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Sewtendo brings the hand sewn Nintendo nostalgia

Darren Murph
June 27, 2007
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No idea if Blythe relied on the Brother Innovis sewing machine in order to construct his latest pieces, but the nostalgic arrangement of hand sewn Nintendo merchandise sure brings back a myriad of fond memories regardless. Currently residing at Argyle Fine Art, these works consist of a sewn television, NES console, controller, Zapper, and interchangeable screens with Super Mario Bros. 3 and Duck Hunt (the unreleased immobile versions, apparently) as your game options. Click on through for more detailed snapshots.





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