What better to go with your Mario and Luigi-themed filing cabinets than a handmade warp pipe pencil cup?
Not much we can think of.
This design used plastic needlepoint canvas, which I haven't seen since the horrific Kleenex box covers my grandma had in the bathroom.
I was gonna start this post with an "If I had filing cabinets like these, maybe I wouldn't let the piles on my desk get so high..." but I won't. Cause it's not true, and that's a dumb thing to say, anyway.
Last week, ManMade readers really dug on this Post-It Super Mario Brothers stop-motion animation that was created by Japanese students for a school festival. This week, we think you'll equally enjoy this live accompaniment to levels 1-1 and 1-2 in which a violinist recreates the soundtrack with sound effects as the game is being played.
The advent of digital cameras and animation software has put stop-motion in the hands of the masses, and we couldn't be more thankful. Folks will keep on making great stop-motion, and we'll keep watching them.
This Super Mario Brothers recreation was made for bunkasai, the Japanese cultural festival held at most schools to display the students' achievements. By the looks of this thing, this school has plenty to be proud of...