NES controller turned into a wallet

On June 4, 2012, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

NES was the most popular console in the 80’s, and if you are a fan of NES or if you had a NES when you were a kid, today we have a special geeky treat for you.



Although NES has been replaced by newer and more powerful consoles it doesn’t mean that NES is dead, and today we have a geeky wallet that proves it. Melissa Sidwell is the designer behind this project, and she has managed to create wallets or purses from broken NES controllers. She removed the inner parts from NES controllers and she added a lining and a zipper, and although these wallets don’t look attractive as the latest wallets on the market, they can be rather appealing if you’re a NES fan or just a video game geek.

Melissa Sidwell did an amazing job by turning NES  controllers into wallets, but sadly there’s no information about pricing or availability.

[via Ubergizmo]

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