Japanese-Inspired Nintendo Switch Is A Work Of Art

Japanese-Inspired Nintendo Switch Is A Work Of Art
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When Canadian artist Carmina Castillo isn’t making cool stuff like this, she’s turning a Nintendo Switch into something so exquisite I would never play it, simply putting it on a shelf and looking at it for the rest of my days.

It’s made by applying some wood-style Joy-Con covers and a piece of very fancy Chiyogami paper, before adding a layer of gloss varnish.

To check out more of her art, which is great, take a look at her Instagram!

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