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Classic Consoles for Really Tiny Gamers

by Paul Strauss

Check out these tiny little clay versions of video game consoles and their controllers. They’re so small that they’ll literally fit in the palm of your hand.

Tiny Clay Game Consoles

These tiny consoles may look like the work of Dr. Shrinker (or maybe Dr. Reducto), but the teeny weeny Xbox, Xbox 360, NES (and matching controller earrings) are actually the product of polymer clay artist Lauren of TheClayCollection. They may be just a hair larger than a penny, but each manages to capture the distinct styling and colors of these classic consoles.

Don’t see your favorite console here? That’s okay, because Lauren can custom make mini consoles, controllers and even mini-games based on your special requests. Me? I’d like to see her crank out a tiny Vectrex, or maybe a Fairchild Channel F.

You can find Lauren’s current clay collection over on Etsy.

[via ALBOTAS]




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  1. These little gems would look great sat on your car dashboard if they made them into air fresheners :op

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