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deviantART user gavacho13 recently contacted us wanting to showcase some of his art. And well we liked it. So much so we decided to post some of his works for your eyeballs to enjoy. His theme for these works is ‘Sesame Street Fighter’. Pretty clever.
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One word: CREATIVE!
I like post-its, I use them often. I stick them every where. On my walls, on my computer monitor, on my lappy, and my head…..
I think everyone can relate to this guy when it comes to working and deadlines. I like how they even included the bullshitting part. That was a plus. because dont we all do that? =)
Wanna see how they did it?
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As you may or may not know/care, I’ve been gone for a long time. Life without Internet is a terrible thing. However, rather than doing something more productive with my time, I decided to spend my Internet-less day(s) delving into shitty artwork – I vandalized my backyard with chalk. Ladies and gentlemen, this is my Mario mural in Silicon Valley, California. You can click on the pictures for higher resolutions.
To honor my great piece of work, I’ve decided to post it alongside other forms of video game vandalism. Please enjoy them after the break. Read On
Lego builder, Arkov, has created the cutest mini NES system. And not only does it look like a mini NES, it has an opening in the front, AV ports on the side, and a DC port in the back just like a real NES.
For more photos of this piece of Lego art and instructions on how to build your own, visit his Flickr page.
SAN RAFAEL, CA, May 5, 2009 – Telltale and Aardman are announcing the release of The Last Resort, the latest of four monthly Wallace & Gromit games that open up the world of West Wallaby Street like never before. “The Last Resort” is available today for PC from www.telltalegames.com as part of the Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventures series. The games will also be coming soon to Xbox LIVE® Arcade.
Telltale’s Wallace & Gromit games are like interactive films, with humorous storylines and creative characters conceived in collaboration with Aardman’s award-winning team. In the new episode, Wallace and Gromit’s Blackpool holiday is rained out, so the enterprising inventor and his clever dog bring the beach to their basement with the construction of West Wallaby Waterworld, a makeshift resort complete with sun, sand, and Wallace’s homemade boardwalk attractions. Keeping their guests satisfied turns out to be tricky business, particularly after one is thumped on the head by an unknown assailant. Everyone is a suspect! Now Wallace and Gromit must work together to finger the culprit, with a little help from Wallace’s latest invention: the Deductomatic.
You guys seemed to really enjoyed the first set of art, so I figured it’d be best to hit you guys with another one. Because the majority of these pictures were submitted by our readers, not all sources are available on this set. High-resolution desktop wallpapers at the end!
Relax guys, it’s a foam model.
Mouse Vomit gives us a mouse inspired by the original Nintendo controller. Coming up, eyeglasses inspired by the Virtual Boy Headset.
I’m not one of those guys who normally goes all mushy over cute stuff but this adorable creation by Bjarne Tveskovs, really hit the spot for me. If I had some spare cash and time I’d definately try something like this. Check out the gallery after the break for more adorableness, and of course jet over to Tveskovs blog for more goodness.
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We all know that Mario’s been through a lot:
But have you seen him like this? Click on the pictures for a higher resolution.
Edit: With the overwhelming popularity of this post, we decided to post even MORE!
“Turnip Murder” by Nonie
“Super Mario Bros. 2” by Rex Hackelberg
“Return” by Misha
“Donkey Kong & Mario” by Bob Dob
“Super Mario Bros. 3” by Gabe Swarr
“Super Mario World” by Mike Mitchell
“Empire” by Misha
Untitled by Malinko
“The M.K.” by Jose Emroca Flores
Untitled by Handre de Jager
My favorite is probably “Super Mario World” by Mike Mitchell, solely because Yoshi is wearing a pair of Air Force Ones. What about you?