Peach seems pretty shocked to see someone using the bathroom. So, I had to do a bit of digging to figure out where this is. Apparently, it’s at a pretty amazing sounding place: Beercade, in Omaha, Nebraska. It’s an arcade combined with a bar that serves craft beer. Who wants to go visit?
This awesome lamp, for sale on Etsy by PugsnLegos, is really made of Legos. Here is some more info:
“This is a Mario Brothers themed Lego light that can also be used to hold your keys, wallet, sunglasses, whatever. The lights are LEDs and they are operated by remote control. Via the remote you can turn the light on and off, change the color, turn the brightness up or down, and the lights have some color changing effects as well.
The Lego tower is approximately 27.5″ tall, and 10″ square at the base. It weighs approximately 10 pounds.”
The price was $2,200, but they’ve dropped it down to $1,200.
ShyGals on Etsy has these nice Mario mushroom rugs for sale.
ZenAlpha makes very cool 3D Perler scenes. Zen says, “I build all the objects and characters with Perler beads, but to save many, many hours I have a high quality print made for the backgrounds. It cost’s a little bit more but I think the results are much better. I build little stands of varying heights for any objects or characters I want elevated off the background. The Chrono Trigger one looks really nice in person since the two trees on either side are in the foreground against the glass with Crono and the party inset. Gives it a cool ‘looking in’ kind of effect.”
Here is the “wall of fame!”
TheDarkLittleBunnY crafted some nice video game plushes. Check them out!
Matt De Lanoy says, “Bob-omb Battlefield is the first stage of Super Mario 64 – the flagship game for the N64 game system. This game came out way back when I was just a freshman in college, and I have great memories of endless game nights with friends playing this game. I’ve had the idea of doing a Super Mario layout for a while, but just what to do escaped me. (Lego versions of the original NES games have been done quite often). Upon finding my old N64 in ‘storage’, I was inspired to create this.”