Texas gamer and electrical engineer Donald Kennedy (aka “Kodykoala”) created a very impressive Custom Super Mario Gun that is sure to leave Bowser pleading for his life. You can check out more photos on Donald’s Flickr page.
Posts tagged Custom
May The 4th Be With You!
In celebration of this force filled day, artist Chris Squink created an awesome custom Mini Munny Yoda / Stormtrooper piece for FullCircle Gallery’s hosted Star Wars themed “May The 4th Be With You” show today.
Catherine Penfold-Waxman’s custom Star Wars Boba Fett purse might be the only purse that I would hold for my wife while she climbs out of the Sarlacc Pit with me. Unfortunately, this item is sold out over at her Etsy store.
She had plenty of other custom geeky good available!
Via: Geeks Are Sexy
SPRING CUSTOM PORTRAIT CONTEST SIGNED PRINT GIVEAWAY!
Spring is around the corner which means as thanks to you for following me here, as usual—I am giving TWO of you the chance to win a custom portrait made by me, custom-tailored to your heart’s desire. Free, no strings attached. The rules are simple, but read them so you can win.
What You Get:
A Web-resolution (1100 pixel) custom portrait, tailored to your most bizarre of requests. You can get a very traditional portrait done or as outlandish as you can dream. Zombies, Hipsters, Pirates, Ninjas, Superheroes, Robots, etc. are all fair-game themes in which you can have yourself transmogrified in painted form.
How to Enter:
Facebook: Simply comment on the following facebook post. You get an extra entry if you click the “share” button and post it to your wall. (Sam Spratt - Facebook Contest)
This also counts as an entry.
Tumblr: Just reblog/like this post!
How long this will last:
This contest will run until April 6th, 2012. You all are the best! Good luck and thanks again to all who follow my little slice of artwork on the web.
NOTE: You must be a follower or subscriber at the time of the win.
Not only does singer / songwriter Brian Fisk’s custom Star Wars Millennium Falcon Guitar play music, but it also sports a R2-D2 head stock, working lights / sounds and bad ass hyperdrive lights in the back. It’s time to rock!
Check out the video below to see it in action.
In the spirit of DKE Toys’ “Vader Project”, 25 selected artists created customized versions of Darth Vader’s iconic helmet for HalloweenCostumes.com. You can now bid on any of the rad designs in their online auction.
“The top three helmets were chosen as winners, and are noted below with ribbons. Now, you will have the chance to own one of these great works of art via online auction. Proceeds will benefit the Midwest Art Catalyst and The Miracle League of North Mankato.”