Night Watch Bros and Super Mario Bros ought to be a tight fit. The T-shirt costs $15.
Comic book and video game art, while existing in very similar settings, can be widely different. The difference shows itself very well through these illustrations by video game artist Marco Nelor who recreated famous heroes in the style of fresh fighting game Injustice.
We’d get our hands on this just to play a faux game of Tetris. The pieces light up when stacked together and switch off when separated. It includes seven pieces that can be stacked in any order. Costs $33.
When you think about it, Hyrule might be a nice place to hit on a holiday. Probably not the best, but a pretty sweet destination nonetheless. Artist and graphic designer Dean Walton has an entire set of Hyrulean Travel posters to help nudge travelers in the right direction. Available at GamerPrint.
Quite an interesting translation of video game characters into apparel, these Pacman and ghost hoodies by If Industries do a good job. The ghosts may be considered comparatively simpler to bring into design, Pacman though, seems to be quite brilliant.
Artist Andrew Golden imagines what Facebook profile photos of video game characters might look like. The verdict? Not very different to the usual stuff that lands up on Facebook walls around the globe.
So how big of a Mega Man fan do you have to be to get a mega man hoodie to sleep in, and couple it with a buster pillow. We’re guessing the answer is a mega fan, although as a costume it does happen to look pretty good. Priced ~$60. Via ProductPage [Japanese], Kotaku
Here’s a mashup of Super Mario characters imagined in the Grand Theft Auto universe. To be objective, Mario seems enough of a deviant and killer to fit right into the GTA universe, the cuteness is just a veil. Checkout these illustrations by Malaysian artist Amirul Hafiz.
Illustrator Joey Spiotto uses the book art of classic Little Golden Books and mashes them up with popular video games to create these prints that are both quite contemporary and nostalgic. Available on his Etsy shop.
The passion and nostalgia of the retro gamer will make them love this video game cartridge pillow set. Sadly the big names don’t feature on these cartridges, but we’ll take what we get. Costs $35.
The adorable Yoshi Lego figure by Bruce Lowell comes complete with an egg, and quite the detail the Lego bricks can afford to such a character. The hills in the background are Lego as well, though the poor clouds did not have that luck.
Checkout these neat Super Mario themed Easter eggs. There’s also an Instructables page if you’d like to go the DIY route.
Here it is, propaganda for you from the world of Link and Zelda. Be warned though, they follow the perspective of Ganondorf. Available on Etsy.
“Blow Me,” said the NES cartridge poster. Costs $4.
The video by GoldenMoustache takes a hilarious look at sex in the world of video games. via