Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Nintendo DS Lite – Barack Obama Style

It seems Nintendo DS Lite is getting many refreshing designs lately, some of them are official, some are not. This time it is a street artist, named Shepard Fairey, who decided to bring his favorite presidential candidate onto his DS Lite surface, by sticking Barack Obama’s artwork portrait on the case, showing off his future vote. To customize his Nintendo DS, Fairey used a 4×6 sticker, ordered from Sticker Robot, and For some reason, this new design looks original and genuine to fit in Obama’s campaign – Yes We Can.


[via pocketgamer]

Written By

Internet freak and technology geek; Aspiring screenwriter, devoted tech blogger & Technologer chief editor . Early adopter with a keen interest in gadgets, technology, internet and mobile.


You May Also Like


What are Device Drivers? Device Drivers are programs that help your PC to communicate with various hardware components connected to it. Along with your...


The beauty of the blog is its ability to connect a business with its audience. That could be its customers, its stakeholders, its clients...


Leads, leads, leads, they are wanted by everybody, and once you have some, you want more. When you do get longer, you want far...


With something as expansive as supply chain management and as important as controlling the flow of goods in a world where manufacturing, release, and...


A company that is known through its flagship product has a huge responsibility to manage the production and sale of this product efficiently. Companies...


Download managers are a great way to manage content transfers from the Internet. Very useful, always, in the current era of increased traffic by...

smart home

Most people have a lot to do in their daily lives: a 9-5 job, caring for kids, making dinner, cleaning the house, finding time...


Today, the world’s most rising form of marketing is influencer marketing. About 40% of companies have started allotting a huge budget for influencer marketing...