Please Don't Bury These Real Animal Crossing Items

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Wanting to bring a little Animal Crossing into the real world, props builder Kiril Hearn from Flux Tide Designs has gone and made replicas of some of the game’s items/icons, like the furniture leaf and fossil.

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Illustration for article titled Please Dont Bury These Real iAnimal Crossing/i Items

They’re small enough to fit on your desk (6cm long, 7cm high), but what I really like about these is that they’re not painted. They’re cast from resin, and these are the actual colours they were dyed and cast in, so they’re going to look this good forever, wherever you end up putting them.

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Illustration for article titled Please Dont Bury These Real iAnimal Crossing/i Items

In addition to the leaf and fossil, there’s also a star wand and star fragment as well.

Illustration for article titled Please Dont Bury These Real iAnimal Crossing/i Items

They’re available on Flux Tide’s store, along with some very cool Mario Kart shells and Pokeballs.

Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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invincibleironpants
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I’ve seen so many of the Animal Crossing fossils on Etsy (some resin, some 3D printed) that I didn’t know who to purchase from. I would’ve liked to have bought from the first creator but there’s no way to know who that was and it is ultimately a copy of Nintendo’s design. Also, some of these are obvious fakes from Redd.