the game’s original sprites. Then he stopped thinking and started making moves.
I haven’t played The Last of Us yet, but I think if you crossed that game with Super Mario Bros. this would be one of its enemies. This gruesome sculpture came from the talented hands and twisted mind of Karen aka Dogzillalives.
If you think that playing video games for too long makes your head hurt, just imagine how these guys feel. In fact, these awesome skulls should be used as a gamer PSA. “This is your brain on Super Mario Bros.”
Etsy seller Elizabeth Dean’s hand towels are embroidered with icons from classic videogames and sci-fi franchises, including Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Doctor Who. They’re great for tidying up the occasional geekgasm. Actually I don’t know what that’s like and I don’t want to know.
Japan’s Club Nintendo is famous for offering weird, wacky and wonderful collectibles for its members. It turns out that a couple of years ago, one of the special items made available to members was this set of Super Mario Bros.
It’s-a-me! Dovahkiin! This Skyrim mod adds the Mushroom Kingdom to the land of Tamriel and lets you pretend to be a character in a videogame who’s pretending to be a character from another videogame. It’s Super Skyrim Bros.!
You can do some amazing things with 3D printers. You can make toys and all sorts of cool things. Look what Joaquin Baldwin created with one. This is a Möbius strip showing the first level of Super Mario Bros.
The only thing better than cookies are cookies shaped like geeky things. Like things from Super Mario Bros. for example. Oreos are good? Are you serious? They are just round cookies with cream in the center.
It’s the classic question mark icon from the Super Mario Bros. games. I’m not sure if its classy enough to be used to propose to someone, but it could come in handy in a fight. And you know how often us geeks get into fisticuffs right?
Every time is Super Mario time with this spiral clock featuring characters and icons from Nintendo’s timeless platformer. You might find it hard to tell the time on this clock because of its pseudo-asymmetrical look. That’s all I see when I look at this thing.
Damn. Those are marbles? When I was a kid marbles were boring swirly colored little orbs. These things are works of art that look so awesome that they should be in some combination of a 3D Mario and a Metroid game.
…but because I’m fine with my body’s aerodynamics as it is, I think I’ll just admire these plugs from a distance. No actually it’s because my tolerance for pain is so low – in fact I’m crying right now because of the terrible pain induced by typing.