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Let the darkest gaming legends unfold…

Based on the creepiest Gaming Urban Legends, this series of book cover style art prints explores the history of gaming at its most chilling!

Ben Drowned - A young man buys a mysterious N64 cart at a yard sale and documents the strange experiences he has whilst playing it. Is it just a glitch, or are there ghostly forces at work?

Lavender Town Syndrome - The early nineties saw the release of one of the most successful Gameboy games of all time - but did one of that game’s songs have dark consequences for those that listened to it?

Polybius - Portland, Oregon. 1981. An odd arcade cabinet begins to  appear overnight in regional arcades - This is ‘Polybius’, a highly addicting space shooter that has strange, inexplicable effects on the gamers that play it. Even more curiously, it seems that each evening, data from the cabinets is collected by men in black suits. Soon after, it disappears from arcades forever.

Evil Otto - Has a game ever been responsible for actually killing a player? The evidence is unclear, but in the case of Evil Otto - it just might be the case…

Available for a limited time on GAMETEE Here

Dark Gaming Urban Legends (Gametee Halloween 2014) - By AJ Hateley


Vojtěch Hynais (1854 - 1925) was a Czech painter, designer and graphics artist. He designed the curtain of the Prague National Theatre, decorated a number of buildings in Prague and Vienna, and was a founding member of the Vienna Secession. He was made an Officer of the Légion d’honneur in 1924.




Due to popular demand, two new galaxy bats are up in my store. One is made of anti-pill fleece and the other of minky. The galaxy fabric is a printed cotton sateen.

You can find them in my Etsy store.

Yes, hello? I’m going to need like 20.






what if the reason nobody can tell fred and george apart is because they really are interchangeable

not in a ~it doesn’t matter~ way but like. molly and arthur used to worry that fred and george might turn out to be squibs because they…

Do the thing: Some days are awesome


Do the thing: Some days are awesome

Do the thingSome days, for no good reason, absolutely suck. But some days, also for no good reason, are absolutely awesome.

Today is one of the latter. Maybe it’s the crisp fall weather (well, as crisp as it ever gets in D.C.) Maybe it’s…