Main title from Star Wars played on a 5/80 Sanfilippo Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ, played by Jelani Eddington. It is not only great to hear, but it is quite a treat to watch Eddington move his hands skillfully on a pipe organ.
Star Wars meets polygon art meets pillow cases in these creations of TheRetroInc. Characters on the pillow cases are based off the original trilogy, just in case you needed more reason to like them. Each pillow case is priced at $34.
Going where no man has gone before would definitely involve some other goodies beyond the action in Star Trek. That would be getting to chug booze and bear at the final frontier. Relations between the Federation and Klingons should be improving, because we’re now about to start a licensed production of Klingon beer. Klingon Warnog is a hand-crafted Roggen Dunkel that will be for sale in US & Canada later this year, produced by CBS Consumer Products, in partnership with The Federation of Beer.
Superheroes and other comic book characters forsake their usual costumes for the sake of Iron Man themed armor… and the result is glorious. The illustrations are the work of artist BossLogic.
Ah 8-bit, the block ridden, barely conspicuous medium that probably nobody would care about if it didn’t bring us the sweet nostalgia. For that reason alone, we shall remain hooked to the magic of 8-bit for a long time to come. Slovekian artist Dusan Cezek has created a set of 8-bit images that present some of the well known movie moments, and a set of comic book characters in the glorious gif format.
A man from Brazil spent six months in animating himself and his son into Dragon Ball for the son’s birthday. The animation replaces Vegeta, Trunks and Gohan with himself and his 9-year-old son. He also got the original Brazilian voice actors of Bulma and Goku into the animation, and to wish his son “Happy Birthday” with the animation. Hit ahead to see the video, it is in Portuguese though.
Just a couple of days ago we saw minimalist superhero energy drinks. As common sense tells us, superheroes cannot live in the world of energy drinks without their nemesis. Villain energy drinks by Mike Karolos follows his earlier concept of superhero energy drinks. Famous Marvel and DC characters grace these popular drinks, and the villains lend their character to this set.
We have often ridiculed the skimpy armor females wear in games and comics. It is with no shame that we accept that the ridicule was totally uncalled for. As these comics by nebezial show, it is all science.
Red Bull gives you wings, but it adds superhero powers to those wings. Well, usually. Sometimes you don’t get the power to fly, and you could end up as Batman (which would be awesome), or Aquaman (which would suck). In the latter case, you just accept your destiny because fate is cruel. Redbull Superheroes from Diego Fonseca present minimalist superhero styling on the classic cans of RedBull. Well, they have no RedBull logo or insignia, but the shape of the cans is identification enough.