Sexy Sax Dragon of the Day: Spotted at Boomland in Charleston, Missouri.
Now this is art. (Collect ‘em all!)
If any dragon was to have ocarinas as teeth, it’d be this guy.
Our upcoming Double-Sprouted straw fire ocarina.
From March 7th to March 31st, post your original ocarina-inspired visual art to our Facebook Wall and receive a 15% off code for your next purchase through April 30th. Mr. Songbird’s favorite piece will be awarded with the grand prize, Raku Dragon Tooth #725.
Original ocarina-inspired visual art can include drawings, paintings, collages, photography, sculptures, paper mache, mixed media, embroidery, fashion, graphic designs — it just has to be visual and put together by you! We are stoked to see what unique ocarina art pieces you all come up with. The grand prize winner will be announced in April’s newsletter.
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One of the most iconic franchises in the business, Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda, celebrates its 25th anniversary today. This is the day that the original Zelda went on sale in Japan, kickstarting a series that would sell 59 million units worldwide.
There have been seventeen games in total, with this year seeing the release of Ocarina of Time on the 3DS and Skyward Sword on the Wii.
It’s strange how a series can be so repetitive and yet feel so fresh. There’s a certain magic to Zelda that I don’t think any other series has managed to bottle quite so successfully. Each new Zelda game feels like reacquainting with an old friend, albeit one who’s done something with their hair that you can’t quite work out.
So, happy birthday, Zelda!.