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If you angered the Nintendo gods, it’s likely they would send a ghost to haunt you. But what shape would that specter take? How about a floating gamepad?

Known only as “Brusspup,” this fanboy spent 15 hours taping construction paper to his walls in the shape of an enormous NES controller. He used several black lights to acquire the ghostly, almost neon-colored look of the illusion.

I’ve always wanted to decorate my apartment with video game paraphernalia. And while I’ve covered my walls in World of Warcraft and Halo posters, I’ve never quite come close to achieving a truly “game inspired” decor. It seems time-consuming, but I might try something similar in the coming weeks.

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