3D Samus Made From Video Game Cartridges

What do game stores do with the Madden, Shaq Fu, and NFL Quarterback Club cartridges nobody wants anymore? Make video game art.

With 179 worthless or broken NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, Gameboy, and Gameboy Advance cartridges JJGames made a 5.5 Ft x 4 Ft Samus 3D collage (she's the main character from Metroid) .

The cartridges are colored and glued together on a black piece of black plywood. The cartridge Samus is almost exactly five feet tall.

The artwork was created by Blaze Bratcher, a local artist from Denver Colorado. You should definitely check out her work.

Anyone who lives in Denver, CO should stop by the shop to see the piece and checkout the warehouse.

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Chris said...

That is simply amazing.

Our game shop has quite a bit of accumulated leftover junk games, so I think we're going to have to borrow this idea because it's simply fantastic.

Here's to a recreated Mega Man out of cartridges!

Anonymous said...

Did you think we wouldn't notice the Sega Genesis cartridges? BLASPHEMY! But seriously though, awesome work. It made my morning!

JJ Hendricks said...

Glad you guys like it so much.

It is fun to walk into the shop every morning and have Samus great us. Anyone who lives in Denver should stop by to see it.


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