Zelda fans – Looking for something to go with your new Master Sword & Hylian Shield? Here’s a fun idea for some last minute Halloween decorations. Found on flickr, these Link and Triforce Jack-o-Lanterns were hand-carved by Fred Fisher (aka “b1uefish”) and his sister.
Fauxblademaster Aaron makes “convention safe” video game swords and shields in his spare time. He hasn’t made a ton of them yet, but each of his creations are very detailed. Here’s one of his creations, a fiberglass replica of the Twilight Princess version of the Master Sword, Link’s trusty weapon in the Legend of Zelda series.
Link, the boy hero from a legion of Legend of Zelda games, is a popular subject for sculptures and fan art of all sorts, like this life-sized model. There’s just one catch with this example, though–it’s made entirely of paper.
Millions of people around the world are starving, and will probably kill themselves for food. Wait that doesn’t make sense. You know what else doesn’t make sense? That someone out there thinks he can charge $15,000 (USD) for a plastic plate.
Zelda fans have been with Link through the ages, so why limit cosplay to individuals old enough to choose for themselves? Presenting the Link costume for babies:
Not that I can say much–my son was a moogle for his first Halloween.
Samus Aran has always been bad, but now she’s not alone amongst Nintendo’s top tier ladies. In this rendering by Assim Heetun, Princess Zelda, Princess Peach, and Samus have gone over the edge. They haven’t gone wild… they’ve gone punk warrior!
There’ve been a lot of bad-ass 8-bit quilts spread across the Internet, but usually, they’re dedicated to one game, serving as a showcase for a single NES-era memory. Not so with this quilt; this bad boy is more about the entire experience, so it’s fitting that it’s called “THE” Nintendo Quilt.
If you ever find yourself in a pixelated 1992, and you find that green crystals pop out when you cut grass, you should be fine as long as you have this map with you. And as long as you arrive after the Triforce has been touched.
Remember the awesome Fami-Card – the casemod which managed to cram a fully-functional 8-bit Nintendo console into an old NES cartridge? Well the Fami-Card is back, and this time the circuit has made its way into a classic Zelda cartridge.
If you’ve always dreamed of serenading your very own Zelda with the dulcet tones of an ocarina, now’s your chance. You can buy this playable replica, tri-force logo and all!
Anything that’s described as a “mesmerizing playable fairy flute” is sure to get the ladies lining up at your doorstep.
Looks like hero of Nintendo’s Zelda Juggernaut has gotten yet another makeover. This time, he’s been immortalized in adorable knitted amigurumi form.
Crafter Artoo1121 of Geek Central Station has really gone the extra mile with this amazingly detailed little Link.
Planning a geeky wedding? Here’s a tip for you- create super-detailed, individualized video game avatar name cards for each guests.
This couple took this project very seriously. The Mr. lovingly designed individual placecards for 77 guests, assigning each person his or her own specially chosen avatar.
If you just can’t get enough of Link’s Crossbow Training for the Wii, have I got an accessory for you. Sure the hour-long game already comes inside the package with Nintendo’s Wii Zapper, but that’s not really a crossbow, is it?
You may think you know Mario and Zelda, but you’ve never seen them like this.
Artist Jimi Benedict (a.k.a. “Jimiyo”) created these 8-bit game inspired images which combine the pixel-blocky forms of the game’s original characters with a surreal mix of natural textures and literal illustration styles.