The 'Ghost in the Machine Series' by Erika Iris is Nerdy and Fun

By: Marina Rotharmel - Published: Oct 1, 2012 • References: geekologie & neatorama
Artist Erika Iris has made classic video game characters come to life in her 'Ghost in the Machine' series. These awesome pieces would make a great addition to any geek's home. Iris created each piece from retro Nintendo controllers and wires. The pieces are currently on display in Princeton, New Jersey at Triumph Brewery for her solo exhibition.

Iris has created several pieces and they all have a very nostalgic feel to them. Each piece is created using a NES controller and its cord. The different pieces include, PAC-MAN, Mario, A Mario Mushroom and Zelda.

Each piece is selling for $2,000; so if you're a wealthy nerd searching for a great piece of art that reflects that, you should definitely check the series out. Stats for Arcade-Inspired Installations Trending: Older & Mild
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