Mario Bros. Garden

Had enough of planting fake crops in Farmville, but not quite ready to go totally Martha Stewart in your garden? Designer “Sexin” has created “THE RIPE RADISH” for you. This solar lawn lamp serves many a purpose. First, it’s a solar powered lawn lamp that is white during the day as it collects solar power-ups, then at night it  glows red to light your way, cute! Second, it’s a house for your soon to be born radish buddies, still cute! And lastly, it’s a neat way to play the new Super 3D Mario Garden! (No Batteries Required. Yoshi and Daisy not included).

Designer: Arthur Xin

The Ripe Radish Solar Energy Lamp by Arthur Xin

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29 Comments

  • MG says:

    How this is connected with Mario? I do not see any similarities.

  • baxter says:

    In Super Mario Bros 2 you pull vegetables out of the ground:
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/bb/Smb2_comparison.png

  • mif991 says:

    Do I like this system? Yes. Would I buy it? Depends on price. It is different.

  • Zack says:

    Interesting design, the radish will grow very fast, I guess

  • eno says:

    me like.
    i love the idea but it wont fit in to too many normal gardens in that colour…
    i think that if you make a ligth selection method like a remote to chooose you colour, then you could sell a lot more.
    but great idea

  • GI says:

    Good stuff, a twist on current solar powered ground effects lights sold all over Lowes and Home Depot. What’s new and different here is it’s a plant pot, so I totally appreciate that innovation. Here’s one last bit of what I need to say – note to the newsletter reviewer of these designs, could you be a bit less ridiculous in your reviews? How about try to really describe what are we looking at, and highlight features and benefits of the design?? Whoever you are, you make me skip the description real fast, and go right to the designers’ presentation boards to figure it out.

    • A.S. says:

      How about you start your own site and do it your way? Maybe you can find more readers that way.

      P.s. I like his “ridiculous” way.

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  • Greetings from Carolina! I’m bored to death at work so I decided to check out your site on my iphone during lunch break. I really like the information you provide here and can’t wait to take a look when I get home. I’m surprised at how quick your blog loaded on my phone .. I’m not even using WIFI, just 3G .. Anyhow, excellent blog!

  • Interesting Concept. Lovely work with gardens and lamp…

  • Yarrabee says:

    Good Work and lovely Design for Lamp….

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    Great website, stick with it!

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