According to IN THE WOUP, a French street artist based in Lyon: “I’ve been a street artist for over 10 years. My work has always been inspired by the Geekdom and its infinite wealth. Raised by video games and the “club Dorothée” (French cartoon show), I subsequently quenched my thirst for fantasy through books, movies, manga, and board games… In short, everything that came to my hands! Continue reading »
It’s in Super Nintendo World, an area dedicated to Mario’s world in Universal Park in Osaka, Japan, that the Kinopio’s Cafe is located. Continue reading »
Mario Unger is an Austrian photographer and digital artist whose main work is colorizing and restoring old photographs. The artist says the reason for doing all this work is to reduce the felt distance in time a little bit. Continue reading »
Lovers of cats and video games will love this Mario Cat Complex by Catastrophic Creations. The hollow complex with sisal-lined portals allows cats to jump through one end and ‘teleport’ out the other. The boxes are made out of birch wood, the question box is made with pet proof mesh and the entire complex can support up to 85 lbs of feline feistiness. Continue reading »
This wedding will have gaming nerds and nerdettes all over the country swooning over their joysticks. Continue reading »
What better way to escape the summer heat than with ice pops…make that super mario ice pops!
Chungkong has created a fun series that takes some of our favorite mario game charters and turns their likenesses into frozen treats. The catchphrase? Simple. “Frozen Bros. on a stick.” (Wonder if Mario tastes like strawberries.) Continue reading »