I have a clock on the wall that is slowly losing time. I need a new battery for it, but I think I also need a new clock.
Alan Kwok of Alantronics hand crafts amazingly fun clocks. If you’re a big fan of Adventure Time, you’re in luck, because there are a lot of cool Adventure Time themed clocks to choose from.
Alan also has other neat clocks, including a creepy Weeping Angel clock, so go visit today!
My son loves video games and geeky things and for Christmas he asked Santa for a gyroid from Animal Crossing. That’s not something you can pick up at WalMart. I ended up crocheting him one and he loves it. But not everyone can create obscure (and awesome) geeky toys for their kids. That’s why I love places like Etsy and Deviantart. They connect you directly with artists that are offering unique things you’re looking for or can custom make it for you.
If your kid is a geek-in-training, this gallery is sure to provide you with awesome creations they approve of. Many of these you’ll be tempted to buy for yourselves!
Jedi Baby Rattle Lightsaber by HandmadeMonster
Baby Geek Toy Teether by 3PrincessesStore
Level 1 Human Hat by geeklingdesigns
I love patches. They’re an easy way to show the world what you love, and make your clothes look awesome.
Paul of That’s What I Needed knows exactly what you need… Team Fortress 2 Patches!
There’s also a large assortment of Adventure Time patches, so go visit today!
Figure Drawing Class by Bobbie-the-Jean
Interest in anthropomorphism has become quite a movement. Specifically, animals with human characteristics. Anthro has its own category on DeviantART and a host of groups dedicated to it, including #AnthroCommunity, which boasts over 4,000 members.
SYNC: Fox and the Butterfly by TysonTan
Anthropomorphism is defined as anything displaying human characteristics that is not human. Like animals, plants, food, inanimate objects, weather, etc, etc. The first known example is a 32,000 year old German sculpture of a figure with a lion’s head. Anthro embodies many popular geek concepts, such as Furry, kawaii, and cartoon. I’ve found many different amazing examples and compiled them for your viewing pleasure.
Adventure Time! by Suihara
Animal Crossing Cat Crochet Pattern by Liebe9
I will admit it, I have not watched Adventure Time. I know, I know, how could this be? Well I plan on changing that, but in the meantime, here is something adorable for you Adventure Time fans to drool over.
Jose of Plushimi creates adorable little plush dolls, perfect for snuggling with or just staring at all day.
Jose also has a fully functional replica of Finn’s backpack, you should go visit his shop today!