This is the Church of Nintendo. Except not really because it's the Church of St. George in Lalibela, Ethiopia. The D-pad portion of the church and select button were actually carved out of solid rock. Sadly, the start and A and B buttons (trees) were all Photoshopped in. Still, cute. Granted not as cute as if it were entirely real, but neither is this stuffed iguana I'm pretending is a dinosaur for the day. Oh yeah, that's the stuff. Okay, this is important: right before I climax I want you to yell 'The Land Before Time'. NOW -- YELL IT NOW!
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This is a set of keyboard stickers by designer Chris de Lorenzo that replace the letters with cute lil pictures of things representing the letters. G SHOULD BE GEEKOLOGIE. The whole list is:
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This is a little Nintendo Flickr user Arkov made using LEGO pieces. As you can see, it's fairly simple. I didn't actually bother counting the number of blocks it took, but given a quick glance, I'd estimate somewhere in the six to eight range. Few enough for even you to be a... / Continue →
This is a small series titled 'Ghost In The Machine' from artist Erika Iris featuring Nintendo characters (plus Pac-Man) created from NES controller cords (probably really long ones). They're admittedly awesome, but if you hit the jump you can see the others that were recently... / Continue →