Eastbourne, UK artist Scott Weston (aka “Hoborobo“) has created a three part series of dress up pop culture character designs that depict Luke Skywalker, Mario and Marty McFly as paper dolls, with each having various funny accessories. Prints, iPhone and iPad cases / skins and apparel are available to purchase at Scott’s online Society6 and RedBubble stores.
I haven’t seen him since he was 18 (that was five years ago) First thing he goes for when he gets here, the Nintendo 64. That’s my little brother!
Super Mario Bros. + Hungry Hungry Hippos = Hungry Hungry Koopas!
Donald Kennedy (aka Kodykoala) combined one of our favourite video games with one of our favorite childhood tabletop games. Look closely and you’ll see the game has been completely transformed. Turning each hungry hippo into a hungry Koopa Kid required 10 hours of labour. The entire customization process took Donald about 50 hours. And, just in case you’re wondering (because we sure were), the game is still completely playable. The whole thing was covered in multiple layers of clear coat to protect the paint job. Just be sure you’ve got some chiptunes queued up on the stereo.
Visit Donald’s Flickr page to view more photos of this awesome project. If you happen to be attening the El Paso Comic Con this weekend, you’ll have an opportunity to buy this wonderful custom creation.
Oh my Mario! Hungry, Hungry Koopas!!
Pipe Dream by Joey Lee Cabral
ML, I’m not gonna lie to you. I thought this Mario looked very Craig like. I’m sorry ML, your husband is secretly Mario. I’m sorry you had to find out this way.
BAH HA HA HA HA HAHA, THAT LAST PICTURE IS HILARIOUS!! Sorry for yelling, I was excited!
Sorry, Mario, but the Princess is in another aquarium.
I need this because of reasons. Devan, you know what they are, help me!
Oh my Mario, I remember that game!!!
Artist Andrew Wilson brought together a triple threat set of video game greatness in his new series. Prints are now on sale at the Geek-Art Store.
You can also follow Andrew and his work here on Tumblr!