Disney Princesses really know how to stay in the limelight, mostly thanks to the large number of fan art and iterations that we get to see. For the latest one, here are Disney princesses dressed up as World of Warcraft characters in illustrations by LiberLibelula.
Artist Gonzalo Ordóñez Arias created these illustrations inspired by the popular game, World of Warcraft. Via: Cuded
These stoneware steins feature art from World of Warcraft. The steins are 10-inches tall, and can weigh as much as 3 pounds, and are available in three models. Need we say they look good? Cost $100. Via: UberReview
SteelSeries has unveiled a new mouse for the upcoming World of Warcraft: Cataclysm expansion. The mouse has 14 programmable buttons that can store 130+ preset commands, and the ability to store 10 character profiles in software and one in the mouse itself. It also has LEDs to make it look all shiny and cool. Cataclysm …
Blizzard has relased a cinematic intro to the WoW: Cataclysm expansion. Worth a watch, even if you’re not that into World of Warcraft.
Avatar days is a short film that runs for about four minutes, and brings World of Warcraft avatars into the real world. It is about four people, or four players whose avatars stroll the world like others while their players get interviewed. The movie was made for “4 day Film” category in the Darklight Film …
Some World of Wacraft players decided to show off their talent with paper, and created these interesting and catchy papercraft masterpieces. Geekstir and Gearfuse
Nerds in love with the World of Warcraft can now get their hands on WoW Horde Coins, in real life, very much outside the virtual world. The coins are plated in various precious metals and sell for $62. NerdApproved