Is your home decor missing something? That Space Invaders feel, perhaps? Mine’s not (woodblock prints of Lu Xun lord over my desk, thankyouverymuch), but if I had a spare wall and a spare $US 45 and didn’t already have tons of stuff on my walls that would clash horribly on a number of levels, well – it’s a pretty clever (and removable!) use of empty wall space. blik Invader [via bits bytes pixels & sprites]
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