When our handhelds die, we tend to either put them up in the attic (our own little "console heaven"), or throw them across the room in a fit of rage, depending on the circumstances. Never are we as productive as Josh Burker
, though, who made an awesome housed diorama with his dead Game Boy.
There's no big mystery to this beauty; it's simply a work of papercraft
encased by a Game Boy shell (which Josh gutted himself). We know the papercraft is in color, so it's not an accurate artistic portrayal of the DS's portable ancestor, but the creativity and craft work put into this project are astonishing.
Hmm, maybe our broken Game Boy is still in the attic somewhere ...