We love these digital papercraft renderings of classes NES games. Can you identify them all? They’re from a series entitled NEStalgia by Montreal-based digital artist and illustrator Steph Caskenette.

Prints are available here.

Visit Steph Caskenette’s Behance page to check out more of his artwork.

[via Nerd Approved]

It’s Classic Video Game Day on Geyser of Awesome!

This awesome work of LEGO and gaming geekery is a 75” x 45” mosaic made of 10,511 LEGO bricks featuring a vast array (nearly 24 square feet) of characters from classic Nintendo and Sega arcade games.

Click here to view a hi-res image of this incredible LEGO mosaic.

This geektastic masterpiece was created by an artist in the UK named Franck Lahaye who has put his handiwork up for sale on Etsy, saying, “All profits will go toward my friend’s school project, she is raising money to send her class to Africa next year.”

[via Technabob]

Redditor Nasicournus spotted this awesome display of ground meat molded into the shapes of Cut Man and Mega Man at the Uwajimaya Asian supermarket right here in Seattle.
When a ground pork robot faces off against a ground beef robot, who will emerge victorious? We aren’t sure, but we’re guessing the leftovers will be delicious either way.
[via Obvious Winner]

Redditor Nasicournus spotted this awesome display of ground meat molded into the shapes of Cut Man and Mega Man at the Uwajimaya Asian supermarket right here in Seattle.

When a ground pork robot faces off against a ground beef robot, who will emerge victorious? We aren’t sure, but we’re guessing the leftovers will be delicious either way.

[via Obvious Winner]

We love finding examples of people doing awesomely creative things with stained glass, so we were delighted to encounter the wonderfully geeky work of self-taught stained glass artist Evan Daniels.

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Evan’s magnificent windows feature some of our favourite characters from video games such as Metroid, Halo, and Mega Man, superheroes like Iron Man, My Little Pony characters, and even the occasional TARDIS. Head over to Evan’s Etsy shop, MartianGlassWorks, to see more.

[via Kotaku]