Sunday, October 11, 2009

tetris in our lives

We all need a little tetris in our lives. With Halloween right around the corner, I am reminded of how amazing a group costume of tetris pieces would be. But impracticality rules it out; how would we dance? How would we drink? I've got another full year to work out these logistics. I still have hope. Photograph above by Patrick Runte- check out his other game inspired works.

A great example of tetris functionality-based designs are shelves. Lauren recieved a birthday gift of tetris shelves similar to the ones below from her new fiancé (congrats)! For those lacking carpentry skills but with ample cash to spend, they are available through Brave Space Design.


And for those without cash or carpentry skills, I urge you to graffiti sketchy neighborhoods with nerdy game references and consider tetris shapes when breaking out windows.


3 comments:

RaeAlexis said...

Ha! I have been obsessed with a tetris group costume for several years now... let's make it happen.

Roxie said...

me too!! people are such skeptics. next year. I'm thinking plush of some sort...

Megan said...

Looks like I can't link separate posts, so look at Oct. 22nd...

http://www.dressaday.com/dressaday.html