Samus Aran relief built with old, worthless cartridges

At a used game store, it’s unavoidable that there will be cartridges that will never sell at any price. Old Madden games, NHL 95, that sort of thing. They just inevitably crop up in the inventory and then you’re stuck with them because nobody is ever going to give you money in exchange for them.

One game shop in Denver decided to do something with their broken and valueless cartridges. They are now the proud owners of this Samus Aran art piece constructed out of the carts. The piece measures 5.5′ x 4′ and was created by local artist Blaze Bratcher.

Pretty cool. You can check out some other shots and angles of the piece at the JJGames website.

3D Samus Made From Video Game Cartridges [JJGames]

At a used game store, it’s unavoidable that there will be cartridges that will never sell at any price. Old Madden games, NHL 95, that sort of thing. They just inevitably crop up in the inventory and then you’re stuck with them because nobody is ever going to give you money in exchange for them.

One game shop in Denver decided to do something with their broken and valueless cartridges. They are now the proud owners of this Samus Aran art piece constructed out of the carts. The piece measures 5.5′ x 4′ and was created by local artist Blaze Bratcher.

Pretty cool. You can check out some other shots and angles of the piece at the JJGames website.

3D Samus Made From Video Game Cartridges [JJGames]

Conrad Zimmerman