Cartoonist Zac Gorman created this ridiculously awesome Mega Man X illustration for the upcoming "Fangamer X Attract Mode” show during this year’s PAX, in Seattle . 24” x 36”, 4 color screen prints of the piece will also be available at the show.
After traveling for four years by the same tram to his art academy, Daniel Disselkøen was struck by the need to do something that would keep him and his fellow passengers entertained throughout the journey. Why would you then look out the window with
Baz, a freelance game artist and illustrator, imagines what the first ''Aliens'' movie would look like if it were an old-school NES Donkey Kong style video game. T-shirts are available at Nowhere Bad.
Medical records from the turn-of-the-century indicate that some scientists predicted with uncanny accuracy the effects that electronic games of the future would have on the human brain. Their belief was that “electronic spirits” would haunt the brain, causing confusion and eventually madness. An
Poor Mario! Never an easy day at work… A digital painting by DA user *Aaroneepap (aka Aaron Campbell), a student of the Vancouver-based Capilano University’s Illustration & Design Program.
Lesser known uses, an illustration by Aaron Thong. Prints are available.
For all those angry, rage inducing gaming moments! Inspired by the classic Santa Cruz skateboards "Screaming Hand” logo, Illustrator MEKAZOO has created this terrific t-shirt print. Available for $12 at Nowhere Bad.
An awesome set of retro-style posters created by Tiny Spaceman’s Rob Chamorro, to promote the Babes vs. Robots iPhone game. Hit the jump to view to see larger images. 6767
A terrific remix of a Life Magazine photograph by Ryan Snieder.
8 bit wooden pixel awesomeness! Created pixel by pixel using 9/16 inch inked wood blocks. Measures 9.5 inches x 8 inches. Hanging hardware on back--ready to go up on the wall! Wooden Pixel Art Mario, by DeviceZero. Available at Etsy for $38