Thank you very much to anybody that bought a copy of my ‘Supernatural Kart’ T-shirt design from Limiteed.com yesterday, but don’t worry if you missed the sale, I’ve now added the design to my Redbubble store and you can purchase it at www.redbubble.com/people/byway/works/10325686-supernatural-kart!
While my ‘Space Fox’ T-shirt sale was ending over at GraphicLabTees.com I was busy reworking my other Fox Racing parody design, ‘Two-Tailed Fox’, and here it is finished and available to buy over at RedBubble! Click on the image above to visit my store or click here
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Here are some more brilliant images of computer games in real life, and I’m not completely sure who made them because there wasn’t a name on mentioned but they were posted at www.thegameisalife.com, so contact me if you do know who the person responsible is so I can give them some credit! I especially like the racing car and the TMNT images
I never wear a watch, mainly because I never need to (I have a clock on my mobile) and I like not having anything tied to my wrist, but I couldn’t resist ordering an N64 Goldeneye watch which will hopefully look like the one in the image above when I get it, and if it does then it will be a bargain because it cost me less than £5, and that’s including postage to the UK!
If you want to find out how to get one as well then click on the photo above to get to the thread at cheapassgamer.com which explains how to do it. It’s not complicated and just involves downloading an image and making an account with the website www.artscow.com
Yes, this amazing creation made by Julius Von Brunk is exactly what it looks like…a Transforming Gameboy made from Lego with a Lego Tetris cartridge that also transforms into a Transformer bird!
Artist’s note: A creative alphabet based on the binari code made to show the videogames world. Every character was formed by an ambigram and drawn like the videogames they were inspired from. The ABC that we produced is a little book formed using two floppy discs and transparent slides to display each letter in a more effective way (similar to the pc screen)
I love the fact that it manages to combine computer game artwork, the alphabet and ambigrams, and that it’s a book made using floppy discs as covers!
My Bomber Mario T-shirt design is still available to purchase over at ShirtVegas.com until the end of Sunday 12th February so make sure you buy your copy before it’s gone! and somebody else obviously had the same idea of combining Mario with Bomberman because you can play an actual flash game of Bomber Mario here!