Pixar Collection Blu-Ray Case

Toy Story Blu-Ray case by Dave Delisle

Sorry for the lack of activity lately! I have been editing hundreds of posts these past few months as part of my cleanup effort. While I was sorting through all my art I stumbled on something I made a few years back, but decided not to post: this PIXAR case based on the Pizza Planet truck, which has been seen in every PIXAR film. 

Adventure Time Beemo Blu-Ray Case

Adventure Time blu-ray case design by Dave's Geeky Ideas

Started watching Adventure Time this past month, and it’s safe to say I’m a big fan. It’s a whimsical, carefree show which makes for a nice chaser for something like Breaking Bad.

I made this design very simple because I am often told my concepts are too expensive to execute. It is a cardboard sleeve with an insert that holds several Blu-Ray cases. It is based on BMO (Beemo), a character fashioned after an old Game Boy.

Monopoly Real Estate Sign

Monopoly real estate sign signage design by Dave Delisle Dave's Geeky Ideas davesgeekyideas

Here is a simple sign design for Realtors, based on the board game Monopoly. The sign itself is like a property space from the game, and there is a house at the top of the mast (could be a red hotel if this was a commercial property).

Note: a few Realtors have asked me if they could run with this. I think it’s mostly safe but I’m not a lawyer so proceed at your own risk.

Decoration Idea: Video Game Screenshot Picture Box

Video game shadow box 3D screenshot design 2011 dave delisle davesgeekyideas

UPDATE: There is now one you can try to make based on Super Mario Bros 3.

You know those 3D movie posters McFarlane Toys sells? Now you can make something similar for video games. Here is a fun, inexpensive DIY decoration idea for a rainy day: a picture box frame that contains a diorama of a video game screenshot. Now you can hang a 3D image of your favorite video game on the wall!

Wile E. Coyote Blueprint Posters Now Available

Wile E Coyote Blueprints

You can buy a poster of this image here. You can find wallpapers here.

As you can see I updated the art substantially since I released the wallpaper this past spring. I missed a few details, the largest being the whole box and its contents were tilted.

Wile E Coyote Blueprints

You can buy a poster of this image here. You can find wallpapers here.

Another mistake I made in the original wallpaper was placing a pile of birdseed rather than an ‘X’. I must have been thinking of another failed Wile E. Coyote plan.

For both I would like to add a grid to the background, but these are how they appeared in the cartoon.

Heavy Duty Office Chair

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I loathe office chairs because despite their initial good looks and comfort, they are not durable. How companies not factor in this wear-and-tear into their chair designs is beyond me.

That said, I have designed what I feel is the one chair to rule them all. This heavy duty chair is a monster: steel frame, redundant wheels, shock absorbers, and tension springs. It is painted yellow to alert your co-workers of its presence; a trait symbolic of its construction equipment pedigree. Essentially a Tonka chair