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Atari Print Titled "Mothership" by Bughouse Art and Design

Atari Wall Art: Love It or Leave It?

What's the point of just going to Ikea and picking any old wall hanging for your wall, or putting up a generic art print? If you're going to hang art in your home, make it reflect you in some way, and if you're geeky, you can still do it and have a chic home.

Pieces like this Atari hanging, called "Mothership" by Bughouse Art and Design can say geeky without being dorky.

It's decidedly for the vintage geek fan, and has its own look — but is it your look?

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robinashley robinashley 8 years
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GirlOverboard GirlOverboard 8 years
News flash: Not all gamers are dudes. If this vintage wooden piece isn't your style, well, to each his and her own. I can definitely understand those that don't like this wall hanging and respect those that choose to say so (hey, we all leave negative comments about products - that's the beauty of a poll), but don't try to write it off as "dude style" because it has a game console on it. I still have my Atari 7800 and plan on restoring it (just a little cable work) once I've settled into my new place and find myself needing a new project. I like the vintage look of this hanging, and while I know that it wouldn't fit in with my current style, when we have a house with a gaming den (and we will some day!) it would fit right in... though not for $1800! I might try to get the boy to teach me a little about woodworking so I can make one of my own.
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 8 years
leave it.... yeah but guess it could be ok in a guys place.
a1stbornunicorn a1stbornunicorn 8 years
whoops, it'd*
a1stbornunicorn a1stbornunicorn 8 years
it's be cool in a dude's apt.
itsme3683 itsme3683 8 years
I think it's adorable, but I'm a big video games nerd. It would actually fit in pretty well with my decor, but I don't have a good wall spot for it.
FrogsOblivious FrogsOblivious 8 years
I like stuff made out of wood, I've never had atari so I wouldn't buy it..
amloveaffair amloveaffair 8 years
Leave it. I'm not into wooden stuff like that.
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