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It seems to me that all books should have a cover like this. It really makes you feel like you’re going on an adventure.

This leather Zelda Triforce book/journal cover is hand tooled and painted by artist Ian Finch-Field of SkinzNHydez. I think it’s beautifully crafted and I’d figure would only get better with age.

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Art by Ástor Alexander.

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The latest weapon to be made real by the talented folks at Man at Arms: Reforged is the Double Helix Sword that Link wields in The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. It looks amazing and incredibly lethal as it slices through fruit and pretty much anything that’s put in its path.

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Link and Zelda from the Legend of Zelda series are already animated in the games, but they don’t look like this. Illustrator Cassio Yoshiyaki’s style is similar to what you’d see in a DreamWorks animated film. Her renderings of the characters are beautiful, and these versions of Link and Zelda would look right at home riding dragons next to Hiccup.

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Nintendo has announced some interesting news about Link’s upcoming appearance in Mario Kart 8. As you can see from the above pic, Link is getting a motorcycle (dubbed the “Master Cycle”).

Nintendo also mentioned that there might be some Zelda-themed racetracks in the game too.

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Karl Jobst really shows off his gaming chops by beating three classic Nintendo 64 games simultaneously in just 51 minutes. The games are Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and Goldeneye 007, all of which Jobst loves and has spent countless hours playing just for fun. This time, it was all about speed, and even Jobst seems pretty amazed at the end.

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This incredible Legend of Zelda lamp was built by Baron von Brunk. He included Kokiri’s Emerald, Zora’s Sapphire, and Goron’s Ruby using Lego hinge bricks to attach the sides to each other. You’ll see the Triforce symbol on top is smooth in the center because he used the very tricky SNOT (Studs Not On Top) method. He created all of these images himself, using the game as reference to get them all right.

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The Game of Thrones intro is a work of art. But what would it look like if the story was set in Hyrule? The Pixel Kingdom came up with a video that puts a fun, Zelda spin on the GoT intro.

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You’re going to wish this version of Legend of Zelda was one you could actually play, but sadly it’s just some beautiful eye candy. It was created by animator Michael Eurek to show how good the game could look if it was made in 2014 in HD. The project took him 6 months using Maya, Z-brush and Photoshop and the end result is simple stunning.

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Here’s something that’ll make you feel old if you owned one of the first Game Boys. Nintendo’s hand held gaming system just celebrated it’s 25th birthday.

Yep. Crazy, right?

In celebration of the milestone, Vadu Amka took inspiration from the Game Boy’s affectionate “brick” moniker and transformed an old model into a brick wall from the Zelda series complete with a Triforce and a Hylian crest.

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