Add a little geeky flair to your Christmas holiday with this 10-Light Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet Light Set. Not recommended for anyone who has a bounty on their head. The lights are available to purchase online from Amazon.
Canadian artist, geek and hockey enthusiast Dave Delisle of Geeky Jerseys has taken Pokémon and the Super Mario Bros. to the ice in his geeky line of custom made hockey jerseys. The “Trainers" jersey design is currently available to purchase online.
You can view even more jerseys via my post on Laughing Squid.
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“Hello IT. Have you tried turning it off and on again?”
During a Q&A session at the German re:publica digital conference, IT Crowd creator and writer Graham Linehan announced that he is bringing the award-winning geeky British sitcom and cast members (Chris O’Dowd, Richard Ayoade, Katherine Parkinson and Matt Berry) back to Channel 4 for one last special forty-minute episode. According to Bleeding Cool, this final episode will be filmed in three weeks.
You can read more via my post on Laughing Squid.
Sonic the Hedgehog is about ready to unleash his fury is this fan illustration created by 8bit Ego artist Josh Summana. This is the first of many hero themed video game art pieces that Josh is creating for a future gallery showcase.
You may remember his previous series of nostalgic gaming villains.
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Star Wars Taxidermy, a project by Boston artist Jon Defreest for Tauntr, features a Photoshopped series of images that mounts the heads of creatures found in the Star Wars films lovingly on various fireplaces.
Light Landspeeder is a Tron: Legacy / Star Wars film mashup of a Land Speeder and Light Cycle that I created back in 2010 which should become a reality since The Walt Disney Company recently acquired Lucasfilm. This piece was inspired by a comment made by my friend / artist Geekleetist regarding a great Tron-Taun mashup by David Swart.
My good friend Jesse is getting married to a lovely lady name Jessi this Saturday (10/13/2012) and the two fellow geeks asked if I could help with making a drawing / photoshop of them as video game characters. This is what the end result was, after some Photoshop work and rebuilding the Mass Effect logo. Jessi wanted a SNES instruction manual look for the cover design, so that is what I tried for. It also received a modern Mass Effect twist.
“Fight for the Love" is simply a remix of the Mass Effect 2 slogan "Fight for the Lost”
Jess Effect - Fight for the Love: 10-13-2012
You can now follow me on Instagram, if you get bored.
The artistic brothers Magnus and Viktor Nyström teamed up to create a badass / realistic version of Mario in their piece titled Hero. It was largely inspired and a tribute to work by the talented Dave Rapoza.
Related Rampage: Super Plumber Mario - 3D
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