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Pac-Man Bookshelf: Get Schooled by a Ghost

by Paul Strauss

As a classic video game buff, I always thought about buying myself some Tetris bookshelves for my office. But now that I’ve seen this, I might go with a Pac-Man theme instead.


Yep, what you’re witnessing before your very eyes is a Pac-Man ghost bookshelf, perfect for holding onto books, but even better for video game boxes, in my humble opinion. The shelf is made by Barcelona artist LightYourselfUp, and it’s just the right addition for a retro gamer’s home or office.


The shelf measures about 30″(H) x 28″(W) x 4″ (D), and can be customized in other colors, and even which direction the ghost’s eyeballs are looking. Me, I’d love to have a set of four, one each of Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde hanging on my wall. They sell for €250 (~$342 USD) each though, so it’s not exactly an inexpensive proposition to build a larger-than-life Pac-Man game on my wall.

[via Geek Crafts via Walyou]

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