Good news, everyone! Sometime in the next 30 days a design that was posted here on this blog will become an actual product you can purchase. This isn’t some minor trinket, but a full-fledged product that will be carried by several major retailers and can be ordered online.
Continue reading ➞ What’s In The Box?
Here is a candle holder design based on Calcifer and his fireplace from Howl’s Moving Castle, something I hope Miyazaki fans will enjoy.
Continue reading ➞ Calcifer Candle Holder
I was recently looking over some old Coleco table hockey players, and had an idea: die-cut stickers (meaning no white backdrop) on clear plastic blades. This approach would not only look good for those Coleco players, but for pixelated players too.
Continue reading ➞ NHL ’94 Tabletop Hockey
This actually started out as a First-Aid kit design, but then I saw those wheels on Baymax’s charging station in the film and decided to make this a suitcase instead. Probably for the better, suitcases are more likely to be seen and used than your typical household First-Aid kit.
Continue reading ➞ Baymax Suitcase
Here’s a pair of smartphone dock designs that pay homage to a time when we plugged cartridges into other cartridges to play games. Back in the early 90’s such adapter cartridges like Sonic & Knuckles, Super Game Boy, and Game Genies were pretty cool, you kids will have to take my word for it.
Continue reading ➞ Sega And Nintendo Smartphone Docks
Haven’t seen the new Fantastic Four film yet, but from what I’ve gathered it wasn’t well-received at all. Many fans have started to ponder the future direction of the franchise, myself included. Figured I’d share some of those thoughts.
Continue reading ➞ How I’d Reboot The Fantastic Four
If you’re Canadian who is 22 and older, you probably want one of these. As you know I am straight-up gangsta, and even I would want one.
All you would need is a red “construction worker” lunch box, then decorate it (via paint or stickers) with a bunch of pretty flowers.