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Show and Tell: Zelda week, day four


It's time to get away from the body in our special week-long presentation of Show and Tell, and get into something fun. Being a dedicated Zelda fan isn't just about clothes and tattoos -- it's about what you do with the rest of your existence. This means toys, electronics, and even art can hold up your love as a banner for the world to see, and that's what we're looking at in today's edition. Jaunt on past the break to see what what we mean.

Do you have some awesome Zelda gear? Anything from t-shirts to tattoos, to statues and standees, if it features Link, we want to help you show it off. Snap some pics and send 'em to showmeit [at] dsfanboy [dot] com. If we don't get to your stuff this week, we can always show you off in a later edition!

Exhibit A looks like a random, everyday kinda sprite, doesn't it? It's not, though -- this is a sculpture, lovingly created by reader Justin for his senior thesis. That's just ten different kinds of awesome as far as we're concerned.

Here, reader Oscar shows off not only his love for DS Fanboy, but the awesome Zelda theme on his phone. We're pretty sure that's not wood, like Justin's sculpture, but otherwise, those two Links look the same!

Wiiboy is undertaking an artistic rendition of Link as well, in this stippling project. According to him, building Link from a series of dots with a finepoint Sharpie takes a long time ... but so far as we can see, it's so worth the time and the effort.

Finally, reader Daniel found this metal car in his nephew's toy box, and the two deepened their bond when he explained to his young relative that yes, even adults can play video games, and love Zelda.

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