Mario, Donkey Kong, Samus and more are crammed together on this tote bag for what looks like a Nintendo family reunion in a very tiny room. Etsy shop EmSeeItch illustrates tons of your favorite Nintendo characters with adorably round faces for this 15″ by 15″ bag.
There’s also a Legend of Zelda and Pokemon version that you can check out after the break…
These beautiful necklaces are designed by Kelly Zogheb. She’s a New York designer who produces jewelry in limited runs based on current games. The pieces are made from brass to they’ll age to a unique patina over time.
See more examples after the break.
Has Princess Peach ever looked so tough? I think not. This punked out take on Peach by Amanda Finley Cosplay is sassy and so very cool. I bet she doesn’t need to be saved. Peach is part of an entire Nintendo Punk Rock cosplay group that appeared at Ichibancon earlier this month; here’s hoping we’ll see more photos soon!
Photo by Double Stomp Productions.
What if the items on our to-do list were classic Nintendo games? NES My Life imagines our everyday boring activities as retro games, and the designs are pretty funny. Imagine riveting titles like Commute (hours of gameplay!), Job Hunt, and Student Loan Scramble? Hey, if you have to live through such activities, you may as well have fun and poke a little fun at them.
See more NES My Life designs after the break.
Even after all these years, retro gaming is still the one.
Do you long for the days of simpler gaming systems? If so, this ring from Austin Moore’s Earth Art Jewelry and Gem might be for you. The sterling silver band features engraved bricks a la Super Mario Bros. surrounding the game controller, and the A and B buttons feature natural rubies. That’s what we call leveling up.
The ring is made to order and has a 1-2 week turnaround.
See the ring from another angle after the break.
Ever heard of belly warmers? I’m guessing most of us haven’t. The accessory, also called a haramaki, looks like a corset, but it’s design is intended to keep your stomach warm. It used to be worn under clothes, but Japanese company Hobonichi has been treating the garment as a fashionable piece of clothing. And now, they’ve gone geeky with them! They’ve teamed up with Nintendo to make belly warmers featuring Super Mario Bros. and Mr. Saturn. I think they look cozy.
Check out more photos of the belly warmers after the break.
Yesterday was the 25th anniversary of the Game Boy, and this TravelBoy backpack is a fantastic homage. It has tons of detail (including raised buttons) and it’s made from PVC and nylon, so the materials are easy to spot clean with a washcloth. There’s also plenty of room inside the backpack to hold everything you need – including an actual portable gaming system.
See more photos of the cool product and full specs after the break.