Nintendo Messenger Bag
The folks over at craftster found this alarmingly fun Nintendo Messenger Bag in their forum . The bag is just another reminder that while most Nintendo fans have shifted their affections to the Wii – there are still plenty of Nintendo-loving folks who are willing to wear their console on their back.
Floppy Disks Bag
“Imanalchemist” made this interesting laptop bag from 42 floppy disks, using tools you can find at your local hardware store — 60.48MB total capacity.
Xposed – X-Ray Bags
Made from space-age woven plastic fiber, the X-Ray tote and shoulder bags from ThinkGeek show the world exactly what you “might” be carrying inside that travel bag of yours. Just keep in mind that we’ve never known airport security to have any sense of humor whatsoever, and we don’t recommend you be the first to try to instill one in them.
The iPod tote
Remember in the 80s and early 90s when people who thought they were cool (usually topless blokes with mullets) used to walk around with a ghetto blaster on their shoulder, polluting the air with the strains of the latest Vanilla Ice album? Well, let me introduce you to the naughties version. This is the iPod tote from Fred Flare, complete with built-in speakers that allow you to play your Arctic Monkeys album for all the world to hear.
Cassette Tape Tote Bag
A carry-all plastic tote bag that looks like a giant upside-down cassette tape, with bag handles that make it look like the tape’s unravelling (what a nightmare that used to be). The design’s even for a 60-minute tape – no fancy 90-minute varieties for this trip down mix-tape memory lane. .