Winnipeg-based artist and designer Rocky Bergen makes detailed papercraft of vintage computers, game systems, and electronics that you can print out, cut, and fold for yourself.
The most elaborate are his Commodore 64 models — complete with 1701 monitor, 1541 disk drive, VicModem, MPS 801 Printer. Upgrade it with some flashy cracktro screens and a couple bootleg floppies.
Not a Commodore fan? Rocky also recreated the Apple II, Amstrad CPC 464, GameCube, and Conion C-100F boombox.
With very slight alterations, these would make some pretty great Christmas ornaments. Print ’em out and get folding!
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