Here is a matching couch and chair that looks like the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance (the clamshell version). These would be decorated with cartridge pillows. Game screens can be accomplished by putting screenshots on blankets and draping the blankets on top.
I probably should apologize for this design, but no, not today. Just keep scrolling if you’re new here.
This Rock Band/Guitar Hero carpet would look great in front of the TV, especially if you saw it in the same vantage point as you would in the games.
Wouldn’t it be fun to have the girders from Donkey Kong on your wall? They’d make a fine series of shelves if I may say so. I would also include some barrels for plants or to store other items.
It appears a designer named Igor Chak beat me to this idea, so kudos to him (I didn’t find any existing designs when I originally conceived this design).
I tend to loot the cheese packets from my Kraft Dinners to add to other pastas or soup, and every time I steal the packet for unintended uses, I lament “Why doesn’t Kraft sell their cheese mix separately?”
Yes it would cannibalize the sale of Kraft Dinners, but I can’t be faithful to just macaroni. I need variety! So please Kraft, sell a bulk container of that cheese mix.
Bonus food tip: add frozen veggies (like broccoli and cauliflower) to your Kraft Dinner pasta while it’s cooking. You’ll need to add a bit more margarine and milk, but the veggies taste so good in cheese mix.
Unrelated food tip: add a tablespoon of vanilla ice cream to your coffee. You have a sweetener and creamer in one, and it cools your coffee too!
I recommend using card stock for this one, it is BIG. Normal paper might buckle. Also, my lame printer does not go as dark as I would like, so yours may be darker (do a test print). And lastly the diagram is designed with thicker card stock in mind, so scaling it down for normal paper might cause a few issues.
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This concept marries the modern touchscreen with the old iPod clickwheel. It would be the best of both of worlds, at least for those of us who like to skip songs without looking.
The OREO shape would make for a neat way to store earbuds too, almost like a yo-yo. Who doesn’t wrap their earbuds around their iPod?
This would be small enough to clip onto a wristband or a lapel.