Who didn’t have their own Etch-A-Sketch as a kid. Then we grew up and bought iPhones. Now they’re together, in a winning combination. The Etch-A-Sketch case is made of ABS plastic and designed just like the original. A fun gift idea, indeed.
Come on nerd, fill your life up with more ridiculously nerdy crap like this Etch A Sketch case for your iPad. You may not get any ladies with it, but at least you’ve scratched another primal itch.
This neat website in the vein of jacksonpollock.org gives you a blank page, the ability to create intricate sketches with the click of a mouse and subsequent hours of amusement. Modern day etch-a-sketch? Yes please.
Wow, wow, wow. George Vlosich III has been creating extraordinary Etch A Sketch artworks since 1989, when he was just ten years of age. Each sketch is an original work of art and takes him up to 80 hours to create. The artwork is then preserved for eternity, or until they work out how to bring Cryonics bodies back to life. Whichever comes first.