If I made cookies more often and wasn’t perpetually on a diet trying to shift my immense man-belly, I’d seriously consider buying these 3D printed game of Thrones Cookie Cutters by artist Athey Moravets. His Etsy shop “Warpzone” specializes in custom cookie cutters and as well as the above house sigils you can also get the face of Tyrion Lannister in cookie form:
As well as a myriad of Dr Who:
Super Mario Bros:
And so much more…
Via Laughing Squid
I’m a little sad that my Japanese isn’t good enough to tell you the complete story behind this assuming there is one. From what I can gather the original Japanese post is just a blog post about geeky T-Shirts, and it happens to have this Kimono in it too.
The homemade (I assume?) Mario Kimono has a scent from Super Mario Bros embroidered on the “Obi” and the start screen on the back, as well as having Mario, Peach, Bowser a Boo and a 1-Up mushroom on the kimono.
The Famicom (What the Japanese NES was) controller obi tie makes it perfect.
Incidentally the same post also has this pretty cool Gameboy Dress:
And these funky Gamer tights:
This is the 21st in a series of “Show Me Your Gamer Shirts” Blog posts by this blogger, so there is a lot more to see there.
These 8-Bit quilts are made to order from iamduckydale’s Etsy shop they are designed by artist Ana Petree Garcia.
This is a cool piece of latte art by Brooklyn Barista Marni Cohen, of Cafe Madeline.
Via The Daily Dot
This could be the reason I use to get a Roomba, these custom Nintendo Roomba covers were created for the SUPER iam8bit Art Exhibit. Featuring Koopa shells, a Goomba from the super mario series of games and an Octorock from the Legend of Zelda.
I must admit that I’m a little disappointed that there isn’t a blue shell with wings, can you imaging how scary that would be if it started following you?
Via Apartment Therapy
I know I’ve probably posted other interpretations of the Mario Story, but this amused me.
Via Man Eggs
In other news and slightly related news I found out today that the person who voices Cortana in the Halo series is the same person that voices Princess Peach and Toad in the Mario games…
This t-shirt design by Albino Raven (Glen Brogan) (Facebook) showing the various Warp Zones in Mario 1,2 and 3 sadly isn’t available on his Split Reason store front…
This image by Benrryu over on CG Hub shows what would happen is Mario and Chun-Li Swapped Clothes. I think Chun-Li gets off better…
These finger-less gloves in the shape of Mario powerup mushrooms are available from Nerdifacts on etsy. You can also buy a set that is just red or just green.
This entertainment unit created by Igor Chak is styled after the level design from Donkey Kong.
So one day I was walking around the outskirts of the vintage digital game world “which I sometimes do, please don’t look at me weird”, I came across an old scenario that has been embedded in my childhood memory…The colorful steel beams of Donkey Kong and I started to wonder, what happens to all those video game props when games become old….do they get stored away in a digital world or do they fade away with time? The famous steel beams from Donkey Kong have served their time but I could not pass by such an ingenious design…. So as a designer I though how can I encourage Mario to take this back. I’m sure with popularity of Mario he is not a simple plumber anymore and he wouldn’t want some rusty beat up steel beams at his place but he would probably need some kind of sweet looking wall to put his awards and trophies on.
So here is a Donkey Kong wall, strong, good looking but still has its character. The wall is made out of individual sections; each section is made out of durable but light carbon fiber, anodized aluminum pixels that are joined with strong stainless steel rods and toughened glass tops. The special mounts themselves are made out of steel and can support up to 60lbs
So Mario….sit your Lady friend on that nice looking couch you have and enjoy the show!