Philadelphia Artist Christine Domanic's work has been bouncing around the internet for a while now, but I never took the time too dig beyond her (admittedly kick-ass) soft sculptures of ataris and old-skool televisions playing Pitfall. She's got a flagship line of craft for sale on Etsy.com, under the name JackRabbit. You can improve your life with all sorts of crafty gear, including crocheted garden gnome beer bottle covers, venus flytrap shirts, and...um...this "wiener bench" created entirely from "upcycled" materials including an ikea table and some abandoned sweaters.
She has a great Flickr site as well, which shows more of her artwork, including an intriguing project consisting of mug cozies documenting the sex offenders that live in (presumably) her zip code. Usually, Etsy has some great work for sale, but is noticeably short on interesting work by artists. I think that Christine's work covers the entire craft-art spectrum, from fun and functional to museum-worthy. Supposedly, she is open to custom projects as well--according to a post on FLICKR, she will create a piece based on any Atari game you choose. I'm really starting to think about getting her to document Atari's Doomed E.T. game... Hmmm.
LINK thanks, Spencer!