Majora's Mask Messenger Bag

Posted on June 24, 2012 - 3:40pm by Roocrow

TLDR;

I don't normally post blog posts, but I found this to be seriously interesting and I wanted to share it with you guys. An artist by the name of Haley Moore took over 200 pieces of laster cut felt and made an amazing messenger bag for an auction. The detail is just breathtaking and it is an amazing piece that deserves plenty of recognition.

Her links:

Deviantart, Etsy, Personal Site

Note: This was done last year, but this is the first time I have seen it.

 

This was the image that caught my eye while I was browsing the internet. Its brilliant colors sparked the memories of a very familiar Nintendo 64 game that I still love to play in my spare time. 

Haley Moore, a talented artist who had gotten her hands on a laser cutting machine, designed and crafted this fantastic messenger bag that went up at an auction and sold for $2,800, Now I would easily pay a few hundred for the bag, but $1,000 is a little out of my price range. It was for chairty after all and whoever was the lucky bidder got a fantastastic piece.

The detail is just stunning on this particular piece. She had to vector out the mask and get each piece cut and then glued in  just the right place. I almost think that this would make a good plush to put on your bed.

The more I look at this bag, the more I wish it was for sale. Visit her sites and check out some more of her amazing pieces. I wonder how hard it would be to get a hold of a laser cutter....

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