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Can you guess the game?
This print is for sale on my web shop.
Here’s a piece I created for Gallery 33’s upcoming video game boss/final level show, which opens February 14th! Go check it out if you’re in the area.
I’ve always been a huge metroid fan, and drawing samus is actually how I got into drawing in the first place. Composing ridley was super nerve racking, his body is so spindly and weird, but I’m happy with how it turned out!
Gameboy Color Patterns by Zeke Tucker
"In 2014, classic games face nearly the same problem that threatened classic films during cable TV’s rise to power. The proliferation of smartphones means that video games are now available to a previously untapped market, and studios haven’t been shy about drawing upon their archives to make a quick buck on the various app stores. Like a new generation of Ted Turners, publishers like Square-Enix and Sony, among others, have shown little respect for their industry’s past, viewing former technological constraints as fixable problems."
Hotline Miami Posters by Danny Rutledge
Freeman - Created by Mads Frantzen
You can follow the artist on Twitter.
The Professor with a Brain (Professor Layton)
From Guy Stanley Philoche’s recent exhibition The Games We Played