Alicia Kachmar blogs about her life and crafts on Create! She designed this cute little crocheted iPod cozy complete with bead dots for Pac-Man to eat.
Etsy seller nodemo (short for no demographic) hand-prints these Ghost Party t-shirts to order. They’re available in mens and ladies fits and lots of colors.
Are those giant googly eyes? Get ready to splurge on some Pac-Man love. For $150, you can get this limited edition, crocheted Pac-Man scarf from UrbanPrincess. You can also get a ghost hat in your choice of colors.
I think the artists, Doktor A., statement says it all:
“When this game was first released in 1880 it was so hugely popular in taverns and inns that the bank of England was forced to mint more threepenny bits to keep up with demand. The game was created by messrs Nam & Nam and Co. as a novelty pastime for the masses. Outdoing the previous top public house game of Shove Ha’penny. “
Etsy seller Lauren of lost mitten makes all sorts of video game-related crafts, including these Pac-Man coasters out of Perler beads. The best part of this particular coaster set? They glow in the dark! You can make sure everyone uses a coaster even while watching a movie in the dark.