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I have a rule for my house: no more than a third of the artwork on my walls is allowed to be gaming-related. This rule fell apart pretty quickly when it became clear just how much beautiful video game artwork there is out there.

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Jed Henry's 'Ukiyoe Heroes' : The Collection

Squawks, expresso, winky, rambi, en guarde - donkey kong country

Squawks, expresso, winky, rambi, en guarde - donkey kong country

'STAR WARS Darth Vader' from "Ukiyo-e Character series 7" by Japanese artist and illustrator Takao Nakagawa. source: Behance. via DesignFaves

Ancient feudal style artwork proves modern pop characters have existed for centuries

"Ukiyoe Character series", a project of the Japanese illustrator Takao Nakagawa, who transports the famous characters of pop culture into medieval Japan, using

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Nintendo Characters as Traditional Japanese Woodblock Prints

Nintendo Characters as Traditional Japanese Woodblock Prints

This is a small (but growing) series of Nintendo game characters (games for Nintendo, not all made by Nintendo) as traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints by Geekologie reader Ezra's illustrator friend Jed Henry. This is Samus here, but there's.

Vintage Konami ad

Ad for a group of Konami's most popular titles for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Includes Castlevania, Goonies II, Track & Field and Double Dribble.

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Me?  Oh I was just out walking the snake...

burlesque dancer, zorita, walks her pet snake. I need to see if there's a picture of my Pinkerton detective aunt walking her pet prairie dog :)

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