Yes, it does product some amazing gaming consoles like the recently-reissued NES and SNES, as well as the Gameboy. But unexpectedly, Nintendo has also inspired some nifty home design pieces too. Read more
The biggest problem we can see with the Savon Lego-style soap set by Donkey is that you'll be scared of actually using it.
Izola do a great line in vintage-inspired goods for the bathroom. Who could help but be happy with their Looking Sharp soap?
I assume trademark issues means that the company cannot affiliate its 'Soap Bricks' cannot be called what we think they should be called. But everyone will refer to these as handmade Lego soap bricks by Brambleberries.
Okay, so the Sega Mega Drive is no longer at the forefront of gaming but it still holds a fond place in the heart of those who wasted many hours away on it playing Sonic and the like. Relive those glory days with this Sega controller soap.
Yes, someone has taken the time to replicate the Sega controller in soap, from its distinctive shape to the 'a, b, c' circular buttons. It even comes in black. It's the perfect novelty gift for those who've never quite left the days of the Mega Drive behind.
The soap costs AUS $25.
Buy it from Third Drawer Down