Jul 25 2008Eye Candy: Geeky Stained Glass Art Gallery


This is a beautiful stained glass gallery of geekdom. That's Vader there, modeled after a drawing by a 6-year old (seriously). After the jump you'll find all kinds of goodness like Link, Mega Man, Einstein, Pyramid Head from Silent Hill, the electromagnetic spectrum, Spider Man, and Master Chief. Hit the jump see them all -- but not hard or they might break. Sorry, a little glass humor there. Here's another one:

There's a stained glass window and a regular window in the same room.

Stained Glass Window: I can see through you.
Regular Window: Clearly.

HAHA HA HA HA AH AHA H AH! I just made that up. I swear, I should really do stand up -- but I love lying down! HIYO! I'm here till 5 folks, make sure to tip your bartender.

Carefully hit the jump for a bunch more, you want to see them. Also, hit the link for a little explanation of each piece.








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yay f1rst!!!

also; double post, man.

ok so second (and third now)

third, or fourth not sure, the link window looks like my wang.

I would so put that Chief one in instead of my windshield.

Pyramidhead = WIN

Pyramid head=ultimate win. Nothing like a beautiful, hand-crafted image of everyone's favorite rape demon!

Yep, teh Pyramid head kicks ass. That red streaking really makes it look nice. Let's put it in a church.

The Vader and the Link are questionable, loved the rest though.

this is quite possibly the greatest thing I have ever seen.

My personal favorite was the EM spectrum.

i'm making a legend of zelda one right now for my brother

it's nice . i saw these things on window mirror of iran

Good day!
It is very informative and has a very good quality in it.
I like it...

Thank you very much for your time.

This is great! Really. I'll make my own little contribution to the list soon

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