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Stickers Make for a Simple Mooninites Mod

by Alisha K.
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If you’re looking for a simple (and removable) way to customize a gaming system, vinyl stickers and clings can be a good place to start. The (likely) lack of permanent damage offers a safety net to the clumsy and un-artistic, and it doesn’t take much effort to produce something that looks slick and personalized, like this Nintendo DSi redone as a monument to the Mooninites of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, who do whatever they want, whenever they want, all the time.

nintendo dsi mooninites stickers

I think my favorite part of this is that the DSi camera just seems like a part of the picture. Kind of balances out the round speakers on the boombox. Or maybe I’m just so in love with this sticker-fied handheld that I’m seeing awesomeness that isn’t even there.

But the stripes along the top certainly look good–and that would be difficult to pull off with paint.

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