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These tetris cushions / pixel pillows are fantastic for adding some retro gaming edge to your home décor!

* Made with a beautiful raw textured cotton, in seven different colours and stuffed with polyester filling.
* The cushion sizes range up to 60cm (23.5") long (the light blue tetris block), and each block is 15cm (6") thick.
* Tetris cushions are great for a retro gamer's lounge, chair, bench, kid’s bedroom or your favorite gaming place.
* These tetris pillows are made for decorative purposes.
* All tetris cushions are handcrafted in a smoke/pet free environment.

Care instructions: Spot-wash only. Do not dry clean.

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Tetris Facts (from Wikipedia) ^_^

Tetris was invented by Russian Alexey Pajitnov, and is a mashup of "tetra", a Russian numerical term, and "tennis", the dude's favorite sport.

Tetris Music A is a permutation of a Russian folk song called "Korobeiniki", and has been covered by at least 5 American and European bands, as well as arranged for the pipe organ.

Playing Tetris only 30 minutes a day for 3 months has been shown to boost brain functions, such as critical thinking, reasoning, language, and processing.

The Russian State retained the rights to--and virtually all profits from--Tetris from the game's debut in 1984 until 1996. At that point, the rights finally reverted to Pajitnov, he founded The Tetris Company, and got to work becoming a well-deserved millionaire.

Tetris Cushions / Tetris Pillows / ;)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 100 percent cotton, polyester filling
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
  • Favorited by: 707 people