Who doesn’t love a walk down memory lane – especially with these static portraits of old video game characters. See the likes of Mega-Man, Mario, Luigi, Samus, link, and more. You can thank Etsy shop owner Andrew Heath for these stunning minimal beauties. See all the stunners and gunners after the break:
Link certainly has a lot to live up to when it comes to this beautiful rendition of Princess Zelda. Cosplayer Akuriko Costume and photographer Rikku-chan of TotallyToasty Info worked together to bring you this amazingly stunning photo shoot. The tricky thing is that neither of them planned for a night shoot, so any light you see is from their personal car lights. Pretty nifty trick once you see the rest of the photos!
If you haven’t seen this mashup of the Game Of Thrones / Legend of Zelda intro, then you are wasting your morning away! It’s better than you think, and even better wen you see the detailing in the video. You may think you know….but you don’t. You know noting John Snow.
We have a serious love affair with the guys over at Man At Arms: Reforged. They just uploaded a new video of them making Link’s Hylian Shield – and you don’t want to miss out on this build. Truly stunning from all angles. And – there’s a little surprise at the end for true fans! See video an completed project w/Sword after the break.
Collecting hearts isn’t the only thing this awesome Legend of Zelda Hyrule Crest necklace will get you, most likely Link himself will come charging around the corner waving his wooden sword. Thanks to Etsy seller GuiltyGeeks you can get your very own for just shy of $200. The necklace is silver plated gold colored wire bent into shape then coiled again to increase stability. Check out more pics after the break.
Spring is in the air! At least here in Texas it’s in the air, and I have the allergies to prove it! But with spring flowers come April showers and all the weddings we can choke on. But – alas – don’t scoff too fast, because as a geek nation we are now all being represented by the best of car decals to exclaim your love and devotion. Drive away proclaiming your new nuptuals with these awesome themed “Just Married” wedding vinyl window cling decal by Anthony Herrera Designs ($25). You have to see all the geekiness after the break (unfortunately, cars not included):
Because the Super-Fan Build team isn’t awesome enough, they also have expert blacksmiths craft actual weapons based on geek content. This video shows the process they used to craft a life-sized version of Link’s Fierce Deity Sword from Legend of Zelda: Majorca’s Mask. Because you need a double helixed blade of awesomeness. Check out how the real thing was made after the break. Continue reading Super-Fan Build: Link’s Fierce Deity Sword
Mystery box subscriptions are all the craze these days. You know what I’m talking about, right? Mystery subscription boxes are mail order boxes filled with stuff that you pay for on a monthly basis. The catch is that you have no idea what is going to be in the box month-to-month. You have to go on faith that what is being delivered, will match the value of what you’re paying for the monthly subscription. And depending on what you subscribe to, you can open your mystery box and it may be filled beyond the value of your monthly fee, or you may come up short. It’s a gamble. And with a million different subscription themes out there; boxes for dogs, for foodies, for grooming, for geeks, etc, etc. You have to be sure you know what you’re getting into. Curious? Read on.
Every now and again we come across an artist who creates awesome geek stuff, just like these light boxes imagined and built by Christina over at Burnt Pixels. The boxes are made of laser-cut MDF, which is painted beautifully to match the box theme. During the day the box is super cute, but when the lights are out and you place a flameless tea light candle (included) underneath, it lights up! I don’t know about you, but I feel like I need one by my bedside, and maybe even one on my fireplace mantle. Check out more of Christina’s work after the break.
You thought your city was cool? Oh yeah? Do you have regular citizens creating Zelda Treasure boxes and hiding them around your town? You don’t? I didn’t think so – because that’s what makes Austin AWESOME! Meet the creator of these boxes and see his treasure abound after the break.