Space Invaders prints: Proving that video games are art since, well, at least a while ago.
Seeing as this is September Shop Showcase Day (yeah, I know it took me until nearly the end of the month to give this day a name--I got skills, Internets,) it's time again to check out the wares of one shop in particular. And today, that shop is called Doctor Moo.
And yes, there is a reason for that name (for the clickshy, think of a bovine pun on a certain long-running British sci-fi TV show, and all will make sense.) But the reason I'm giving them the limelight today is actually more like a mashup of last Friday's post with the Friday before that's post. Behold:
Yep--I'm talking about video game scarves. And to kickstart this post off, here's Toad and Toadette in scarf form. Because as Mario Bros. pairings go, Mario and Princess Peach are played out and Luigi and Princess Daisy apparently never took off.
First, you knit a circle. Then you dot the eyes. Add a great big smile and presto: it's a Kirby scarf!
...Hey, it was either that (admittedly tweaked) quote, or a Kirby Epic Yarn pun. I think you can see which one was the lesser of the two evils.
And leaving behind console games for a minute, here are two scarves that neatly cover both sides of that MMORPG monolith, World of Warcraft:
FOR THE ALLIANCE! And...
And just because I have an odd soft spot for it, here's a Portal scarf, complete with cake:
And just because I can, here's a children's choir performing "Still Alive":
Admit it--you wish your elementary school's choir director was nearly this cool.
And on that note, see you next week!