BBB CHR BOX consists of five panels displaying corrupt graphics data from the unlicensed Nintendo game Bubble Bath Babes and a sixth which acts as the base. In this game there are two memory chips, one which holds the program logic (PRG) and the other which holds the graphics (CHR). The memory contained on the CHR ROM was dumped and a portion was selected as the source material for this object. The images were downsampled to 1-bit color resolution and prepared as templates to be laser-cut into sheets of architectural board. Originally when this game was played on a television, these images were cut into the phosphor of the screen with an electron gun. Here they are made tangible through a similar process - a laser cutting them into a physical material. One light box is transformed into another. The choice of material and presentation references the culture of cheap, mass-produced, flat-pack designer objects - some assembly required.