Chromed Out N64 Controller by Zoki64
‘Finger Print Magnet64' is what Deviant Art user Zoki64 calls this smudgable masterpiece, and for obvious reasons. Your dirty smearing hands will definitely make a mark on this N64 controller! Peep more of his amazing custom controllers and consoles at his Deviant Art account.
Custom Steampunk Link Action Figure
From the artist:
I wanted to make a futuristic Link, but still keep some of the classic things that we all know about him. I also wanted to have a fun way for him to carry all of his inventory. Can you count how many items are on there? I count 55, but I may be one or two off. For “Epona”, I used a Wreck it Ralph Hero’s Duty figure. The Link is a figure that I got off of eBay, and the accessories were parts from my parts bin and some things I ordered. This wasn’t a long build, but it was parts intensive, so ended up being a bit more expensive than I wanted. This figures stands about 6 inches tall.
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Custom Akai MPC from Distinct Life x USUAL
I’d take a Boss Dr. Rhythm over an Akai MPC any day, but this custom is pretty nice. Almost every piece of the beat composer is painted in a camo color scheme. Even the rubberized drum pads are colored.
Source: Hype Beast
Custom Boba Fett Kitchenaid Mixer
DeviantART member tommyfilth refurbished an old mixer and gave it a brand new paint job inspired by the coolest (and deadest) Bounty Hunter in the galaxy. My girl has two Kitchenaids. You think she’ll mind if I turn one of them into Boba Fett?
A Little Bit on the MAD Side: The 4-foot Dunny: an elusive beast. Few have had the courage to paint the behemoth bunny, but you can watch MAD paint one at Foxwoods Casino this Friday and Saturday if you live anywhere near Connecticut. MAD will also be signing and taking pictures. Bring some cash though because he can only sign stuff you buy at his merch table.
Custom Sonic Adventure Sega Dreamcast
Another one from OSKUNK.
Sega should just start releasing limited edition Dreamcast consoles that look as fresh as this. Then they could use the money to start making better games and get back into the console wars.
Check Yourself is a new column from Albotas. Our goal is to highlight awesome stuff that we simply haven’t been able to get to, from current games and TV shows to emerging trends. So without further adieu, here’s four places to design your own sneakers.
What Is It: Some sneaker manufacturers have caught onto the customizing scene and have decided to capitalize on it. Most of these sites let you choose specific colors, patterns, or sometimes even material and text to customize your sneakers with.
Why You Should Check It: If you’re like me, you love customized sneakers but don’t have the resources [read: talent] to make your own. These sites let you unleash your creativity via Flash-based interfaces. You can get surprisingly detailed, customizing right down to the color of the stitching.
Hit the jump for the countdown and photos!
Select Milk Munny show Munnys now available on the Red Hot Robot online store.
Ranging from $75-$750, anybody not in AZ can now get themselves one of the many Munnys from Milk Munny, including Kevin Gosselin’s “Stone Golem” Mega Munny.
My personal favorite is Stuart Witter’s “Minnie Milk”, which was a bit of a surprise for me, as it’s not usually the style I’m attracted to in a toy, but everything on it is just so well done, and it looks FANTASTIC in person.
Just a reminder! 100% of the money from these goes to the charity Keep A Breast!
Iron Man 360 Shows Stark Attention To Detail (hurrr).
Best console mod ever right here? As Gizmodo details, a 19 year old sculpture student modified an Xbox 360 to match Iron Man’s hot rod red & gold suit and stuffed a glowing blue Arc Reactor in there to boot. To top it all off the lights surrounding the Arc Reactor match the rings on the front of the console. And check out the Stark Industries logo on the top of the hard drive. That’s craftmanship right there.
If you have $1000 kicking about it’s going on eBay right now.
Custom collectors rejoice! A massive collaboration between members of the Custom Toy Union forum such as F+, Lunabee, and Nerviswr3k is now for sale from both their bigcartel store and at the Dragatomi booth at SDCC. Each blind box costs $50, which is a smoking deal, and comes with a randomly inserted Dunny from one of the artists and an art card. Plus, there’s a special golden ticket inserted into one of the blind boxes, and with this golden ticket you get a special Dunny from artist Southerndrawl
Here’s a shot of all the Dunnys lined up. Quite the awesome assortment.