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OTL GAMING HOLIDAY GUIDE 2012—NERD STUFF
Do you have those one or two people who are a pain to shop for because they have everything? Well look no further than our Nerd Stuff. It’s an assortment of some of raddest merch we’ve seen this year and there’s a good bet that the person you’re buying for hasn’t seen some of this stuff yet or if they have, they really want it.
Art of Jed Henry
For the gamer in your life that enjoys the sensationally rad, comes the art of Jed Henry. Jed’s popular Ukiyo-E Heroes series takes classic gaming characters and gives them an 18th and 19th century Japanese design. His pieces are available as giclée prints or handmade prints made from woodblocks using an ancient Japanese printmaking method. And if you want the gift that keeps giving all year long, his Chibi Heroes line of prints deliver two prints to your doorstep every month. Purchase them here.
Geek/Gamer Wallets from Sova Leatherworks
If you’re shopping for that person who has everything and you really want to make a lasting memory, look no further than a wallet from Sova Leatherworks. With leather as her canvas, Steph hand-tools intricate designs that will make the geek or gamer in your life swoon. Her wallets feature everything from The Legend of Zelda and Assassin’s Creed to Dr. Who, The Hobbit, and more. Give someone a gift that will last for years and years; give him or her a wallet from Sova Leatherworks. Wallets can be ordered on Etsy.
Tetris Clock from ThinkGeek
Do you know someone that dreams of Tetris blocks and will practice non-stop to ensure they maintain a high score among a group of friends? Then, grab the Tetris Animated Alarm Clock that tells time with falling Tetris blocks and even plays the classic Tetris theme song when the alarm sounds. This clock makes watching time tick by minute by minute entertaining with the gameplay animation. Available for $29.99 on ThinkGeek.
Video Game Christmas Cards
If getting gifts isn’t your thing, then the next best thing is sending a card. Not just any card though, video game-themed cards. Dean Walton’s holiday cards are designed with the gamer in mind. Each card features Dean’s signature minimalist design based on characters from Pokemon, Metroid, Super Mario Bros., and more. Cards come in packs of 10 and can be ordered on Gamer Print.